Edward James

Died: Mon., Oct. 16, 2017

Dressing Ceremony

2:00 PM Tue., Oct. 17, 2017
Location: Burns Mortuary

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Music by The Piano Brothers

In Loving Memory

“Five Crows”

Edward A James


Born                           Died

February 18, 1937              October 16, 2017

Pendleton, Oregon              Pendleton, Oregon


Dressing Ceremony

Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 2:00 pm

Burns Mortuary of Pendleton, Pendleton Oregon


Traditional Native Services/Midnight Meal

                                                 St Andrews Mission,         Mission Oregon

Sunrise Burial



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Julia Broncheau
   Posted Mon October 16, 2017
loves and may the peace be with you and sure will miss you and your laughs .. an memorys of u called me "Bacon" ... yum-na-nic

Harold Halfmoon
   Posted Thu October 19, 2017
May you Rest In Peace Eddie! I am a former schoolmate of Mr Eddie James from St Andrews School days. Date back to the 50's.
I recently composed a story along with a photo of all of the St Andrews School basketball team from 1950 something.
I brought it to his house to share with him. His daughter told me that he was resting and couldn't be disturbed. Too bad, I hadn't seen Eddie for years before that.
I offer my sincerest condolences to the Eddie James family.

Herb Cargill
   Posted Fri October 20, 2017
I was very happy when the boys from St Andrews finished grade 8. That meant the Saint Joe's basketball team would be receiving some excellent talent for the high school team. Eddie had the flattest, low arc jump shot I have ever seen. I believe it was developed in the gym at Saint Andrews with the low ceiling. He made it drop at just the right moment it was over the basket. I have many fond memories of Eddie. He is alive as long as I am alive. Peace and comfort to his family.

Tony Cargill
   Posted Fri October 20, 2017
Eddie personified enthusiasm. He played basketball with speed. He was a team player. I was four years behind him in school. Eddie's grin was a permanent friendliness that displayed his nature. Eddie filled a place no one else can perfectly replace. Knowing that Eddie walked on is a reality of life. Knowing Eddie and his wonderful happy attitude is part of the reality he shared with me and the world of people who gained the privilege of knowing him.

Clifford Stanger
   Posted Tue October 31, 2017
You will be missed 5 Crows! Nixyaawii games wont be the same with out you in your fave spot... Luv and prayers to all.

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