James Joseph Bujno
- December 30, 1961 - April 16, 2012
- Grosse Ile, Michigan
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“I worked with Jim at Ideal Technology Solutions/LDMI Telecommunications in the Detroit Data Center. He was a great guy to have on the team. I just...Read More »
1 of 44 | Posted by: Andre Green - Detroit, MI
“Living on his small island, you see or know people through people. I never met him, but saw him around, and I know everyone on Grosse Ile feels this...Read More »
2 of 44 | Posted by: Dean Massalsky - Grosse Ile, MI
“Jim really did live life on his terms, I had the pleasure of working with him at DPS, he was a fun guy to work with and one you would never forget...Read More »
3 of 44 | Posted by: Paul Peters - Mesa, AZ
“We are so sorry for the loss to the family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all.
4 of 44 | Posted by: Richard & Kazimiera Kuligowski - WA
“So much can be said about you and your life. Gone are the days of me having to yell at you and Matt during Euchre for trying to cheat. I am going to...Read More »
5 of 44 | Posted by: Joe Salisbury - Lincoln Park, MI
I wish I would have told you how much I enjoyed joking around with you, talking to you on a personal and professional level. We go back to...Read More »
6 of 44 | Posted by: John Ormsby - West Bloomfield, MI
"You are killing me here"
"Rack em up loser"
"ya pizza for breakfast. you got a problem with that"
That hearty laugh.
Your un...Read More »
7 of 44 | Posted by: TJay Densmore - San Diego, CA
“James was that kind of guy who drove through life with one foot on the dash, the radar detector on, the pedal to the floor. Kind of a shock to the...Read More »
8 of 44 | Posted by: Robert Kuligowski - Mesa, AZ
“I worked with Jim for about 10 years, both at DPS and ITS/LDMI. News of Jim's passing on is heartbreaking and I am thinking of and praying for Darcy...Read More »
9 of 44 | Posted by: Annie Kinney - Saint Charles, IL
“Jim was one of my technicians in the early 90's. He was like a bull in a china shop and a lot of fun. He lived life pedal-to-the-metal. You either...Read More »
10 of 44 | Posted by: Ed Rothacker - Oak Park, MI
“You will be missed by of your DPS friends. I will never forget riding with you in your truck. Everytime was new adventure. I will keep you and...Read More »
11 of 44 | Posted by: Jeff Rader - Cincinnati , OH
“Dear Darcy and Family,
Sorry to read about Jim. He was a kind hearted person that lived a very full life. It is very sad when someone you love so...Read More »
12 of 44 | Posted by: Corey
“I still cannot believe you are gone my friend. I was looking forward to our next encounter in Battlefield 3. Jim was a great, goofy man who always...Read More »
13 of 44 | Posted by: Jon Leszczynski - Warren, MI
“I remember the first time we played pool together. You said you would teach me the right way (Jim's way of course) and you did. You are loved and...Read More »
14 of 44 | Posted by: Allison Stauder - Riverview, MI
I will always remember the great times I had staying with Aunt Caroline and Uncle Stan,playing with you Sandy and Kenny we have some...Read More »
15 of 44 | Posted by: Reyne Bujno - Patterson, GA
“Jim- you will be missed by many and forgotten by few. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
16 of 44 | Posted by: Billy, Kelly and Kids - MI
“Jim you always will be remembered as my friend and like a bother to me. You and Ken made me fill like family. You are missed And will never be...Read More »
17 of 44 | Posted by: Greg Robertson - Uncasville , CT
“So glad to know you, and call you my friend. I will always look out for your family. Love you Jim.
18 of 44 | Posted by: Stacey - Trenton, MI - Friend
“I can't imagine how painful it must be to lose someone you love so much. I am truly heartbroken for you. I am praying for your family to find peace...Read More »
19 of 44 | Posted by: Lisa Benoist - Trenton, MI
“Counting the number of months, I had not known Jim for very long. But Jim made me feel like I’d known him forever because of the openness and...Read More »
20 of 44 | Posted by: Kim Cyr - co-worker
I have very fond memories of you while I spent a lot of my childhood visiting with you Sandy and Kenny.Always had a great time you, you were...Read More »
21 of 44 | Posted by: Reyne Bujno - Patterson , GA
“I had the pleasure of knowing Jim through ANX. He was a unique man with a great heart; one with abounding energy and spirit. With heartfelt...Read More »
22 of 44 | Posted by: Linda Abar - Grosse Pointe, MI
“We are both shocked to hear about Jimmy. He was bigger than life and quite the character. Living his life was just a big playfield. Our thoughts and...Read More »
23 of 44 | Posted by: Alan & Rhonda Kuligowski - AZ
“You were and always will be the true rebel. It was a pleasure to have known have you. You were a mentor to me in learning the ropes in the IT world....Read More »
24 of 44 | Posted by: Bobby Skeens - Plymouth , MI
“Jim was there at my time of need with my uncle. I will always be gratful for that.
