In Loving Memory of

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Mr James Ambler (Jim)

This online book is open to all those who loved Dad and shared in happy times with him.

 

We know that Dad has touched many peoples lives with his generous heart and kind smile.

 

Many of you live with us in Northamptonshire and lots of you live outside of Northamptonshire and that is why we have chosen an online book, so that all of Dad’s family and friend’s can leave there message’s of remembrance.

 

Please write your message’s and memories of Dad for us to treasure for ever.

Book Owner: Dawn Ambler-Dodds
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Dawn Ambler-Dodds

There are no words that can describe both what you meant to us Dad nor the extent of loss we feel.   What we can tell you, is we loved you and will love you eternally. Your sense of family and love of life will keep us in that way of living .   The void left in our lives will gradually fill with new memories that won’t include you but are inspired because of you; your love of travel and making the most of the opportunities we have.  Therefore, In every competition success, every holiday taken and every Christmas pudding lit, will be with you in our heart ♥️   Your charming smile will forever make me smile when I think of you and your big bear hugs keep me feeling loved.   Your time with us is treasured and we will love you eternally – Dawn, Glyn, Imogen and Jasmin xxxx …

Ann

My darling Jim,  My life wth you may not have been a whole lifetime, but was certainly enhanced by being your Wife for nearly 16 wonderful years. You came into my life and brightened it up with that enigmatic smile, your sense of humour, your tolerance and understanding. You were my friend, my soul mate and my husband. I shall miss you more than written words can say. I shall remember all the things we did together, especially the wonderful holidays with all the memories they possess. Seeing parts of the world previously unexplored by either of us. The hours spent talking over our hopes for the years ahead. They will certanly live on in my heart. Our wedding vows said “until death do us part”, and so after an illness bravely borne, death has taken you from me. Be at peace now my love, your suffering is over. Sleep tight, see you in the morning. Love you always. Your loving Wife ANN xx …

Ben Khanna

Being Dad’s best friend you were a constant in my life Jim. I’ll remember you as someone who was always in good humour and provided great friendship to our family. You’ll be deeply missed. xxx …

Mark Butts

Thank you Jim for being a good friend,I won’t forget you and Marlene. Rest in peace  Mark …

Valerie

I will always remember Uncle Jimmy’s heart-warming smile. He made me feel loved and welcomed. I have fond memories of Uncle Jimmy and Marlene in London. We spent time together in the parks and a flower gardens. Me on my little bike and Uncle Jimmy and Marlene close by. This is so sad.  I can only find some comfort knowing that Uncle Jimmy is now together with Marlene. Lot of love to you Dawn and Paul . Xoxox …

Lisa, Leebert, Nicole and Family

On behalf of my dad, he would like to express his condolences. He remembers Jimmy as a kind hearted guy and would always be proud to know he could have been his best man at their wedding back in 1972! It was a lovely time and so many memories to be cherished. May he rest in peace and have a great time in heaven with all the angels. Love you all forever and a day!   …

Deborah Maharaj

My lovely memories go back to the 70’s when Marlene married Jimmy . Always looked forward to seeing him, enjoying his sense of humour and welcoming warm smile. He will be missed and may he rest in eternal peace and sunshine. Thanks for giving us the gifts Paul and Dawn    …

Heather

I hadn’t seen Jim in over 30 years but have such wonderful memories of him and the family from my childhood. I was always made to feel so welcome and loved going to Tweed Close for play dates and sleep overs especially in the ‘new extension’ I feel so terribly sad that Jim was taken so suddenly but grateful for the happy memories that we can all share.  …

Vivienne

A true family man and friend that will be missed.People may forget what you said, people msy forget what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel Jim .  xx …

Nicola Baker

Jim I don’t think there’s enough space to sum up all my many wonderful memories from the last 30 years, from picnics on the bus when you’d take Dawn and I shopping, to when I used to sleepover and get treated to breakfast in bed. We’ve had so many laughs over the years and I’ll keep your memories alive and retell your stories to Imogen and Jasmin.  Thank you for always making me welcome and making me feel like one if the family.  RIP XXX Nicola …