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Monday, November 7, 2016

Jim, it was a honour to know you

Today is Jim Hadden's birthday. He's not here to celebrate. He's gone fishing, over that distant bridge to far away oceans.  We have lost some very good people this year. Jim was one of them, without question.

A very long time member of the Bondi family, Jim passed away Sept. 1st, at the age of 63. That number sounds younger every year.   With his passing we lost a devoted Dad, big brother and kind hearted friend.
with the whole family, 2011 at Bondi

Jim, his beloved son Corey, and partner Alicia, on a boat, of course.

 He lived his life with a passion for boating, fishing and a true care for others.  Jim leaves the pride and joy of his life, son Corey, partner Alicia and "Tankster" his four-legged pal. 

A key member of the Hadden and Williams families, we mourn his passing along with his large family, who have been staying with us for almost sixty years. Our thoughts today are with his sisters Susan Hadden-Ion (Jim) and Carolyn Hadden (Colin), and stepbrothers of the late Dave Williams (Carol), Rob Williams (Sherry), Jennifer McCann, Jeff Williams (Rhonda), Stuart Williams (Melandro), and Alice Williams (Bryan).   Mostly, though we remember him as part of our Bondi family, here, with his family, and his fishing boat.

Quietly devoted, Jim left a positive impact as a former board member of Windsor Seniors Centre, teaching Sunday school and to his friends Cam, Jeff and Carol and the Trillium Gift of Life. Jim was a proud part of the Insurance-Investment Business in Windsor for over 40 years

 If you so desire to honour Jim's memory, the family request a random act of kindness or donations to the Windsor Police Association - Fishing Derby. - See more at:

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