25 of 44 | Posted by: Eileen Bujno - Jackson, MI
“Jim was one of my best friends in High School. He will be remembered well. Rest in piece my friend.
26 of 44 | Posted by: Kevin Sautter - Sumerduck, VA
“The arms that were open wide to welcome James home, are also wrapped tightly around those left behind to remember.
27 of 44 | Posted by: Pat Petroline - Brownstown Twp, MI
“My heartfelt sympathies and prayers go out to all of the Bujno family. I'm so very sorry for your tremendous loss.
28 of 44 | Posted by: Julia Kovach - Grosse Ile, MI
May god keep you safe always. You will be missed. Until we meet again on that big boat in the sky. You will always be in our thoughts and...Read More »
29 of 44 | Posted by: Ryan and Krystn - Brownstown, MI
“May God hold and keep this family and help them through this period. My heart and prayers go out to you all. Jim was a nice guy and he will me...Read More »
30 of 44 | Posted by: Rose Reed - Mount Pleasant, TN
“Jim and I were teammates when we played Little League Football. We went through school together, and played sports together, He was always a very...Read More »
31 of 44 | Posted by: Paul Bigler - Knoxville, TN
“It was a pleasure knowing Jim and he was a good friend. Always remember his laughter, he was a funny guy. R.I.P. Jim.
32 of 44 | Posted by: Thomas S. Samson - MI
“It was a honor to have you in my life as a friend and a pool mate. May you Rest in Peace until we meet again..be ready for a pool game. Love Ya Man!
33 of 44 | Posted by: Chrissy - Ecorse, MI - Friend
“I love you so much uncle jimmy . You were my euchre partner every family gathering. You always made me smile. I will never forget how amazing of a...Read More »
35 of 44 | Posted by: Matt salisbury - trenton, MI
“Dad, you were honestly a great man and i love and miss you dearly. youll forever stay close to my heart and i know youre watching over me. ill make...Read More »
36 of 44 | Posted by: Allison Bujno - grosse ile , MI
“Darcy and family- Ryan and I are so terribly sorry for your loss. Jimmy was a really great guy, so much fun to be around. Always had a crazy hat on...Read More »
37 of 44 | Posted by: Krystn Babij - Brownstown, MI
“My Prayers are sent to the family,,so so sorry for your loss....Jim was a really exceptionally nice man..Sure loved his boat that is for sure...that...Read More »
38 of 44 | Posted by: Debbie Allen - Grosse Ile, MI
“I know how hard it is to lose a loved one, my heart goes out to you and your family during this very difficult time. My thoughts and Prayers are with...Read More »
39 of 44 | Posted by: Nicole Neidy - Flat Rock, MI
“Jim was one of the first people I met when I joined ANX. I spent the first 6 months I was there, at the desk next to him. Very frequently we would...Read More »
40 of 44 | Posted by: Barry Chapman - Ypsilanti, MI
“Jim, you will be deeply missed! As too many of my foundest memories start with Jim, and his zest for life! From the pool table to the lake, he...Read More »
41 of 44 | Posted by: Tom Beatty - Shelby, MI - Friend
“So sorry for your loss, please know you're in my prayers. Love, Lynn
42 of 44 | Posted by: Lynn Gardner - Gibraltar, MI
“It was my pleasure to know you as a fellow pool player and friend. May god treat you as good as you treated the ones on earth. Rest in peace my...Read More »
43 of 44 | Posted by: Michelle - Wyandotte, MI - friend
“I feel fortunate to have known Jim, he was one of those rare people who you will remember forever. Always himself and uncompromising. My sincere...Read More »
44 of 44 | Posted by: Jonathan Hale
Bujno, James Joseph. Age 50. April 16, 2012 of Grosse Ile. Beloved husband of 15 years to Darcy. Loving dad of Allison Bujno. Cherished son of Stanley and the late Caroline Bujno (nee: Miazgowicz). Dearest brother of Sandra (Mark) Salisbury and Ken (Laurie) Bujno. Loving uncle of Joseph Salisbury, Matthew Salisbury, Danielle Hackett and Ian Bujno. Also survived by other loving family and friends. James enjoyed bowling, playing pool, golf, riding his motor cycle, dirt bikes, hunting, boating, snowmobiling and playing video games. Earlier in his life he also enjoyed skiing. James was employed with ANX eBusiness Corporation in Southfield. Memorial contributions to honor James' life may be made to the donor's choice.