Dr. Jamie Buchanan. October 3, 1972 –
September 21, 2012. Jamie passed away peacefully September 21, 2012. He is the
beloved son of Heather Buchanan and the late Barry Buchanan (2002). Jamie will be forever loved and greatly missed by his wife Terina, his boys Brad, Reid and Jay, his mother, his mother and father-in-law Gail and Henry Savard, his adoring sisters Lisa and Lori, his nieces and nephews, his brother-in-laws and sister-in-laws, his aunts, uncles,
cousins and many friends. Jamie was a gifted athlete in many arenas. He chose tennis as his sport of choice and was awarded a full ride tennis scholarship to the University of South Florida from 1990 – 1995 where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was awarded the NCAA award for excelling in both athletics
and academics. Jamie went on to attend Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, Georgia. After graduating in 1999 he
returned to open his practice in Abbotsford. Jamie opened his first clinic in 2000, on Clearbrook Road,
and moved to his McCallum Road location in 2006. Jamie’s understanding of physiology and his healing hands
benefitted many patients. He had a large and devoted cliental. It was Jamie’s dream to develop a healing center offering holistic treatment.
Jamie was a man of industry, integrity and honesty. He had a keen sense of fun and adventure and he has left behind
a great and supportive group of family and friends who stepped up and helped him through this last year. Those of
you who were with him every step of this journey know who you are. He was thankful for all the help he received and was hoping to repay you all one day. A special thanks to Dr.
Natalie who gave Jamie strength and hope and who helped him stay positive throughout his ordeal. During his 14-month battle with cancer, Jamie was an inspiration, teaching lessons of health and wellness, life balance and living in the present. In his words he was a “human being on a spiritual journey.” Celebration of Life will take place: October 19th @ 1:00pm Sevenoaks Alliance Church, 2575 Gladwin Road,
Abbotsford, BC. In memory of Jamie, please support your local organic
farmers and take some time each day to be ‘in the moment’ and appreciate the world around you. He was a bright light
and we are a little brighter for having had him in our lives.