James Paul Hart of Salmon Arm was taken away suddenly from us on Friday, July 22, 2016.
He was born February 16, 1979 in Newmarket, Ontario at the York County Hospital.
James is survived by his parents Dan and Maureen Hart, his brother Kyle and wife Jillane with nieces Jazrialle, Jaeleiya, Kaybrilea and baby K; his brother Matthew and wife Carmen with nieces, Mae-Lee, Anaiah, and Micah-Marie; his sister Danielle Heitman, and her husband Tate along with their children; as well as his grandmother Elise Hart and his family throughout Ontario, New York and England.
Throughout James’ life he enjoyed history, games, music, Toronto Blue Jays, time spent cooking and teaching others to cook, sharing recipes and most of all our family gatherings and celebrations.
James loved old muscle cars, especially the 1970 Plymouth Superbird!
Another love James had was sharing the Gospel, and his knowledge of Jesus Christ with whoever would listen; having a good discussion and so much more.
His care and sincerity showed no partiality for anyone for as long as we can remember. He always had a generous, respectful and supportive hand extended to those he just met, to those he loved and to those in need.
James will be sorely missed by all his family, many friends and neighbours where he lived, along with his employer Wendy and her son Darren, and all of James co-workers at Aquatico Bay restaurant in Salmon Arm, BC.
Our hearts are broken, we will keep your memory alive within the family by sharing stories with all your nieces and nephews. They will all know their Uncle James.
You’ve greatly enriched our lives with the time the Lord allowed you to be with us before he received you home.
‘Til we meet again James (son) (brother) (uncle) (cousin) and (nephew)
Our hope in Jesus Christ is living for all eternity with our Lord and Saviour