I remember this time last year, for your birthday, you convinced me to get a nose ring.I miss you. My daring, adventure seeking friend.
Although I never met Jay, I can only feel a sadness at the loss of such a happy and loving soul. Through his Mother, Eileen I knew of Jay and the love he had for life and people and the love his family has for him. When I see his pictures I am reminded of my own son and can only imagine the feeling of such a great loss. I admire how Jay’s family has chosen to celebrate Jay and to appreciate the time that was given to share with him. I hope if and when I face a loss I can be so brave and selfless. Much love and hugs to the family and my great friend Eileen!
My crazy cool nephew… Man I can still remember that Friday you were born. I pretended to be sick, just so I could be at home for your arrival. Then your 1st word was “ea-ta” how appropriate, because you loved food at an early age. On Saturday’s, I would sit on the floor to watch tv and to play with you. But oh, you took it to another level. You would moved the chair, so you would have a clear path, run full speed????? and hit me like a football player, recalling a time or two I saw stars?. You grew up so fast, literally before my eyes! Your intelligent quick wit, cracked me up. Jay, you will FOREVER have a place Auntie Bontie’s heart?. I love you my dude ??
Jay Russell, Man, you were good people. I’ll cherish our time at AMC man. You were a great friend and an absolutely LEGENDARY co worker. Remember when you came in to quit, dropped your bag off in the elevator, and dipped: Like. A. Boss. We talked about that for months. Heaven gained an angel. You’ll truly be missed bro. Watch over us
Always in our hearts Always on our minds. Loved for All Eternity Mom and Dad