James Ignatius Butler III

December 15, 1960November 19, 2020

James Ignatius Butler was born on December 15, 1960 and passed away on November 19, 2020 and is under the care of Schimunek Funeral Home.

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November 29, 2020

Jamie will always be remembered as a kool guy with a big smile, always happy. He is already missed. So sorry for your loss.

Scott Donnelly

November 28, 2020

Please accept our sincerest condolences for your loss. Jamie was always so nice to work with. He was a kind soul and we will all miss him.

Erin Lawrence

November 27, 2020

The smartest Chief Engineer I ever worked with! So sad to hear of his passing. Heartfelt condolences to his entire family. Fair winds and following seas Jamie!

Robert Hanes

November 26, 2020

So very sorry for your lost Prayers to all.

Neil McGilvray

November 25, 2020

Jamie was a classmate, a shipmate, a friend and one of the smartest guys I ever have known. His smile was infectious. He will be sorely missed. Godspeed Jamie!

Philip Costello

November 25, 2020

RIP my dear friend so many great memories, W/your Dad as Coach, ice skating on Rumsey w/your family, Ocean City, until we meet again XO XO XO XO XO XO XO

Noelle Lumpkin

November 25, 2020

Just wanted to share with the family Jamie was truly A great patron at the dugout tavern where he frequent on a daily basis.....He spoke often of his children and his merchant marine days and will be truly missed. Last night we had a little celebration of life in his honor toasting with a Bud Light, his beer of choice! Sale on Jamie on your newly earned merchant marine wings ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Shelley Craze

November 25, 2020

Special prayers to his family. Jamie was a friend and will be missed Shelley and Jeff

Michael Conley

November 24, 2020

I offer my sincere and deepest condolences to the extended Butler family and friends. Jamie and I were childhood friends and schoolmates at Joppatowne elementary. We were best friends. I have fond memories of playing football in the backyard with Kevin and Sean; playing hockey on the frozen marina; and boating on their yacht. Our friendship continued thru high school and life. Though I did not see Jamie much from my college years on, I did get to visit with him during Thanksgivings most recently. I also met his children, of whom he was very proud. He was a kind and thoughtful friend and will be greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend. I will see you on the other side someday. John 14:1-4

Jeannie Gibson

November 24, 2020

God Bless the Butler Family. I am truly sorry for this great loss.


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