ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jamie Thompson 47 years old , born on December 2, 1968 and passed away on May 25, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Beth Parrish on January 5, 2017
Well made it through your birthday and Christmas and new years and pops birthday. Its not easy but doing it one day at a time just like we did when mom passed. I love you big brother forever and always.
Posted by Sissy Wiggins on June 20, 2016
I'll never foeger u Jamie. Ur forever in my heart.
Posted by Andrew Barbee on June 20, 2016
I met Jamie in truck driving school back in 2010. He was very friendly and easy to talk to. Me, him, and Phillip Daniels stayed good friends and had a lot of good laughs. After truck driving school, the 3 of us left for Atlanta on a greyhound bus to go drive a truck for Werner Enterprises. We all went our separate ways with our trainers and was constantly calling each other saying, what you driving, where you headed, do you like it so far, etc., etc.. Anyway, my point is this... Jamie was one of the nicest and most outgoing people I'd ever become friends with that would give you the shirt off his back. And even though we didn't talk quite as much over the last couple of years, he'd still take the time to check in on his friends. Jamie, rest easy buddy and keep shiftin gears on the big highway in the sky. Love ya buddy!!!!
Posted by Beth Parrish on June 20, 2016
I love you big brother. Gone way too soon. You will always live on in our hearts. No matter where we go you will always be with us.

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Posted by Beth Parrish on January 5, 2017
Well made it through your birthday and Christmas and new years and pops birthday. Its not easy but doing it one day at a time just like we did when mom passed. I love you big brother forever and always.
Posted by Sissy Wiggins on June 20, 2016
I'll never foeger u Jamie. Ur forever in my heart.
Posted by Andrew Barbee on June 20, 2016
I met Jamie in truck driving school back in 2010. He was very friendly and easy to talk to. Me, him, and Phillip Daniels stayed good friends and had a lot of good laughs. After truck driving school, the 3 of us left for Atlanta on a greyhound bus to go drive a truck for Werner Enterprises. We all went our separate ways with our trainers and was constantly calling each other saying, what you driving, where you headed, do you like it so far, etc., etc.. Anyway, my point is this... Jamie was one of the nicest and most outgoing people I'd ever become friends with that would give you the shirt off his back. And even though we didn't talk quite as much over the last couple of years, he'd still take the time to check in on his friends. Jamie, rest easy buddy and keep shiftin gears on the big highway in the sky. Love ya buddy!!!!
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Shared by Stacy Czyz on June 20, 2016

Jamie was a caring, loving man with the biggest heart. You will forever be missed by all of us.