On March 15, 1972 we welcomed the birth of our precious son Jamie. From the time he was just a small boy, Jamie's twinkling sky-blue eyes and contagious smile warmed the hearts of all who came in contact with him. He was truly a gift from God and a treasure to those who knew him.

As Jamie grew, so did his inquisitiveness - his bright mind matured into an above-average intelligence however, it was his sense of compassion that made him the truly special man he became. Always caring and considerate, he never met a stranger - and never met a stranger he wouldn't help in whatever way he could. Jamie didn't see dividing lines between rich or poor, weak or strong, young or old. He touched countless lives and will forever be remembered and missed by so very many.



Jamie's passion in life was his family, especially his little "bro" Chase and he loved his Mom and brother with every fiber of his soul.  His love for motorcycles was indescribable.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting, listening to his music, his tattoos and last, but not least, the ladies. Jamie also treasured the memories of being blessed to have traveled with his Granny Flynt to Africa, Washington, D.C. and Niagara Falls.  She always had a special place in his heart along with his Pa.

Jamie was a down-to-earth, generous, kind-hearted and unselfish individual. He loved life and lived it to the fullest.

Jamie brought depth to our lives, and taught us so much; the true meaning of being a "free spirit", how to laugh, how to cry, how to roll with it, how to be patient, and most of all,
"how to love unconditionally".

God blessed our lives and the world when he made Jamie.  We will forever love and cherish the memories he left behind and he will always remain in our hearts and lives.

God took Jamie from his family and friends on February 5, 2007, and their lives will never be the same.

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