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July 12, 2012

Tara Jamieson, Lauren Lane Decor: Goodbye My Friend

It is with great sadness and heavy hearts to say that on Saturday, July 7, Tara Jamieson, founder of Lauren Lane Decor, passed away in a tragic accident.

Tara's family would like to thank all of Tara's friends and colleagues for their condolences.

To pay your respects, please join us for a service in her honour:

    Saturday, July 14, 2012

    Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints - 7017 California Blvd NE

    There will be a viewing at 10am, with a service at 11am.

    A memorial will be held at the Lauren Lane Decor studio following the church service (4020 15A Street SE).

10 comments:

  1. I never met Tara in person. But I chatted with her online. She was such a sweetheart. xo.

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    1. Yes, Tara was always welcoming that way. Thank you for writing, Shannon... your comment is appreciated.

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  2. I also never met her but had tried to order paint from her last week and was having trouble with a phone number. She emailed me back right away and I was just trying again to place the order when I saw her website was closed. So sorry, my prayers are with her family and friends.

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    1. Hi Betty... it was very sudden and a shock to us all. Thank you for all of your prayers -- I will pass your sentiments along to Tara's family.

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  3. I am truly sick about this horrible loss of my "adopted daughter". THere is a huge hole in my heart. Tara was an amazing woman who had so much more to give and to do. What a terrible tragedy.
    Kathy van Gogh

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    1. Kathy, Tara often said that in our conversations :) This has all been so tragic and heartbreaking and I feel for you so much.

      Anytime you'd like to talk, please feel free to give me a call. I believe you have my number from our email exchanges.

      xo, Leanne

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  4. I had taken some classes from Tara, and purchased the calk paint from her. She was an amazing woman living her dream. She was so young and such a hard worker. I did not find out until the day after her funeral. I am so sorry for her family, friends and her 2 dogs who am am sure are all missing her terribly.

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    1. Hello Lana,

      It's comforting in some way to know you and the others who attended her classes had met Tara and spent time with her learning about the chalk paint. Her students ('new friends') and sharing her knowledge were important to her. Thank you for writing -- I will pass these messages along to Tara's family.

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  5. Can someone tell me whah happened to this beautiful young person? I dealt with her only by email or mobile phone and without meeting her , I knew she was a wonderful person.Was she in a car accident?

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    1. Hello... I would like to address your questions but you've commented as Anonymous. Perhaps you could send me an email at leanne@appleboxboutique.com.

      Thank you for your sweet comment.

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