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James C Cochran
March 29, 1995 ~ December 5, 2023 (age 28) 28 Years Old
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James C. Cochran, 28, of Warren, PA passed away Tuesday, December 5, 2023, at his home. He was born in St. Mary’s PA on March 29, 1995, the son of Terry Cochran and Kristen (Wollen) Cochran.
He was a graduate of Mohawk High School in Lawrence County, PA and was Protestant by faith. James liked learning new things and meeting new people. He was an animal lover. James enjoyed computers and corresponding with his friends. James had an infectious smile that would brighten anyone’s day. One of James’ favorite pass times was taking long walks along the river and spending time with his dad.
Left behind to cherish James’s memory are his father, Terry Cochran of Warren and his maternal grandparents Gene and Charlene. He is further survived by his aunt Jennifer, Uncle Edward Cochran, Aunt Vickie Cochran, and two cousins Rachel and Jenny. He was preceded in death by his mother Kristen Cochran, his paternal grandparents Edwin and Elizabeth Cochran and his aunt Angie.
James’s family will welcome family and friends on Saturday, December 9, 2023, from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Borden Funeral Home in Sheffield, PA. Services will follow visitation at 12:00 pm, with Pastor Ruth Ann Varotto presiding. Burial will follow at Roses Cemetery in Marienville, PA. To leave a condolence for James Clair Cochran, please visit www.bordenfuneralhome.com.
A FATHER'S TRIBUTE!
I want to thank everyone for coming today.
James was/is/will always be my son. I was the first person James ever saw and I was the last.
I changed his diapers, taught him to ride a bike, and how to cook a steak. I was there through the highs and lows.
James had been fighting the darkness for many years and no one, no matter their expertise can truly know another person’s mind. James was a dazzling light often under the lid of depression. But, when the light shone through, it was breathtaking.
James was a kind person that would help anyone, he never harmed anyone, he had many friends. A lot of these friends were people he never met in person, but All were his loyal friends.
I hugged my son every day and told him I loved him, even though he would turn his head and pretend it annoyed him.
Many events of loss came into James short life, people and pets. Kitty his cat was dear to him and when James was younger, Kitty would always come in the house at James’ bedtime to go straight to his room and lay with him until he fell asleep.
What could we have done? What did we miss? Who’s fault is James’ death? No One’s, not even James. I want no one to blame themselves. The light of James life still shines, still dazzles. I still tell him I love him.
I will see James again and he’ll grin and we’ll hug and I’ll tell him I love him. But this time he’ll say to me, come and see Dad, I want to show you the glory of the Kingdom of Heaven.
James is now free of the darkness and knows only the light.