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James Henry Doyle

August 16th, 1945 - November 1st, 2010

DOYLE, James Henry, 65, of Tampa, passed away November 1, 2010. James was born on August 16, 1945 in Springfield, Massachusetts to James and Mary Katherine (Rodgers) Doyle. He is survived by his sister, Carol Bender, family and friends. James was loved and will be missed by all who knew him.

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Ron McElveen

Saddened to hear of your passing but God is faithful to give us rest when we are in need of it. Fondest memories of the Doyle household on Ola and the many hours enjoying Aunt Kitty and Uncle Jim, Carol, Gramma Doyle and faithful boxer dog (tail would wag his whole body). Fishing trips to Anclote Island w/overnight stays on the abandoned lighthouse property and lots of Speckled Troup and Grassflat Grouper. Those were the best of times. Love and best wishes to you, Carol, Barbara, kin, and friends from Ronnie McElveen, Pinson, Alabama. I would love to hear from y'all.

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Tom

Dear Jimmy, the old days were the best days when we caught over 100 fish in one day, played cards with your mom and dad, and cooked fish for my dad's church. All of those years of wonderful friendship and now, you can rest in peace, my brother. Love, Tom

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Kathy Waters

We had a great time growing up together in Tampa. So sorry for your losing you and hope to see you in heaven when I get there. God Bless You Kathy McElveen Waters

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