James
James "Jimmie" Faron Young, a resident of South Bay since birth, was born on November 20, 1973 in Los Angeles, California and departed on February 5th, 2008 in Hawthorne, California. He leaves his wife of 3 years, Mary Ann Young; sons Daniel and Christopher; parents, Jim and Connie Young; brothers Charles Young and Justin Hall; sister, Lisa Hall; and his four nephews: Andrew, Anthony, Jeremy and Nathan. He will also be deeply missed by his many other friends and family. As a child, Jimmie enjoyed playing all sports. He dreamt of one day being a professional baseball player. Jimmie truly loved music. In his high school years, Jimmie played the drums in the school band. He loved cooking and many would say that his cheesecake was extraordinary. One of his passions also included jewelry making. He would go to great lengths to make a beautiful and personalized piece for those he loved. He loved the colors green and black and making people laugh. He had a big heart. He was always there to help anyone. He was also a very loving husband. He enjoyed entertaining the neighborhood kids as they looked up to him.

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  1. JIMMY, it’s just not fair to have you for such a short time. I will always cherish our time together,son. Never forget my love for you . Iwas always trying to be there for you ,I’m sorry I couldn’t this time . I guess when GOD wants you there is no saying no. SON, you will be forever in my heart and in my mind and I will take care of things here. SON until we are together again I truely love you . Take care of Erik for me love you son DAD

  2. Jimmie, I miss you so much. I will always remember you. I know that you’re smiling down on us. I’ll see you again one day. Love, Andrew

  3. Jimmie, I never thought in our 23 years of friendship that I would be saying goodbye to you at such a young age. You were my brother through friendship, but a brother none the less & we are going to miss you terribly. We wish the big guy upstairs would have given you more time down here, not only with us but your family & friends as well. We are never going to forget you, nor will we say goodbye, but we will say “I’ll be seeing you sometime in the future”! We know you will be watching over us & guiding us in the right direction, otherwise the big guy himself would not have called you home to help him. RIP our dear sweet friend, you will be missed dearly & loved to no end. We miss you already!! Love, Adreanna, Eric, & Frank

  4. sometimes there simply are no words,sometimes it is simply the hope in our hearts and the faith in our souls that comfort us and let us begin anew. Peace be with you, Aunt Susanna

  5. Uncle Jimmie, It’s so hard to imagine you are gone, the time on earth was so short yet great memories still exist in my heart as well as everyone who ever loved you and knew you. You are one of my uncles and will always be. I love you so much. The family will never forget, and I will always remember you.

  6. Our hearts go out to you Uncle Jim and Aunt Connie, also to all of the rest of the family. We have started going to church out here in AZ and will put in a prayer request for the family as well.

  7. My Beloved, You are the love of my life and always will be. I never thought I would loose you so soon. You were much loved by many people and kids. You brought joy to my life that will continue through your memory. I miss you so much. Our home is not the same without you. You brought life and laughter. You will be truly missed by me and many others. You were a great friend to us all. May you rest in peace and watch over us. I know you are smiling down on us right now. I love you my Loving Husband. Your Loving Wife, Mary Ann

  8. Even though your death happened 3 months ago nearly it’s still fresh in my mind. I don’t know how our son will turn out but I promise to do the best I can. I miss you and hope to see you again one day.

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