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James Wellman

"Jim"

James Wellman

(1946 – 2010)

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James Wellman

James Wellman
(1946 – 2010)

In memory of

James Wellman

(1946 – 2010)
About James
My dad was not only my dad but also my best friend and confidant. In 2002 he was able to escape a life that centered around cruelty and insanity to live a life full of purpose and love.
He was there for the birth of all three of his grandchildren and he gave me away at my wedding. He was there for all the important events of my life. We spent every Thanksgiving and Christmas together since 2002 and he never missed a birthday.
His last week of life was spent comatose but we read a book called "Temples on the Otherside" by Sylvia Brown. We spent hours (or I did) talking about the past and forgiveness and love. His three grandchildren were there everyday visiting.
He had friends and family come to
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say goodbye and shield him with love and memories.
His last five hours were filled with love, peace and magick. A Native American Shaman gave a traditional blessing, and a Unitarian Universalist Minister laid hands upon him and an orthodox priest gave a healing prayer of the sick and then last rites and a blessing as he passed onto the Summerlands.
He had music from a threshold choir and was wrapped in love. In attendance for his passing were:
Rev. Meghan Cefalu
Father Paul Schmidt
Carrie Osborn, daughter
Ian Osborn, Grandson
He was escorted into the light by K-9 Devo and K-9 Koda, his two boys. Because after all they were waiting at the rainbow bridge for him.
My
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father was a truely incredible man and much loved by all who came to know him. He worked at Dorris lumber where he was their Electrical Genius. My father will live forever in my heart as well as others that he touched.
I am hoping that this site will help others know the man that I knew. I offer this site as a memorial to a great man. I am now an "adult orphan" but I know that his strength lives on in me and that together we took a journey of love and insightfulness. Thank you daddy and wait for us at the bridge for what seems to us as forever will only be moments in time for you.
Remembrance Messages
On 24th Dec 2011
Carrie Osborn
wrote:
It is Christmas Eve Day Dad and the pain isn't going away. I miss you and love you. Joshua asked for you. Why did you leave?
Remembrance Messages
On 26th Dec 2010
Carrie Osborn
wrote:
December 25, 2010, Merry Christmas Daddy. We miss you so very much. Dinner wasn't the same and Rick had to watch the game by himself. I made turkey legs and the regular side dishes. I miss your laugh and the children miss you too. Joshua asked for you yesterday and it broke my heart. I love you so very much Merry Christmas
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James Wellman

My dad was not only my dad but also my best friend and confidant. In 2002 he was able to escape a life that centered around cruelty and insanity to live a life full of purpose and love.
He was there for the birth of all three of his grandchildren and he gave me away at my wedding. He was there for all the important events of my life. We spent every Thanksgiving and Christmas together since 2002 and he never missed a birthday.
His last week of life was spent comatose but we read a book called "Temples on the Otherside" by Sylvia Brown. We spent hours (or I did) talking about the past and forgiveness and love. His three grandchildren were there everyday visiting.
He had friends and family come to...

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