OBITUARY

James Philip Santomier III

November 8, 1966November 3, 2018

James Philip Santomier was born on November 8, 1966 and passed away on November 3, 2018

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James Philip Santomier III

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Chris Conley

November 17, 2018

I worked with James for the about 7 years, and he always came with a smile and great attitude. Whether discussing a challenge or a victory, he always had a positive attitude and was a pleasure to work with. I'll miss him dearly.

Melanie Brandstad

November 15, 2018

Liz, Eddie and Jim, this is Melanie Brandstad, I am so saddened by this news🙏🏼I will always cherish our times at the beach club and Liz-your extraordinary love and connection with your boys❤️My family is praying for yours and Jimmy’s wife💔in case you don’t remember me I am a friend of Chris Pfeifle’s.

Lynn Lawler

November 9, 2018

Words cannot express how heartbroken our family is. Thank you for being a part of our lives. You will be missed each and every day. The pain you felt has been passed on to all those who loved you. Rest in peace. Until we meet again.....

Aunt Lynn, Uncle John and family.

Kristen Santomier

November 8, 2018

To My Dear Husband,

I have such fond memories our courtship and marriage. The love, kindness, friendship, encouragement, laughs, cries and just being our goofy selves around each other will be treasured. Our deep fondness of nature- specifically the ocean and beach. Whether sailing, boating, jet skiing, or you diving while I bask in the sun - unforgettable. We are blessed to have known each other and experienced the love we shared. All of you will be honored and celebrated as that is what you deserve and what you would want. Thank you for sharing your love with me.

I love you to the moon and back. Forever and a day! God Bless You.

Your soulmate,
Kristen

Kara Cushman

November 8, 2018

My sweet friend, I treasure the memories of just being together and being silly. Laughing until we cried and crying when we hurt. We shared ups and downs and went periods when we were too wrapped up in our own lives to keep in touch. But months and years melted away when we got to speak again. You are missed. Liz and Eddie, all of my love goes out to you. Please know that I am here if you need anything at all. God Bless and Keep You. Love, Kara