Hugh “Jay” Dinwoodie

Date of Death: February 12, 2018
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It is with great sadness that the family of Hugh “Jay” Dinwoodie announces his passing on February 12, 2018 at the age of 67 years after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his loving wife Leslie Rosana Magno Dinwoodie, his children David James Dinwoodie, Douglas Robert Dinwoodie, Laura Miriam Dinwoodie, and SkyelerContinue Reading

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Ann & Rick Flowers left a message on March 2, 2018:
In memory of Hugh "Jay" Dinwoodie, Ann & Rick Flowers lit a candle
Matt Clarke left a message on February 25, 2018:
For Jay's Family, First and most important - my deep sympathies for you all and hope for healing and comfort! I am a colleague of Jay's from Kaiser Permanente and although Jay and I never once met in person - we developed such a natural friendship over webex and calls over the years! I was sort of drawn into Jay's world during a few programming related events where I consulted with Jay and his team to provide some technical consultation and program development for him. We fell into a really comfortable friendship and I had the absolute privilege to know Jay who I respected deeply. It wasn't until the past few months that we realized we both shared a love of music and Guitar playing in particular! I too, have been playing all of my life. I was excited to share pictures of my Guitar's and music room with Jay one day only to be astounded by the pictures he sent back sharing his Guitar Museum!! It was one of those - Ok - You Win Jay moments and I told him so! It was such a fun realization to find that someone else had such passion for something other than work at Kaiser! I was completely stunned when I learned of Jay's passing as, due to his strength, courage and bravery (in my opinion), I didn't even know he was battling Cancer. Again, although Jay and I never met in person face to face - we were making plans to play music at some point and share in that time. Jay had a significant impact on me over the past number of years and as our time here can be unexpectedly short - this event makes me want to let others know what they mean and how valued they are. So, to Jay's family - I valued Jay's influence in the time I knew him and hope you will all become aware that he had that same impact on others. Again, my profound sympathies for your loss! Matt Clarke
Steve Perry left a message on February 21, 2018:
We'll always be playing together , slightly out of tune , slightly off key , but always playing together.............
ART DJ Rock 'n' Roll left a message on February 21, 2018:
"Since you been gone" No words to express my deeply saddened how deep is my depression since I got the news of my dearest friends Jay's passing, now Jay was surely with God where there is no more pain only joy and happiness because Jay was a wonderful man, he was a great father, brother, husband, friend. Heaven must be beautiful right now, since they got you. My deepest condolences to his family. Jay will be surely missed and I will never be forgotten. You will always be in my heart forever Jay! \m/ May his soul Rest in Peace, Jay Dinwoodie \m/ my best (brother) friends forever. ART DJ Rock 'n' Roll from Thailand
kevin marchand left a message on February 19, 2018:
A great friend of mine since we met in the Philippines. We will all truly miss his smile and laugh his courage and dedication to making things right and done properly. He has gone way too early my condolences to Les and Skylar and all of his family. Always here for you Kevin, Regie and family..
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Karen Endelman left a message on February 16, 2018:
I am profoundly saddened by the loss of Jay and though it cannot compare to the loss that his family feels, know that his passing has touched so many people. Jay was my manager at Kaiser and more than a co-worker, Jay was a friend. He had a big heart and would give anything to anyone if it were within his power to do so. When Jay and I talked about non-work, he often said that I reminded him of his sister. I cannot think of a greater compliment since I know he loved her dearly. I hope that knowing how many people loved him will help you get through this trying time a little easier.
Norma P. Capule left a message on February 16, 2018:
My family is extending our sincerest condolences for your loss. Jay was a loving father and husband and a wonderful person. It is not only his family who will miss Jay terribly but everyone of us in the office will surely miss him. May God's perpetual light shine upon him and may he rest in peace.
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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