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James Doyle

James Doyle

Saturday, August 30th, 1952 Saturday, May 22nd, 2021

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Obituary

Obituary for James Patrick Doyle

It is with broken hearts that we announce the sudden passing of our brother Jim who left us on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Jim passed away at Whitefish Lake, a place he truly loved. Known by many names including Jimmy, Bones, Duckman and Gooseman, hunting with his “Mates” is what he lived for and “Camo” was always piece of his daily attire. An avid hunter and fisherman, he was a member of Ducks Unlimited.
We want to thank all of Jim’s hunting and fishing mates, especially Peter and Steve who were with him when he died. Jim didn’t have a car but you always made sure he got to Whitefish every year. We know that you are all sad but take comfort in knowing that Jim’s spirit will be ever present with you in the boat and duck blind. An amazing cook, he could cook a roast beef to perfection, maybe sometimes too rare for some, but delicious. Peking Duck was also a dish he cooked, even though it took days to prepare.
Jim is survived by his sisters Debbie (Sandy) and Mary Jane (Nick), brothers Michael (Karen) and Patrick, niece Kelly (Ryan) and their children Brodie and Zak, niece, Zoe, nephew Jackson, nephew Kyle (Crystal) and their children Amaya and Lily, nephew Tyler, nephew Shea, and nephew Michael and his son Tyler, dear friend Laurie as well as by his many mates, and other relatives in Australia, Arizona and Florida. A private interment service will be held in St. Patrick’s Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, memorials to Ducks Unlimited would be appreciated.

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Darren Wright

Our sincere condolences go out to the Doyle family. I have many great memories from my younger years spending time with Jimmy in a duck blind or out in a boat fishing. He could sure make a person laugh and was a lot of fun. These times were long ago but still seem like yesterday. You will be missed my friend but will always be remembered.
Comment | Posted at 12:48pm via Condolence
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Josephine Pedri

Our sincere condolences to the Doyle Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless. From Attilio and Joyce Pedri
Comment | Posted at 08:30pm via Condolence
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Debra Blair

My memories of Jimmy are filled with laughter and happiness, a truly kind soul.
He spent some time here in Sydney with family and a fun time was had by all. My daughter spoke with him many times, whilst visiting her cousins in LA and commented to me that he took great interest in catching up on family news and fun to talk to. We will always hold him in our hearts as a good natured, happy individual.
Our thoughts are with your family.
Debra and Estelle
Comment | Posted at 08:07pm via Condolence
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roy lough

Sorry to hear of my friend Jimmy passing.I will not forget our great week hunting together in Saskatchewan A real old time duck hunter,Jimmy was a pleasure to be with.It mattered not if a bird was shot.The pleasure was being in the blind.I will not forget him and will always remember him when I am hunting. My sincerest condolences to his family and many friends.
Comment | Posted at 07:14pm via Condolence
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Debbie

Roy, Jim often spoke of you, and the fun times duck hunting. Thank u so much for being such a good friend to Jim . He thought you were great ! Debbie ( Jims sister). I would like to get a hold of you .
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Amanda, Fred, Job and Jacob Church

The loss of "Cousin JImmy" will leave a hold never to be filled. I can picture Jimmy forevermore at Whitefish hunting to his heart's content. A truly untimely loss to all who knew him. Our thoughts, condolences and sympathies to the family who knew and loved him. He will be missed for the remainder of our lives.
Comment | Posted at 05:04pm via Condolence
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