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Brindle JamesBRINDLE, James (Jim) Francis  – passed away peacefully at Ajax/Pickering Hospital on the evening of February 18, 2019, joining his son and fishing buddy Neil and sister Anne.

Jimwas deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his wife Dorothy, his daughter Paula, son Ian and his wife Lorrie, son Stuart and his wife Marcie; his granddaughter Jennifer and her husband Lincoln, his granddaughter Victoria; his grandsons Connor and Dylan; his sisters Betty and Margaret, his brother Williamand by the extended Brindle and Eastaway family around the world.

Jim had a zest for life and absolutely loved a good conversation.

He was so proud of his family and was thrilled to talk about them at any opportunity.

Jim had an excellent sense of humour and always provided advice and support, reminding his kids to “Always Look Out For #1.”

He led a long and fulfilled life and took great pride in helping his clients since moving to Canada in 1967, right up until his retirement in 2017.

Jim loved fishing, golf, soccer, hockey, baseball, family, and was a national championship boxer back home in England as a teenager.

Condolences may be left at aftercare.org.

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