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James (Jim) Peters

James (Jim) Thompson Peters

Friday, March 25th, 1938 - Wednesday, March 31st, 2021
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PETERS, James (Jim) Thompson

It is with mixed emotions that we announce that James (Jim) Thompson Peters passed away at Providence Care Hospital on March 31, 2021
Jim is now in a place where his mind is once again sharp and he can fully enjoy his surroundings. Anyone who truly knows Jim will know that he is probably bringing a smile to someone’s face even now.
Jim was born on March 25, 1938, in Magog Quebec, to Bessie Thompson and Norman Peters.
Jim was a wonderful husband, with a deep faith and will be forever loved and remembered by his wife Noreen. Jim was a man of his word. When we married, he promised me I would never be bored. I am sure it was not what he meant when he said those words and certainly not what I expected when I heard them but we travelled the Dementia journey together with many ups and downs laughter and tears. Thank you, Jim
Jim was the father of 5 Children Laura Reinstra (Dave), Cliff Peters (Annette), Dan Peters (Tanis), Karen Lamport (Greg) and Kathy Seymour (Mark)
Jim was the grandfather of 10 and great-grandfather of 8. He is predeceased by his sister Joann Lupton and grandson Braden Peters.
Jim was a very kind and friendly man, always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone needing him.
He will be greatly missed by family and friends.
If you wish to make a donation in Jim’s memory please consider Fairmount Nursing Home 2069 Battersea Road, Glenburnie, Ontario K0H 1S0, or UHKF - Providence Care Senior’s Mental Health Unit #4-55 Rideau Street, Kingston, Ontario K7K 2Z8 or Alzheimer Society of Canada Research Funding, 20 Eglinton Avenue West, 16th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M4R 1K8.
“It is quite clear that between love and understanding there is a very close link...He who loves understands, and he who understands loves. One who feels understood feels loved, and one who feels loved feels sure of being understood.”
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Devin Currie

Posted at 03:41pm
Noreen and the rest of the Peters family,

I met Jim a few years ago but it feels like it was just yesterday. I met Jim when I was a student at Providence Manor and him and I formed a bond from day one. I always enjoyed spending time with Jim because even in the later stages of his life, he was full of energy, humour, and kindness. When Jim and I first met, we'd see eachother once or twice a week. Then as time passed, Jim and I would be spending 4-5 days a week together. Jim was one of the many reasons I enjoyed coming to work each day. Not only did Jim make my job easier by cleaning and sweeping up the entire room but he always was in a great mood. I could spend hours hanging out with Jim and never be bored. He would play the harmonica, dance, play sports, sing, relax outside in the garden with me, you name it. He did it all. One of Jim's many talents would be spotting a dog out of nowhere from miles and miles away. I'm not kidding, I have never seen a man be that good with animals as they just loved him. However I must say, my favourite thing about Jim was that he would walk up to every single person he passed and say hello. Regardless if Jim knew who you were or not, or if you were having a great day or a bad one, he would come up and brighten your day with his presence. He treated everyone with compassion and kindness and even though I only knew him in his later years, I could tell that was the type of man Jim Peters always was. I know I'm going to miss him dearly and will cherish the moments I spent with him at Providence Manor for the rest of my life. He was a great man and one that loved his family more than anything in the world. My deepest condolences for your loss and hope you have a billion more amazing memories of Jim like the couple dozen I know I will always remember.

-Devin Currie

Sophia Lee

Posted at 10:30pm
I met Jim for a short amount of time and totally feel in love with him he was always a gentleman no matter what when I found out Jim had passed away I was totally heart broken and most days dose not seem real he was a great amazing gentleman with love for everyone will be greatly missed

Margaret Carney Kolesar

Posted at 09:33am
I was a student of Jim’s in 1990, at St Lawrence. He made Human Resources easy feat! He cared about his students and was always available to discuss our career goals and life goals.
My heart goes out to Noreen and his family. I am sure Jim will be greatly missed.

Holly Hicks

Posted at 06:57am
Jim, always the tease. Will be missed. R.I.P. Brother-in-law.

Penny Kingsbury

Posted at 12:25pm
Noreen, so sorry for your loss. You were such a devoted wife and caregiver. You made a difference in Jim’s life.

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