Jaime Leigh, was born on December 17, 1976
in Newport News, Virginia.
She brought so much
love and joy into our lives.
We were blessed with the birth of this beautiful
baby girl from the moment she was born.
Jaime grew up in New Jersey and passed
on March 26, 2005 at the age of 28.
Our hurt and loss is immense.
There is nothing to compare with the loss
of a child, and only those who have known
such a tragedy can truly understand the unimaginable.
There isn't a day that goes by that Jaime is not
thought of. We miss her more each and everyday.
All of our dreams, expectations and our Family has changed forever. We grieve for the life and future Jaime will never know. There are so many things about her that no one will ever know. How do you sum up your Daughter's life in a few words, it would take a lifetime to write it all down. Jaime's life was filled with joy and happiness.
Jaime was incredibly loving, gracious and thoughtful. The quality about her that most remember was her indomitable spirit. She was as beautiful inside as outside, with a beautiful angelic face that was so soft and sweet. Jaime was so full of life, possessed such class, intelligence, had a unique personality and lived life to its fullest. We want Jaime to be remembered for her kindness, generosity, friendship, compassion, loyalty and sense of humor. She was vivacious and had an energy and zest for living as was as a genuine caring for others. If you knew her, you were blessed.
Jaime loved people and had friends of all ages. She was the best friend anyone could have, if you were her friend, you were for life. Jaime made friends quite easily, something that tells you much about her personality, a quality that was admired. She touched many hearts and gave so much to many people.
We were blessed and grateful for the relationship we had as a Family. Jaime loved spending time with everyone as we all did with her. She had an amazing sweet, beautiful smile and laugh that truly lit up a room and sparkling brown eyes that simply glowed. She loved the beach, shopping, eating out, and most of all loved her younger sister Ally very much. Jaime and Ally were ten and a half years apart and was Ally's mentor. Ally wanted to be just like her big sister in every way. Jaime and Ally had a special relationship, they were best friends. Jaime adored Ally and was very protective of her. Their love for each other was unconditional.
Jaime was very ambitious, had a brilliant mind and set high standards for herself and worked diligently to achieve her goals in her career which was to receive the CPA certification. Academically she excelled. Jaime successfully worked in accounting, and was trying to pass the four parts of the CPA exam, passing three with much excitement and satisfaction for all the hard work, she spent much of her time studying for. She made us proud of the mature independent and confident young woman she became. Her career was headed in the direction she set out to accomplish.
There are no words to describe
the hole in our hearts without Jaime here.
She is loved and missed beyond words.
To all who visit, please light a memorial candle.
You cannot imagine the comfort it brings to know
that Jaime was thought of today.
"Through the love and additions of so many to
this website, Jaime will live on forever."
Please visit Jaime's other website.
This Turtle above was drawn by Adam,
Jaime's Cousin who loves and misses her so
much. Adam has now graduated College and went
to Art School for many years. He drew this
special turtle and gave it to me one Christmas
and is absolutely beautiful. I had it framed
and it hangs on the wall in our family room.
He is so very talented and we are so proud of him.
The Angel Turtle below was drawn special for decals in
Thank you Adam...
I Love You