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Jamie tragically died in the devastating Christchurch Earthquake. He was trapped in the rubble after running from the Iconic Bar in Manchester Street where he worked.

A trust fund has been set up for Jaime's children, Levi (age 2) and India Rose (6 Months).
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Christchurch Earthquake Victims

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    • A stunning young man lost to his family and community

      Jaime Gilbert was my son's good friend. They had been mates at high school, were in bands together for rock quest, shared a love of music and both lived life to the fullest. Jaimie loved life, his family and friends. He was gentle, kind and would do anything for anyone. I remember thinking he was one of the politest teenagers I ever met!
      He was witty, intelligent and a unique individual, who embraced live, both its joys and challenges.
      I talked with him recently about how life can throw shit at you but you can choose to take a path that you will grow from, learn from and step up onto that new path.
      He was so excited to be a dad!
      To his family; Natalie, Vicki and Robert Amy and his Whanau and his two little babies, Levi and India I wish you peace eventually, love and all my best wishes, he will be missed terribly!

      Jacqui Taylor. Christchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, March 01, 2011

    • Deepest Sympathy

      So sorry to hear of your loss - kia kaha to you and your wee one at this terrible time. I cannot begin to imagine your despair and sorrow - but please know that all around the country, people are feeling your pain and sending their love. All the best to you and your family

      Lorna Plant. Auckland, New Zealand. Friday, February 25, 2011

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