Edmund James Death, Obituary – He was a retired master barber, a sharpshooter in the Tennessee National Guard, a beekeeper, a cattle farmer, an employee of United Service Equipment Co. for more than 30 years, a Master Mason for 53 years, and a devout member of the Methodist faith. In addition, he was a member of the United Service Equipment Co. for more than 30 years. In addition to that, he served as a member of the United Service Equipment Co. for the better part of three decades. In addition to that, he was a member of the United Service Equipment Co. for the greater part of thirty decades and served in various capacities during that time.
On April 11th, 1932, he made his debut in this world in Rutherford County, which was also the location of his place of birth. Rutherford County was both his birthplace and his family’s county, and it is also where he spent his childhood. 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. Before he went, his sister Oneida James and two of his brothers, J. D. James and William James, also fled. In addition to that, he left earlier than they did. When everyone found out that he had passed away, they were all taken aback by the news. His family includes his wife of 65 years, Navetta (Arnold) James, one brother named T. R. James who lives in 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