In 2006, Dementia lost a great Dementia DJ, Dementia Fan, and freind,
and a great Dementia artist just a few weeks later.
Jamin Peace, aka DJ Blindwulf passed away on Oct 1st, 2006 of heart
Logan Whitehurst passed away on Dec 3rd, 2006 of brain cancer.
Both will be sorely missed in the Dementia comuninity. Here's more info
on Logan and our tribute to Jamin.
of Jamin Peace AKA Blindwulf
Jamin Scott Peace
10/5/2006 - Jamin Scott Peace, 27, of 3000 W. Yale Ave, Denver, CO,
formerly of 2545 Palm Road, Jamestown and 60 Scranton Hollow Road,
Warren, died unexpectedly on Sunday, Oct.1, 2006, in his home.
A Colorado resident since February 2005, he was born Aug. 31, 1979, in
Jamestown, the son of Kevin D. Peace and Jody F. Lane.
Jamin was a 1999 graduate of Falconer High School, in 2004 he earned
his bachelor’s degree in speech communication from Edinboro University
and was presently enrolled at Colorado School for the Blind in Denver
to further his living skills and develop his motivational speaking.
He was an On Line DJ for DementiaRadio.org. While a student at
Falconer, he was active in the Musicals South Pacific and Hello Dolly
and performed in solo competition for NYSMA. He was also active in
Junior Guilders from 1991 until 1999 and performed at Disney World,
Lincoln Center, Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN, Macy’s Day Parade,
County Fairs and many local appearances.
Jamin was happiest when on stage and making people laugh. Even with his
multiple disabilities he never complained. He truly enjoyed music with
humor in it and was a great inspiration to others.
Surviving are his mother, Jody and stepfather, Robert H. Servis of
Jamestown; his father, Kevin and stepmother, Kathie Peace of Warren;
two brothers: Joel B. (Chloe) Peace of Jacksonville, Fla. and Cody L.
Peace of Jamestown; a sister, Alexis L. Servis of Jamestown; a
stepbrother, Samuel T. (Billie Jo) Andersen of Warren; two stepsisters:
Jamie K. (Robert) Shorts and Diedra E. (Dustin) Stewart, all of Warren;
his paternal grandmother, Virginia Peace of Olean; and many aunts,
uncles, cousins and step nieces and nephews.
Jamin was preceded in death by his paternal grandfathern George Peace;
his maternal grandparentsn Edgar F. Lane and Fay Ann Lindell Lane; and
his stepbrother, Jody S. Andersen.
A Memorial Service will be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday in Kingdom Hall of
the Jehovah’s Witnesses, 180 Martin Road, Jamestown. John Lindquist,
his uncle, will officiate. Burial will be in the Green Cemetery, Great
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday in the
Lind Funeral Home.
The family suggests that memorials be made to Jehovah’s Witnesses North
Congregation, 7 Rugby Place, Jamestown, NY, 14701.
From the Dementia Radio crew, You will be missed greatly. Keep em
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