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James Lloyd Cedar


 

James Cedar, age 53, of Columbus, Ohio passed away June 9, 2018 following an illness.  He was born in Warrensville Heights, Ohio on December 16, 1964.  James is survived by his daughters, Gloria and Merissa; grandson, Adrian; mother, Lois Lippart; a sister and a brother.  He is preceded in death by his father, David Cedar.  James enjoyed good food, working outdoors and classic country music.  He loved animals, old cars and trains, and he liked watching classic TV shows.  James proudest achievement was his daughters.  What made James unique was his laughter, sense of humor, kindness and loving nature, and outgoing personality.  He is loved and will be missed.  The family would like to thank the hospice staff of Mt. Carmel East Hospital for their care and support.  Please consider making a contribution in James’ memory to: Franklin County Dog Shelter & Adoption Center, 4340 Tamarack Blvd., Columbus, OH 43229 or online at www.franklincountydogs.com.  Please visit www.OhioCremation.org to leave the family an online condolence.

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  • dreama stearns says:

    to my honey love i love and miss you and so does lt and timmy and daneille you will always be loved and missed and so does anya from all of us we love you and baby bobbyand jimmy and momma sue

  • Paula Good Mattei says:

    It’s been a long time since I’ve seen my cousin Jimmy. So sorry to hear the news of his passing. Wishing his family my sincerest condolences and sending prayers for peace and strength during this difficult time. May God bless you and keep you all close. Love to Aunt Lois as she mourns the loss of her baby boy.

  • Lois (mom) says:

    Jim I’m so glad I Had spent the last few days of your precious life here with you. Remember what I always told you. God has you here for a reason, and when he is ready for you, you will know.You suffer so very much in your short lifetime, now your at peace with the Lord & your family members. Oh please tell Kenny I love him & miss him. Rest in peace now my son. I love you always.

  • Kathleen Cedar says:

    Jim your are my baby
    brother & I always looked after you when we were growing up .I was so proud of you when you became a daddy and had a family. I know you went through rough times but your purpose in life was to be a dad, & you did your best. I’m glad we stay close in our relationship, I will miss you so very much. Rest in peace Jim. Say Hi to Grandma & Grandpa & Kenny.

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