In Memory Of:

Jamey Flores
Army

Served in Fort Benning, GA; Fort Polk, LA; Camp Casey, Korea, Iraq / MOS 11-C infantry
Home: Salem, Oregon
Hobbies: building with Legos, camping and fishing.
Jamey had a unique sense of humor, thoughtfulness towards others, and he adored his children.

Jamey “Bubba” Ray Flores June 18, 1974 – January 3, 2009 SALEM – Jamey Ray Flores passed away on January 3, 2009. He has a very large family including his wife and five children.

Jamey Ray was with the National Guard in Salem and had the rank of E-4. Jamey had a tour of duty in Iraq in 2003 and was scheduled to deploy again in the near future. Jamey was in the active Army for two years and did a tour in Korea. Jamey Ray enjoyed the outdoors. Fishing with daughter, Cassie. Working in the yard was always something Jamey found relaxing. Camping and hunting were also something Jamey enjoyed. Jamey and his son, Aaron would take weekly trips downtown to look at the “Budda Stores” and when there was some down time, Jamey liked to be a “Lego” engineer with all the children. Spending time with his family was very important to him. He was an avid reader and enjoyed quiet time. Jamey Ray was always here if anyone needed a hand. He was always available (mostly with advice). Jamey Ray was a loving husband, father, son, brother and a wonderful friend to all. He will be greatly missed.

“Happy Birthday Brother. We know you are dancing and making people laugh on Heaven’s floor. Words cannot express how much we miss you. We cannot wait for the day we will be able to hug you again. Love Always”