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470 Massachusetts Avenue
PO Box 882
Acton, MA 01720
Phone: 978-263-5333
Fax: 978-263-8193
James Stormhorse (James Mancuso) Sandborn

James Stormhorse (James Mancuso) Sandborn

Monday, August 26th, 2019
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It is with great sadness that the family of James Stormhorse Sandborn (known by some as James Mancuso) announces his passing, at the age of 51 years, on August 26, 2019. James will be lovingly remembered by his mother, Anna Kularski, his sister, Laura Foley and their families. James had many friends, among whom were those he'd known since childhood, the people he worked for and with and also his cherished community of Native Americans.

James made clear his wish that there be no service upon his time of passing. Memorial donations in celebration of his life may be made to:

Save the Children
501 Kings Highway East, Suite 400
Fairfield, CT 06825

or to:

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America
2502 N. Rocky Point Drive, Suite 550
Tampa, FL 33607 - or a local office in MA or NH

All he wanted out of life was to help people and to be kind to those who found themselves, for whatever reason, to be disadvantaged. That's the best any of us can hope for. Thank you, everyone, for your compassion at this time in our lives.

Please visit James' memorial page at actonfuneralhome.com to leave a condolence and for memorial gift information.
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Jim Bissell

Posted at 09:10pm
To Jamie's family, I am so sorry for your loss,please accept my sincerest condolences,.
I knew jamie,(back when he was still called Jamie) ,
At the Ayer Comic book store,where I worked at,he was a regular customer, (who in fact, I believe took over the comic book store ,many years Later ).
Jamie was a realy cool guy, with a wicked sense of irony & humor,he was a big fan of 2000 A.D ,a british science fiction publication,Robert crumb, art books,and Japanese animation (Anime),
among other things.
he loved to hang around and just talk,
What I remember most is his laughter.
I have only just now learned of his passing,and I am very saddened.
Best wishes
Jim Bissell
AS

Acton Memorial Library Staff

Posted at 03:37pm
In remembrance of James' dedication to volunteer work with the Friends of Acton Libraries, Acton Memorial Library staff have donated several books to AML in his name. "New Poets of Native Nations," "Highway of Tears" and "This Land is Their Land" were selected to honor his Native American heritage and involvement. They have also donated "Super Dad Jokes" in memory of the many jokes he told them over the years. Each book is marked with a commemorative book plate and will circulate in the general collection.

Lori Smith

Posted at 10:05pm
My grand children and I met James at the Native American Pow Wow in Milton, NH, nine years ago....our first reaction was giggles as he was making other kids laugh. Such a man of integrity, friendship, joy and love. To watch him dance, you knew he felt it in his soul. He always had an outstretched hand to anyone who needed it. His smile was infectious. You couldn't help but smile with him. He is missed by many. I told my grand children that when they hear thunder, that's James getting ready to dance in the Skyworld.

Katie Lynn

Posted at 09:41am
I met James at a pow wow. He was such a kind and compassionate man. Since that first pow wow I met him at he would always go out of his way to see my best friend and I and give us a hug. He was also great at coming up to us and whispering something hilarious in our ears. James also came over to us one day and told us to pick out a pair of earrings he made. I still have them to this day. Pow Wows will never be the same without him. My condolences to his family. 💕
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gghawk

Posted at 02:01pm
he will be missed by many children and adults.r.i.p. storm horse.i will se you dancing in the sacred circle again.

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