Guest Book for Jimy Sidlar Bebonang

Provided by Island Funeral Home Limited O/O Simpson Funeral Home Limited

Posted by: Christine, Sunny and Ogeequa
Sat October 08, 2016
Dearest Chinookie and Moxy,

The Jimy memories in my mind are all in slow motion, complete, joyful and real.  He saw all angles, and always chose the joy to be the thing he carried forward.  I'm so glad to have his special brand of magic touch our lives and the many blessing of his being.  He filled our lives with so much to be greatful for now and always.  He will always be a guide to the best in people, creation and creator.

Love to all,
Christine, Sunny and Ogeequa

Posted by: Gary Farmer
Sat October 08, 2016
My sincere condolences to family and friends.  I have not seen Jimy in years but spent many quality hours singing and playing music in and around the Vancouver area.  Jimy had a wonderful playful spirit.  He will be missed.  aHo.

Posted by: Marsha Coffey
Sat October 08, 2016
Jimy was a deep wise  dynamic magical spirit who conjured joy wherever he went. Through his music, his laughter, his gentle loving kindness and sincerity, he made people feel special, understood and appreciated.
I am so grateful for the Jimy times and adventures. I wish there could have been many more.
I know he's singing and dancing and flying high with the Eagles
Rest in peace beautiful spirit.
You'll be always remembered and cherished for the special gifts you gave.
Love and condolences to Elisha, Moxy and Jimy's  whole family.

Posted by: Angelle Marcotte
Sun October 09, 2016
I had the privilege of meeting Jimy a few years ago. He was a soft spoken gentleman with a smile on his face at all times. My thoughts and prayers are going out to his family at this time. I will miss his gentle ways and friendliness....God Bless.

Posted by: Boo Watson
Sun October 09, 2016
I'm so glad that my son and my daughter and some special old Toronto friends got to meet Jimy, who visited me often and even lived here for a while. One can't properly describe or explain Jimy, you had to experience him. From the moment we met I understood he was from the future, and the past, and more spirit than body. I first walked the land of my farm on Thanksgiving weekend 2007, and gave thanks for the chance to live on Manitoulin Island, and now exactly 9 years later, I give thanks, ironically, for the friendship and mysterious magic of a very special Anishnaabe Nini. May Elisha and Moxy, and all Jimy's family and friends, bask in the warm light that he brought into all our lives.

Posted by: Cotnee Kaboni
Mon October 10, 2016
Aanii Elisha and Moxy, My Condolences on your Dad (Grandpa)'s passing. My prayers and thoughts are with you. R.I.P Jimy.