DAURIE, James (Jim) Bruce

Weep not for me but courage take and love each other for my sake

The rolling stream of life goes on

Until we meet again…

With deep sorrow, we announce the peaceful passing of Jim Daurie on July 15, 2021 from complications of diabetes.

Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife Meredith, son Scott (Renee), daughter Jodi (Barry), sons Kelly (Sam), Travis, Josh (Sasha), grandkids Colton, Trinity, Mackenzie, Dakota, Sienna, and pets Jac and Juno; brothers Denny (Bev), Bill (Rita), and families.  Jim was predeceased by parents Ger and May, brother Bob, and niece Alison.

Jim will be fondly remembered for his love of family and friends, passion for cars and sports, his ready laugh and those baby blues.

Cremation has taken place.  A Celebration of Jim’s Life will be held at a later date.

The family would like to thank Doctors Robert Simard, Brian Wirzba, Linda Uniat, and Pharmacist Gehan Rezkalla for their years of care and compassion.

Memorial donations may be made to Diabetes Canada or S.P.C.A.

Serenity Funeral Service Leduc 780-980-3688





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Jim and Linda Garner

I remember oh so well some of the fun times of our youth and later in life when we could share stories and reminisce. Linda still thinks about Jimmy’s golf tips. Jimmy was always kind and thoughtful, thinking of others before himself. A friend indeed.
Our deepest condolences to you Meredith and to all of the Daurie family.
Love is strong, especially amongst family and friends.

David Bonaca

So sorry to hear about Jim. We started in outside sakes for Praxair on the same day. We did many inventory counts in Hinton. Such a laugh and smile. Always so proud to discuss his family. Rest easy Jim.

Anne Stollbert

Sending our condolences to Meredith and all the family at this time. Wishing you only warm wishes and fond memories.
Anne, Frank, Taylor &Alexa Stollbert

Deb Jarvis

So sorry to hear of Jim’s passing, though it’s been almost 20 years since we’ve seen Jim, it’s easy to recall his cheerful smile and friendly conversation! Meredith, Travis and Josh, our thoughts are with you. Deb and Steve Jarvis

Karen McMullen

Meredith, Travis and Josh, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved husband and father. I hope that the great memories that you have of Jim will ease the pain of your loss.

Joy, Jeff, Dan and Trish Parr

The Parr relatives were saddened to hear of the passing of our cousin Jim Daurie.

I remember the Daurie boys mainly as much older teenagers. I remember the weights they kept for lifting in the basement. I remember Aunti May kept a clean and pleasant house and always smelled of perfume when I saw her. Uncle Gerri had a great laugh and a smile that made many love to be around him. Jim’s picture and smile looks so much the way I remember his Dad!

My Mom (Norie) used to tell a cute story about Jim, when he was a boy. She boarded at May and Gerri’s in her early 20’s. Jim used to look at her real sadly and ask, “Why didn’t anyone chose you?” When she was getting married to my Dad (Art), Jim was real excited and happy. He said “Aunti Norie is bootiful!” His Mom asked, “Do you think Norie is beautiful?” He replied, She must be because someone choosed her.” My Mom and Dad had many pleasant memories connected to the Daurie family.

Our condolences to his wife Merideth and all Jim’s family (and pets).

Don Courtnage

Jimmy spent a lifetime giving wonderful memories to everyone he touched, too many to count for sure. Now we can use those same sweet memories to fill the void he created by his departure. Meredith, so sorry for all of the sorrow you and your family are having to go through.

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