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James B. Sibley, 16

November 14, 2013

A funeral service will be 3 p.m. on Nov. 17, 2013, at Deer Park High School for Deer Park resident James Bryan Sibley, 16, who passed on Nov. 10 in Deer Park.
Born Oct.1, 1997, in Fairbanks, Alaska, he was the son of James and Jacqueline Sibley.
He was a young man full of love. His hobby was sharing this love with those around him. James did this many ways.
He enjoyed art and music, whether he was drawing pictures for his peers at DPHS; or singing along with his favorite song, he was doing it as a way to share his love with those around him.
James also enjoyed football, basketball, golf and a good game of pool.
James was very involved at the Deer Park Youth Center. He was also a regular attendee at Christ Church of Deer Park, where he was baptized and attended their youth group.
James is survived by his mother, Jacqueline; his father, James; two brothers Mark and Nicholas; a sister, Serenity; and grandmother, Joan Hoist. He is also survived by his birth parents, Mark J. Sibley and Bonnie Mae Clift; as well as a half-brother, Joseph; and grandparents, Judy and Larry Welsh and Leonard and Alice Lipkin.
James was welcomed into heaven by his grandfather Gerald L. Sibley.
The family requests memorial contributions by made to the Deer Park Youth Center.

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