Johnathan Andrew Rhodes-James

April 10, 1992November 8, 2020

On November 8th our world came crashing down as we learned of the sudden passing of our beloved Johnathan.

John was an outgoing kind soul with a laughter so infectious it would instantly light up a room. He was a loving Boyfriend, Son, Grandson, Brother, Nephew & most importantly Father-to-be.

While John will be missed immensely by so many people his light and laughter will live on not only through the impact he had on so many lives but through his son or daughter.

Rest In Peace Johnathan.


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Debbie Brenton

November 20, 2020

John I seen you come into this world. I was so happy and it felt like you were mine. I couldn’t love anyone as much as I loved you. Every time you cried I would cry. I’d rocked you to sleep singing the song from Aladdin, It would put you right to sleep. I am so glad I got that message from you the day before you past. Now I know that you knew how much I loved you and will always love you.. RIP my boy! 😘❤️

Patrice Clarke

November 20, 2020

I met John when he started dating my granddaughter Martinha. He always had a smile on his face and that laugh of his was infectious. He knew how to draw you into his world and make you feel welcome. I loved how he loved Martinha and how she blossomed by knowing and loving him. He recognized how special she is and loved her unconditionally. The memory that sticks out the most in my mind is last Christmas we all spent Christmas together at my daughters for dinner, then played guitar hero. He was so go at it, but was so humble about how good he was. Laughter filled my daughters apartment that day, Martinha glowed and that was because oh him and his love for her. I couldn’t have pick a better person for my granddaughter for her to love she did a pretty good job all on her own. I was blessed to have him in my family and equally as blessed to have known him. I look forward to loving his son or daughter as much as I grew to love him.

Charity Malone

November 20, 2020

Since the day I first met John, I felt welcomed.
the first thing I noticed was his positive aura and contagious laughter. It made me feel warm inside to see him make my big sister happy, joke around with my brothers and boyfriend, and care for his three adorable cats.
I couldn’t have asked for a better addition to my family.

Alexz Warford

November 20, 2020

John was a memorable person. I first remember john when i was over at his families house hanging out with his sister jerica , we would go into the woods and creat a whole new world to escape to , john wanted to be apart of it , now being skeptical of everyone i was a bit hesitant to say yes , but he showed anyways, couple hours pass and we find ourselves by quartzite cliffs just screaming our magic powers names as if we concurred evil , and then we just laugh , and then head home n do our seperate things , as if nothing happened, the best part about these memories is that this world was ours n its something i hope we never forget . R.I.P john james ,

Lori Malone

November 19, 2020

I first met John when he was working in the Pizza 73 call centre, on the days he was working on his way to the lunchroom he’d stop at my office and say Good Morning Lori and then continue on. I’m glad I had the opportunity to have known him. He will be missed.

Pamela Brinston

November 19, 2020

You were such a wild boy growing up. You loved the great outdoors, insects, and getting into anything you could. You were the first child born in our family and we showered you with so much love! I remember you being so thankful for all the gifts you received at Christmas and birthdays.
Jonathan I miss you so much and I wish I could give you a hug and tell you how much I Love You!
Love you forever and Always...xo

Aunt Pamela B.

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