Edmund James Obituary, Death –  I would be very appreciative if you could take a few seconds out of your day to respond to the well wishes that I have sent your way. This morning, at a very early hour, Mr. Edmund James’s final chapter of his existence on earth began to be written. He passed away shortly after. The information is offered in the form of a visual representation, which can be seen in the image that can be found below; it illustrates the particulars of his wake. This can be found in the image that can be found below. Before he was even born, both of his parents, Joseph Floyd James and Vera L. (Wilson) James, had already passed away.

His mother’s name was Vera L. (Wilson) James. His mother’s name was Vera L. (Wilson) James, and her maiden name was James. The woman who gave birth to the man gave her name as Vera L. James. He was his mother and father’s son. He was their son. His sibling J. D. James, his brother William James, and his sister Oneida James all passed away before to his passing. He was the only sibling to survive all of his other relatives. Everyone was shocked when they learned of his passing away, as it was a surprise to everyone.

Navetta (Arnold) James, his wife of 65 years, one brother named T. R. James of Murfreesboro, two sons named Zachary Wayne James (wife, Ginger) of Midlothian, VA, and Van Keith James (wife Audrey) of Murfreesboro, grandchildren named Landon James, Brogan James, Rebecca Malone (husband, Tyler), and Jonathon James (wife, Brittney), and great grandchildren named Deklan Malone and Kaden James, in addition to other At the Jennings & Ayers Funeral Home on Sunday, July 30, 2017, there will be a visitation with the family beginning at three in the afternoon and running until six in the evening.

This will take place on the day of the funeral. The funeral home will serve as the location of the viewing and visitation. This event is going to go on as scheduled, so don’t worry about that. The funeral home that is caring for the body will also serve as the location for the viewing and the visitation that will take place there. In the chapel at Jennings and Ayers on the morning of Monday, July 31, 2017, at ten o’clock in the morning, there will be a service held in honor of a deceased individual. The ceremony will get under way at 10 o’clock in the morning. Mark Rosson and Nancy Allen, who will both carry out their responsibilities as officiants during the course of the event, will serve as hosts for the ceremony.

The burial will take place at the Coleman Cemetery after the funeral ceremony, which will be performed at the funeral house. The funeral service will conclude at the funeral home.