Dedicated to James
IN MEMORY OF JAMES JERZY SZUBINSKI
1973 – 2007
‘Those we love don’t go away
they walk beside us everyday
Forever In our Hearts’
On the 20th February 1973 my wife Janis gave birth to a beautiful boy, we called him James. I remember thinking how wonderful life was and how it was a beautiful day.
We had a great family were very close, caring and loving. James and his sister Joanne have always been very special to Janis and me.
On the 5th June 2007, after a particularly nasty accident at home, God relieved James of his pain and he died. I remember looking out of the window at the hospital, at all the people busy going to work and thinking to myself – it is a beautiful day.
Janis, Joanne, George and Dave would like to thank the Redditch A&E department and to pay a huge tribute to the wonderful ICU teams at the John Radcliffe Hospital who worked hard attempting to save James’ life. Their professionalism and compassion is simply remarkable.
We would like to thank everyone who were so generous with their financial donations. The total amount of money donated was £784.50 and was sent to the John Radcliffe Hospital.
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This site is dedicated to you my son, my very best friend.
James was a terrific guy, full of boundless energy and incredible humour. He worked hard, was highly respected and had many, many friends. He was married to Sarah and has two beautiful children – Chloe and Kai.
His best mate was Dave who later on in their friendship fell in love with and married James’ sister Joanne. Dave and Jo’s children Abbie and Ellis miss those happy days with their favourite uncle James and their cousins and pals Chloe and Kai.
James’ funeral was held at Redditch Crematorium Chapel on the 15th June, his ashes were scattered by Sarah by the only tree in Arrow Mill’s grounds in October. A plaque in memory of James has been placed by a beautiful tree in St Leonard’s cemetery Boeley (close to a bench) as part of a small dedication service during March 2008. If you are in the area please pay James a visit.
This site is here for all his friends and family to view, share in happier memories and leave their thoughts.