James Daniel Santos

Barrington, Illinois


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James Daniel Santos Funeral services for James Daniel Santos, 30, of Oswego, formerly of Westmont, will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, at the Presbyterian Church of Barrington, 6 S. Brinker Road, Barrington Hills, where he will lie in state from 1 p.m. until the time of services. Interment will be...

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Dear Ve and Lina,

I know how painful it is to lose a loved one and I symphatize with both of you. I wish there is something else that I can do to ease your pain. I will continue to pray for Jembong's soul, may he rest in peace.


I am so sorry to hear about your family's loss. My parents and James' parents were friends long ago. What a great picture of him enjoying life. My deepest sympathies and my prayers are with your family.

Kuya Ve & Ate Lina,
We just learned and deeply saddened about the lost of your son, James.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.

Kuya Ve & Ate Lina,
Very sorry to hear about James. Please accept our deepest sympathy.We know no words can alleviate your suffering.
Baby & Jimmy Cachin

Jim and my daughter, Kristina, became best friends while attending Westmont Junior High School. Within a very short period of time, Jim became a cherished member of our family. Throughout the years, Jim was involved in every important occasion/celebration in Kristina's life. He was there with her through good times and bad. The bond they shared was truly remarkable and very, very special. In February, Jim once again joined our family in the celebration of Kristina's birth --> (Side note:...

I first met James about a year ago at a friends birthday party. Turns out they have been best friends since high school. When I started at BP last summer, we both looked at each other and said "Hey, I know you!!" What a great guy! Always a smile on his face and a story to make you laugh until your stomach hurt. James, you will be deeply missed, but your memory will keep everyone laughing & smiling forever. My heart goes out to his family, and especially to his dear friend...

I had the pleasure of working with James here at BP in IST. No matter the time of day or the crisis he was assisting with, James was always a genuinely nice person. His warm and jovial spirit will be truly missed. May God's spirit guide you and comfort you through this difficult time.

There is just not enough room in this guest book to share who Jim was and what he meant to me. I have known Jim since Jr. High, called him "Doughboy" (not that there was much) in high school, and was able to see the "dough" go when I visited him in California. One quick story: when he moved to California, he said that he asked his father to pick him up a cool car. Jim was thinking something like a '69 Camaro=Cool. When he arrived, I remember him laughing and telling me...

I've had the pleasure of knowing Jim since he became friends with my younger brothers, Wally & Rich Krueger when they were kids. Jim and many of their friends would go to our house when my two brothers were supposedly babysitting our two boys and have parties. The last time I saw Jim was at the dealership my husband, Lou and I work at. He came in for an oil change in Jan/Feb and took extreme pleasure in making fun of Lou and I when we told him that we are going to be Grandparents this...