paid to popular Burnham-On-Sea man, who has died at 35
of tributes have been paid to a popular Burnham-On-Sea man who has
died at the age of 35.
Griffiths died on April 30th at a hospital in London after suffering
complications following a major heart operation.
a former pupil at Highbridge's King Alfred School, was a familiar
face in Burnham-On-Sea.
and family have paid tribute to him as a caring and considerate
person who had an upbeat, positive attiude to life.
family said in a statement that he "was the best son, brother
and uncle ever. He couldnt fight anymore, we miss him."
suffered from Marfan syndrome, a genetic disorder which affects
the bodys connective tissue and leads to heart defects and
lens dislocation. He
worked for Weston Hair and Beauty, delivering supplies in the area.
funeral service will be held this Friday (May 12th) at Sedgemoor
Crematorium, starting at 11am.
social media, many tributes have been posted. Lauren Day wrote:
"I am beyond sad, James has always been my hero."
Bradley added: "James will be missed by everyone who had the
pleasure to have known him, our thoughts are with you and your family."
Milsom, owner of Salon FX in Weston-super-Mare, wrote: "He
always had a smile when he delivered to my salon. Even when his
smile was hard to give he did always give one."
Knight wrote: "James was a special person and I feel privileged
to have had him as a friend."
Stacy Sutton said: "You dont meet many people in life
like James, he showed me great kindness and support. He had many
friends but he never made you feel one of many. Even in the most
challenging circumstances he always approached life with humour
and wit. He will always be in my thoughts and I will miss him forever.