Love and memories last forever...
  • 38 years old
  • Born on March 9, 1977 .
  • Passed away on May 12, 2015 .

Jaimie Ann Tash, "Turtle Girl", 38, passed suddenly on May 12, 2015.

Jaimie was born in Camden and raised in Mt. Laurel, NJ. She graduated from Lenape Regional High School in 1995. She was currently residing and working in Hawaii.

Jaimie was a kind, generous and caring person, always willing to lend a hand. She loved animals, enjoyed time spent with family and friends, and cared deeply for children. She will be missed dearly by those who love her. 

Family and friends are invited to her Memorial Service on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at FERTIG FUNERAL HOME, 63 N. Main St., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062, where a time of gathering will begin at 2:00 pm and services commencing at 3:30 pm. Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.

Following Jaimie's wishes, her family generously gifted her organs to the Gift of Life Donor Program. Her heart gave life to a man in his 20's, her liver gave life to a woman in her 60's.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Jaimie's memory to the Gift of Life Donor Program at: or mailed to 401 N. 3rd. St., Philadelphia, PA 19123 or to .


Posted by Zack Parkar on 24th May 2015
Jaimie, I was in 8th grade when Shannon Atkinson took me to your house and introduced us for the first time. We have been friends for 24 years. My wife and I saw you just days before you passed. You were at our wedding, Parties, etc. You have stayed a close friend for over 2 decades. during that time I never once had an argument with you, had to help you out of trouble, loan you money... nothing. You were simply a great friend. When you wrote from Hawaii, I forgot to respond. When you emailed me book ideas, I didn't write back... I was not always the best friend to keep. But we stayed close right up until the day you left us. In every chapter of my life since 1991, you were there. I will miss making memories with you. We love you and will miss you so very much. -See you soon with a Captain and Coke. Zack and Lynn Parkar.
Posted by Anuhea Alapai on 22nd May 2015
There was a reason that Jaimie came all the way from Jersey to our little town and state, Kailua Kona, Hawaii. I am so happy to have met you, work with you and laugh with you. Your Jersey accent, quirky ways and bright smile will be missed. Even though you were with us for such a short time, the spirit of Aloha was in you and will be forever in my heart. A hui hou "Turtle Girl!"
Posted by Johanna Pascuzzo on 20th May 2015
Jaimie, I still have a hard time believing it's true. I wish I got to see you one last time. To thank you for being an awesome co-worker and friend. We shared a lot of laughs over the years. I remember stopping by your desk before you left and having a nice long talk. Reflecting back on memories. You will truly be missed! My thoughts are with your friends and family.
Posted by Tina Marie on 20th May 2015
God this hurts so bad having to write on this wall... Jaimie what an amazing person you are.. The biggest smile the laugh that was contagious.. A heart as big as the ocean.. I've known Jaimie since elemantry school.. The great times growing up with her as a great friend (even tho she swore I told her there's no such thing as Santa Claus) lol.. Jaimie your so missed by many!! Hearts are still breaking with losing you.. You are free now.. Free to swim with the turtles to watch over us .. Free to remind us to live life to the fullest.. I love you Jaimie.. Until we meet again..
Posted by Paige Boudle on 20th May 2015
I will never forget you Jamie you and i were best friends and u will be missed always in my heart.... You had such a HUGE heart and loved all that was in your life!!! Miss you and u are safe know and happy!!! Love you always!!!
Posted by Zhakiya Ali on 20th May 2015
I will never ever forget you Jamie......your heart was golden and your soul was beautiful. Fly free precious angel....until we meet you.. Thoughts and Prayers to family and friends
Posted by Stacy Lynn on 20th May 2015
I meet Jaimie while we worked together at Paychex. I only knew Jaimie for a short time but she impacted me deeply. She was caring and probably the nicest person I've ever met. You will be missed Jaimie. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends.

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