In Memoriam : James Brennan

James Brennan James William Brennan - age: 30
(April 17, 1990 to September 01, 2020 )
Resident of Saco, Maine

Visitation Information:
At this time, a proper sendoff is not possible, but as soon as we can, there will be a celebration of life in his honor.

Fly High James, we will always love you and forever miss you.

Obituary:
Saco – James William Brennan 30, passed away unexpectedly on September 1, 2020 in Saco.

James was born to June Brennan on April 17, 1990. A beautiful blonde, blue eyed, lefty like his Mom. He was a kind and loving person and was loved by many.

James loved swimming, skate boarding and hanging out with his friends. At age 12, he took a trip across country with his uncle Terry to Utah then Las Vegas and rode every roller coaster in town. When returning to Maine, he wrote an essay for school about his trip to “SIN CITY”.

James loved his independence, he achieved his GED and moved to Florida in 2012. He worked on the pipeline with his Uncle Terry, but found he had a passion for cooking and being in the restaurant business.

James chose a hard road … trying to better himself and heal. He moved to Raleigh, North Carolina where he moved into a sober living house and eventually ran meetings. He made many good friends there. He was a good soul and helped many with their demons … but struggled with his own.

He is now in the arms of our Creator and his mom who passed away in February. He is also predeceased by his grandmother Reinette Brennan and his uncle Shean Brennan and cousin Tracy Smith-Millett.

James is survived by a huge family which include is his loyal K-9 buddy Sam, his aunt Kathi and uncle Terry Sherman, grandfather Thomas and his partner Patricia Fay, uncle Patrick, aunt Deborah Prout, aunt Patience and her partner Linda Bigelow, cousin Josh Guillemette who was more of a brother, as well as many other great-aunts and cousins.








Jaime Allie - September 4, 2020Contact this person Contact this person
My deepest condolences to his family and friends. James was good people. He will be greatly missed.



    
 





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