James Axmacher Obituary, GoFundMe open for James Axmacher

James Axmacher Obituary, Death – On December 26, 2022, an online source reported that James Axmacher had passed away in an unexpected manner. During this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with  James Axmacher and his friends. We are sorry for their loss. James Axmacher unexpectedly passed away and is no longer with us. His passing came as a shock to everyone. It has been made known to the general public that James Axmacher has passed away. According to the statement that can be found below, we found out about the passing of the person through a social media page.

Our hearts are absolutely broken to hear about the passing of James Axmacher. We’re very grateful for the time we got to spend with James and for the impact he made on all of us that knew him. One of the best parts of GTS are the friendships we make and James was a friend to everyone he met. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

James Axmacher GoFundMe says; Hi, my name is Denise and I lost my youngest son James in a tragic motorcycle accident on December 20th. He was a young man with a bright future ahead. He had recently graduated from Georgia Trade School for Structural Plate and Pipe Welding. James was excited and looking forward to his next adventure in life.

Our family is devasted. We were not prepared to lose him at the young age of 19. Like many families, we were also not prepared financially to handle the costs of losing a loved one. To add to the pain, the cause and manner of death of James are under investigation. I’m unable to give specific details, but it will most likely be necessary to hire a private investigator and lawyer to get justice for him.

It’s extremely important to us to give James the proper memorial service his beautiful soul deserves. We also desperately want to be able to seek justice for his untimely death. We are trying to raise funds for a memorial service and investigation into his passing.

Any donations will be extremely appreciated and used for the memorial and investigation. All money left over afterward will be donated to a charity in his name. He was passionate about motorcycles and welding. We are planning to split any leftover funds between a charity for fallen motorcyclists and a scholarship to the welding school he attended.