James French Jr. Death Shocked Everyone. How did James French Jr. Die?

Dickenson County mourned the passing of James Carl French Jr., a cherished member, on February 1, 2024. 

How did James French Jr. Die?

James, who was fifty-eight, died at Dickenson Community Hospital, leaving behind memories that his family will cherish forever. James spent his entire life in Dickenson County. He was well-known in the community for his unwavering faith and compassionate personality. James Carl French Jr. was born into a loving family and has lived a life marked by the strength of his Christian faith and the warmth of his familial connections. Even though he is no longer with us, his legacy lives on in the hearts of his family, community, and friends. James’ life exemplified the values of dedication, affection, and empathy.

Who is James French Jr.?

James also leaves his significant other, Jeremy Miller, who always supported and was there for him when he needed love and company. James’ nephews, Byron and Taylor French, and his niece, Tiffany French, continue his heritage. His generosity and kindness have influenced their lives, and they will continue to draw inspiration from his memory as they move forward.

Tribute to James French Jr.:

On February 8, 2024, commencing at 12:30 p.m., the Mullins Funeral Home Chapel will be available to friends and family in honor of James Carl French Jr. Beginning at 1:00 p.m., friends and family will be able to gather for a time of reflection and recollection led by Clergymen Grey Edwards. Following the service, James will be interred in the French Family Cemetery near McClure, Virginia. James will find eternal peace in the calm tranquility of nature, surrounded by the affection and memories of those significant to him. As we say farewell to James Carl French Jr., let us take solace in knowing that he will always be remembered by those privileged to know him. As we remember the times we spent together and honor the legacy of a beloved Dickenson County resident, may his memory serve as a source of comfort and inspiration, guiding us through the days ahead.

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