James Washburn Obituary, Death – Jim, who had reached the age of 77 when he passed away on November 8, 2022, did not struggle in any way in the days leading up to his death, which took place in the convenience of his own home. He had passed away on that date. He was a loving husband to Jane, an attentive father to Dawn, and a proud grandfather to “Bumpy.” Everyone in his family and the many friends he had will miss him very much, particularly in his previous positions as a local referee, a police officer, and a GF retiree. His passing will be deeply felt by all of them. The loss of him will hit each and every one of them very hard. The death of him will have a profoundly negative impact on each and every one of them.

There will be a memorial service held for Jim at the Banbury Crematorium on Monday, November 28, at one o’clock in the afternoon. The event will begin at the crematorium. There will be a service conducted there. The funeral home or crematorium is going to be the location where things get started. Your extended family believes that it would be wise for you to dress in a way that would allow you to feel at ease and secure in who you are as a person. They think it would be smart for you to do this because they think it would be smart for you. They advise that you carry out these steps.

You are welcome to leave contributions in memory of Jim that will be given to the British Heart Foundation in the offertory box that will be present on the day of the funeral, on our website at, or by sending a check to the following address: Edd Frost & Daughters Family Funeral Directors, 14 Canada Close, Banbury, OX16 2RT. These contributions can be made in any of these ways: in the offertory box that will be present on the day of The British Heart Foundation will receive these contributions as they are collected. Donations can also be made online through the website ( in the form of a credit card payment.

Even though only members of Jim’s immediate family are allowed to send flowers in his memory, anyone else who would like to make a donation to the British Heart Foundation in his honor is more than welcome to do so. The memorial service for Jim will be broadcast live on the internet for those individuals who are unable to attend the service in person but who would still like to offer their condolences and pay their respects to Jim’s family and friends. You can submit an email requesting information on how to watch the webcast by addressing it to If you would like information on how to view the webcast, you can request this information. The email address is given in the sentence that came before this one.