Stojsin, Dimitrios “Jim” Mita

Dimitiros “Jim” Mita Stojsin

The Man, The Myth, The Legend.

Passed suddenly Sunday September 13, 2020 at the age of 61, after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Diagnosed with Glioblastoma in January 2020, Jim fought through 2 brain surgeries and many rounds of treatment.

Jim and his wife Brenda spent 2 fabulous years in Corona Del Mar, CA after Jim landed his dream job. Sadly, their time was cut short when Jim was rushed into emergency brain surgery in California. After, he had to return home to Canada and fight for his life, not able to return to his home away from home. He enjoyed the last few months of his life surrounded by his loved ones, seeking as much quality time and adventure as his body would permit.

Jim was a loving husband, devoted father, published author, conspiracy theorist, blog writer , alien hunter, animal lover and self-taught computer guru. Jim was not your average man, he pushed the envelope, thought independently, and walked to the beat of his own drum, all things that made others love the man they endearingly called “BigStoj”.

Jim grew up in Toronto, the only child of Milorad and Helen Stojsin, both immigrants to Canada. He married the love of his life Brenda and welcomed 3 boys into the world. Jim will forever be missed by his wife Brenda, his sons, Ryan and his partner Cheyanne, Kyle and his wife Amy, Craig and his wife Angelica.

Jim has many extended friends and family members who were more like siblings that will dearly miss their “brother”.

“Remember when you were young
You shone like the sun
Shine on you crazy diamond”

–          Pink Floyd

 

To honour Jim’s wishes cremation has occurred. A celebration of life has been planned. Details to follow.

In leu flowers a GoFund me page has been set up to aid the family with Jim’s substantial medical bills incurred in California. Jim’s Family Fund & Medical Expenses, organized by Craig Stojsin

3 replies
  1. Betty and families Scotland
    Betty and families Scotland says:

    So sorry to hear of Jims death my prayers and thoughts are with cousin Brenda and the boys and their families also to the extended families Jim was a true gentleman he made me so welcome to his and Brenda’s home when I was last in Canada rest in peace till we meet again .

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  2. Ena and Lida Sikkes
    Ena and Lida Sikkes says:

    Dear Amy, Kyle and family. We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time..Sending you hugs!!!
    Love
    Ena and Lida

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    • Frank
      Frank says:

      To my dear cousin Brenda the boys and their family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all, I have many awesome memories of Jim and will cherish them all, Jim was a great man, friend and I’m lucky to say he was my cousin, RIP Jim and God Bless
      Love always
      Frank and Rhonda Kelly

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