James Jason (Jaime) Floyd

James Jason (Jaime) Floyd 33, was born in Limestone, Maine on October 18, 1971.  He was killed July 14th in a two vehicle crash on wet roads, in Edgewood, FL, not far from his home in Kissimmee. Jaime moved to FL in January 2005 and was a highway inspector for the Florida Department of Transportation in Orange County.

Son of Craig Floyd of Stonington and Maureen Reardon of Ocala, FL, Jaime leaves behind two brothers, Shane of Thomaston, CT, Shawn and his wife Maria of Mystic, CT, his Step-mother Sheryl, two Step-brothers, Jeffrey and Kevin Midgley, his Step-father Richard Leiss of Ocala, his Grandparents Robert and Marjorie Floyd of Noank, CT, formally of Quoketaug Hill in Old Mystic, his Uncles Cody and Curt Floyd, his Step-grandfather William Curry of FL, his Uncles Jim and Steven Reardon, along with sister-in-laws, many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. 

Jaime graduated from Ella T. Grasso Tech and applied his carpentry training in the business world. A superior tradesman, his mark has been left on many homes throughout the area, his artistry with sheet rock and wood was highly respected. Jaime was well known to many French and Indian War re-enactors who attended the Quinnetucket Rendezvous and Native American Festival that was so successful for 13 years as a yearly event at Haddam Meadows State Park.

A member and assistant instructor for almost 10 years at Yamashita International Karate’s Mystic Dojo, Jaime was well respected by his fellow Martial Artist’s.

Jaime will be cremated and then driven back home to Stonington, CT, for a private burial with his family as he would’ve wanted it.

A memorial service at the Old Mystic Baptist Church will be held on August 6, 2005 at 10:00. A burial service will be private. Friends and family are invited to visit Jaime’s family home at 55 Laurence Eleanor St. in Stonington at 2:00 PM.