SSF Firefighter Engineer Jason “JJ” James Recovering from Renal Cancer Surgery

South San Francisco, CA   December 21, 2019

Please share your words of encouragement as our own South San Francisco Firefighter Engineer JJ recovers from cancer surgery. It must be so off setting, to be the one that is always there to help others, now to be out of the game – for an inning!
You got this JJ, and #SSF has you!

South San Francisco Firefighters wish to send our continued love and support to one of our own. We were recently shocked and saddened to learn that our brother, Engineer Jason “JJ” James, was diagnosed with renal cancer and needed surgery to remove the tumor as well as his kidney. After successful surgery he is now at home recovering. While to road ahead will have its challenges, we will be there to support our brother and the entire James family every step of the way. You’ve got this JJ!- SSFFD FB pg

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Cathy
Cathy
1 year ago

James, you are in my prayers. I am a survivor, a warrior too. I fought the fight and I can offer support and be there for you and your family. Leave me a return lil message. I will send a prayer request to Sister Briege to pray for you in the Name of Jesus. She has many miracles. I will also ask the Carmelite Community of San Francisco and Santa Clara to add you to their list of healing prayers too. My very best to you James and your family for a blessed and happiest New Year 2020.
God bless your successful healing journey.
My daughter Debra’s maid of honor Nicki is your Captain Todd Rael’s wife.
Sincerely
Cathy your SSF Neigbor.

Tom
Tom
1 year ago

Hello James,

It’s people like you that come to our rescue each and every day. Rest assured that you are very much appreciated! A speedy recovery and all the best to you and you family.

Thomas Lapuyade

SSF. CA.