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T. Little Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

223 Main Street, Cambridge, ON

OBITUARY

James Robert Hilborn

October 17, 1947September 3, 2020

With great sadness, his family announces that Jim passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on Thursday, September 3, 2020.

Beloved husband of Beverley for 50 years. Loving father of Shawn, Scott (Angela), Michael (Sue) and proud grandfather of Nathanael, Vincent, and Elizabeth. Jim will lovingly be remembered by his sister Debbie (Don), his many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

An entrepreneur at heart, Jim founded The Intercorp Group, Intercorp Incentives and Intra Travel at age 39. Jim was passionate about his family, photography and golf. An avid cruiser and world traveller, Jim visited dozens of countries throughout the years, most recently doing an expedition cruise to the Galapagos Islands earlier this year.

A celebration of life will be held down the road when it is safe for everyone to gather and remember the incredible life and legacy of Jim.

Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

Services

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kevin obrien

September 10, 2020

our condolences to Beverly and Jims family. We were working friends of Jim at Keene lighting for 10 years.His sudden passing has made for a sad day around our household. Kevin &Lynda OBrien

Cam Petty

September 9, 2020

The Petty family passes on our condolences to the Jim's family and friends. We grew up with Jim, his brother Rick and sister Debbie in Mill Creek area of Galt. Sorry to hear of his passing, Cambridge lost a good man too soon as Jim was a good family and business man. Cam, Cal, Doug and ( mother) Shirley Petty.

Shawn Hilborn

September 8, 2020

Thank you all for your kind words. It gives me great joy to know my Dad touched so many people. Love you Dad! Shawn

Brian Yaeck

September 8, 2020

Uncle Jim was a good man, I always enjoyed talking to him at family gatherings over the years. I felt fortunate to have a nice chat with him when Amanda got married. It was fitting that the last time I had a chance to talk to him that he was telling me about all of the exciting trips and interesting place that him and Bev last went to. He led an exciting life and he will be missed. My deepest condolences to Aunt Bev, and my cousins Shawn, Scott, and Michael, you are in my thoughts during this difficult time.

Christine LeClair

September 7, 2020

You will be so missed, Uncle Jim. I'll always remember your kindness and how you were genuinely interested in chatting about someone's life. You were a wonderful man, and the King family will never forget the many good times we shared. Sending my condolences to Aunt Bev, Shawn, Scott, and Michael, and their families.

Sandie King

September 7, 2020

RIP Uncle Jim. You were a great man. Your family never wanted for anything, and we never worried about Aunt Bev while she was with you. I'll always remember chatting with you about politics, travel, and family.

Doris Grigorian

September 5, 2020

Jim was a kind hearted man--1st cousin--we always enjoyed seeing him at our family gatherings --sharing stories of recent happenings--travels--and life. He always had a ready smile and took an interest in our family, where/what we were doing . He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family at this time.

God grant you peace, and gratitude for a life well lived--and far too short.

Cousin, Doris, Nikolai and Victor Grigorian

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FROM THE FAMILY

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