Jaime Lynn Nayman, age 33, of Robbins passed away Monday evening, September 16, 2019 at her home after a hard fought battle with cancer.

A Celebration of Life event will be held Sunday evening, September 22, 2019 at her home in Robbins. Family and friends are invited to attend.

Born in Columbus Ohio on October 14, 1985, Jaime is the daughter of Terri and Brian Nayman. Jaime was home schooled and after graduation attended Sandhills Community College where she completed Basic Law Enforcement Training and began working towards obtaining her Paramedic degree. She later changed her medical focus from people to animals. Jaime had a passion for animals and, if we are being honest, preferred them to people most of the time anyway; she went on to complete a degree in Veterinary Medical Technology at Central Carolina Community College and was working as a Registered Veterinary Technician at Banfield Pet Hospital.

Jaime is survived by her longtime boyfriend, Jay Owens of Robbins; Mother Terri Pryor Nayman of Aberdeen; Father Brian and wife April of Carthage; sisters Trish Nayman of Foxfire, Rebecca Nayman of Aberdeen, Kelli Nayman of West End; brother Danny Nayman and wife Angie of Raleigh; maternal grandmother Carol (Bobbi) Long of Aberdeen.

Jaime had a strong Christian faith, one that she maintained and that maintained her after her diagnosis earlier this year. We are fairly certain that she is being reunited with her late dog Mieka, and will have all of the other heavenly animals well groomed and trained by the time their owners arrive.


Celebration of Life: September 22, 2019 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


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  1. This is being sent to Danny as a reminder that he has strong and faithful support wrapped around him during this time of loss.

    Danny we will be checking in with you frequently.

    Your friends at Vidant

  2. What a truly beautiful young woman! Her spirit will continue to burn brightly in all the lives she touched, including mine.
    I love you dear sweet girl!

  3. My heart aches for all of you. Jay, stay the strong, loving man you have been for Jaime. Terri, it doesn’t seem right for a mother to lose a child. Yet God gave His, for us. I wish I could get Jim there to be with you all Sunday, but he isn’t walking well at all. Know that his thoughts and prayers are there with you. Love you.

  4. I’m so sorry for the loss of Jamie to your family. She was a wonderful girl my greatest memory of her was her training her horse Angel to bow. she will forever be 15 in my thoughts. May your flight to Heaven be glorious. Love Rayna

  5. Jaime is now home with her Lord forever and will waiting for us when we arrive home too. Jaime was very special to so many and her courage in facing her affliction was a testament to her Faith. Teri, thank you so much for your support after your move from Tulsa allowing Jaime to call me once a week to share the friendship we developed in my class at COTM.
    We will all miss her but we will see her again and enjoy her presence forever ! God bless your family and all of Jaime’s friends ! Wish I could be there tomorrow to share in the Celebration of Jaime’s life.

    Father Jon

  6. I have had the blessing and honor of being a small part of Jaime’s life. When I think of her – ‘force of nature’ always comes to mind. She was an amazing young lady —- full of life! She said what she meant and meant what she said. I love her and will miss her on earth —- but I will see her again. My thoughts and prayers for comfort, peace, and strength to all her family.

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