ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, James Johnston, 48 years old, born on September 21, 1972, and passed away on January 16, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Niloy Mukherjee on March 2, 2021
James hired me into Dell 17 long years ago, and over time I worked for him multiple times and we became friends. He was an outstanding boss, mentor and coach; sharp as a knife - he knew exactly where something would explode just before it happened. I could go on and on........

More than that he became a friend - my memory of James will always be of good times, of having fun together. Rest in peace man......and hope wherever you are.....you are having a cold one!!
Posted by Xin hui Leong on February 24, 2021
I've heard so much about James before even meeting him. Just from listening to the stories, he was such an interesting and witty character. Even though we've only met for a brief moment, the stories remain. James has brought so much light into Fen's life that it's infectious to those around. He will always be remembered and missed. Rest in peace.
Posted by Benjamin Lau on February 24, 2021
I met you once in KL. Didn't know you well. But I know you are a nice and great person. And gave my friend Fen a good and happy life. RIP friend.
Posted by Fen Lim on February 24, 2021
I first met James 17 years ago when I worked for him. He was first my boss, then my friend and slowly our relationship matured and blossomed into him being my best friend, my life partner.

We had 4 beautiful years of deepest love and the truest partnership that I could ever ask for. He gave me the experience of being deeply loved, truly supported and unconditionally loved. This will live with me always.

James was my rock that helped me through thick and thin. I will miss his silly humour, the daily morning voice messages left for me to wake up to, the crazy spicy Indian dishes he loved to impressed me with, and most importantly, he always gave his all, his best.

James and I did not get nearly enough time together. But as heartbroken as I am, I am equally grateful that James was part of my life. I know how lucky I have been. I've experienced more happiness than I could have ever imagined. I am grateful for every minute we had.

We will see each other again someday, but I will miss him every day and keep him with me until we see each other again.

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Posted by Niloy Mukherjee on March 2, 2021
James hired me into Dell 17 long years ago, and over time I worked for him multiple times and we became friends. He was an outstanding boss, mentor and coach; sharp as a knife - he knew exactly where something would explode just before it happened. I could go on and on........

More than that he became a friend - my memory of James will always be of good times, of having fun together. Rest in peace man......and hope wherever you are.....you are having a cold one!!
Posted by Xin hui Leong on February 24, 2021
I've heard so much about James before even meeting him. Just from listening to the stories, he was such an interesting and witty character. Even though we've only met for a brief moment, the stories remain. James has brought so much light into Fen's life that it's infectious to those around. He will always be remembered and missed. Rest in peace.
Posted by Benjamin Lau on February 24, 2021
I met you once in KL. Didn't know you well. But I know you are a nice and great person. And gave my friend Fen a good and happy life. RIP friend.
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