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£4,550raised of £200 target by 149 supporters

Weʼre raising £200 to help support the family of Jamie Payne.

Location
Newport, Telford and Wrekin, United Kingdom
Category
In memory
Time left
21 days to go

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Jamie was a much-loved son, brother, husband, father and friend.
In addition to this, Jamie was the coach, manager and founder of Newport Knights Roller Hockey Team. He really was the centre of our team, so much so that he was jokingly referred to as 'Mr Assist' by his fellow team players. This endearing nickname transferred into every aspect of Jamie's life - he was constantly dedicated to looking out for and protecting his family, friends, plumbing business, hockey team and the Knights shop.

At the age of one, Jamie was diagnosed with a very rare blood disorder called Hyper IgE Syndrome, a condition characterised by an extremely low immune system which results in severe lung and chest infections. Despite the severity of his condition, Jamie was the most determined, optimistic, generous and selfless person you could ever meet. Even when Jamie was severely unwell in hospital, he would constantly be calling and texting his loved ones and helping them with any issues that they had, rather than focusing on his own situation.
This in itself illustrates what a truly great man Jamie was, and these personality traits can be taken on by us all to help better our own lives and the lives of the people around us. By adopting Jamie's positive approach to life it enables him to continue living through us all.

In addition to being incredibly selfless, Jamie also had a really cheeky and vibrant personality. His childhood nickname was 'The Toad' because he could, quite frankly, be an absolute mess at times! He was the life and soul of any situation with his (sometimes inappropriate!) sense of humour and fun-loving attitude

Please help us to support Jamie's family; his loving wife Hannah, two sons Henry and Arthur, his Mum, Dad and brother Ryan.

Jamie really was the 'The Man, the Myth, the Legend'.

(Please note: the target isn't £200, as we would love to raise as much as we possibly can. No amount of money could replace what this man meant to us all)

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    149

    • Lisa Guy

      Lisa Guy

      Apr 26, 2017

      Rest in peace Jamie, you will be missed by our staff and fellow engineers that come in our trade counter. Xx

      £20.00

    • Lisa Guy

      Lisa Guy

      Apr 26, 2017

      Rest in peace Jamie, from Margaret Cull x

      £10.00

    • Dave Gregory

      Dave Gregory

      Apr 26, 2017

      RIP big man. Love and thoughts with your family X

      £20.00

    • Sarah Lincoln and Dilys Cutter

      Sarah Lincoln and Dilys Cutter

      Apr 25, 2017

      Such a genuine, kind hearted guy - Jamie and his Dad, always happy to help with anything if they could. A devastating loss for his family and our thoughts are with them all xx

      £50.00

    • Jamie Chapman

      Jamie Chapman

      Apr 25, 2017

      Known jamie a very long time, he will be truly missed. Great friend and a ledgend. Thoughts are with all of the family. Rip mate.

      £30.00

    • James Toland

      James Toland

      Apr 25, 2017

      £50.00

    • Michael Drury

      Michael Drury

      Apr 24, 2017

      R.I.P matey, thanks for everything #24

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    Chris Cammock

    Chris Cammock

    Newport, Telford and Wrekin, United Kingdom

    I have known Jamie since joining Newport Knights Roller Hockey Team six years ago. To me, Jamie was Coach Bombay from the Mighty Ducks, appropriate as I wear Goldberg's Number 33. Myself, along with the rest of my team, will forever look up to you, Jamie!

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