With heavy hearts, we announce the sudden passing of Jim, at his home, on September 21st, 2017 in his 59th year. Jim is survived by his adoring sister Donna and her husband Bob, as well as his two cherished nephews, Willie and Connor. Predeceased by his loving father, Donald (1998), and his beloved mother Josephine (2003). He will be missed by many close friends and family who loved him dearly. Jim’s greatest joy in life was time that he spent with his beloved dogs enjoying the great outdoors. Friends and family will be received at Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street Dundas, from 6:00 to 9:00pm on Monday, September 25, 2017. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday September 26, 2017 at 11:00am at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, 526 Carluke Rd. W. Carluke, ON. Interment to follow at White Chapel Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be greatly appreciated.

“When I get where I’m going, on the far side of the sky,
the first thing that I’m gonna do, is spread my wings and fly”

8 Messages to Courtney, James Donald

  • Cheryl Campbell

    I am so grateful to have known you Jim. Thank you for your kindness and beautiful smiles. You are greatly missed.
    Your friend and neighbor Cheryl Campbell

  • Deborah Bellamy

    Donna, so sorry to hear about your brother. You both are in my prayers.

  • Elaine Harris

    Donna, so sorry for the loss of dear brother Jim.please know I am thinking of you and the boys at this difficult time.

  • Merv &Maryanne Jessop

    Rest in peace James. You’ll be remembered for your wonderful smile. your flower gardens and your dedication your church and community. Village of Glancaster neighbors Merv * Maryanne Jessop.

  • Ray Ljubojevich

    My dear friend James. You were a joy to be around. Smiles and laughs were always a part of our time because of your wit and humor. You also made me think of greater things in life by your wisdom and thoughts. Six years flew by too fast my friend. I wish it had been longer.
    I will miss you greatly. Your friend Ray

  • Sandi Charters

    Jim was a funny, caring man, who’s positive outlook on life in the face of his many challenges was an inspiration. He was quick witted and could always be counted on for a source of laughter. He was a nephew, and friend to my Dad, his Uncle Paul, who will miss his phone conversations and dinners at the Keg. He was irreplacable. He was Jim. He will be missed.

  • Dale Laughren

    Donna, so sorry to hear about Jim. You were right – he was holding on until after your wedding. That shows his love for you.

  • Shirley Comley

    My dear Jim. What a loyal friend I have lost. Our conversations were deep, funny, therapeutic for me and deeply faithful. You taught me about living a brave positive life no matter our circumstances. Some of our longest phone conversations occurred when I was in a parking lot waiting for a grandchild to appear. You would always begin by saying what parking lot are you in for this call. Many beef supper people will miss seeing you take their tickets in the church. I know you are mixing with wonderful Carluke people there with you now. Enjoy and will see you again sometime. Love Shirley

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