Monday, 19 October 2009


It is with deep sadness and heavy heart that we announce the untimely death of a very courageous and much loved student Jaye Carroll who died on Monday 12th October aged 16yrs.
After a long fight for recovery from a tragic accident in February 2006 the good Lord took an angel back home. He will be sorely missed by all at Dundee Wildcats Taekwon-Do Academy
Our sympathies go to his Mum (Claire) Dad (Ramie) and little brother (Ramie)
You are all in our prayers.
Jaye's funeral is Friday 23rd Oct at 10 o'clock at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Fintry.

A special young man
You stayed for just a little while
You left with us your cheeky smile.       
Some will never know what you meant to us
And they would probably think, why all the fuss

Your eyes so bright, your smile so wide
We were always there right by your side
Now it’s sad that we have to let you go.
And we can’t help but feel so low

Why does God take the best to love
Up to that great big world up above
We miss you Jaye we always will.
We didn’t want you to be so ill

Now you’re at peace your spirit free
Jumping around heaven full of glee
Sleep now our angel we have to part
In heaven you have a brand new start
We’ll never forget you, you’ll never leave our mind
And we say goodbye just one last time
We’ll say  goodbye and give you a kiss
Now all we can do is reminisce

To Jaye
Who touched the lives of so so many
Your memory will live on and on
God bless
Dundee Wildcats Taekwon-Do Academy

Text by Unity Kane


  1. If anyone would like to post their condolences to Jayes family they can do so here and we will ensure all messages are forwarded to them.
    You can also write your own personal wee story of your time spent with Jaye. I know there are many of you who cared a great deal for him and loved him.
    Sleep in peace Jaye God bless you son xxx
    Unity & Gerry

  2. our thoughts and most heart felt sympathy is with all the family. he will be missed but not forgotten.

    may he rest in peace

    kane, hayden, liz and kev

  3. My deepest sympathy to Jaye's family and friends but more so to all those that never got the opportunity to meet a a young man that had a spirit and courage that we could all learn from.

    Rest in peace Jaye, I know you are much loved and will never be forgotten.

    Stephen Gell