December 18, 2014 was Jim’s Memorial Service at Nelsen Funeral Home
(3785 Strawberry Plains Road, Williamsburg, VA (Google Maps) ) in Williamsburg, VA at 2:00pm.
I posted about it:
If you were not close enough to attend, the streaming video of the event is saved at least for 30 days on
Ustream.tv on Jim’s Memorial Channel:
Below on this page, are thoughts, and links to other pages and posts, as well as Jim’s full Obituary.
I have lost my best friend and soulmate; my gentle, brilliant and loving husband, James Lee Radcliffe,
also known as JimmyLee of the JimmyLee and Bambi Show on CNIRadio.com.
I am so brokenhearted I can hardly breath or think or anything. I will be posting more as time goes on. I just can’t do so right now.
JAMES LEE RADCLIFFE
MAY 17, 1956 – DECEMBER 3, 2014
James Lee Radcliffe was 58 years old. He was born on May 17, 1956 and grew up in Massillon, Ohio. He moved to Williamsburg, Virginia when he was 15 years old and graduated from Yorktown High School, Yorktown, VA in 1974. James Lee Radcliffe was an electronics technician in his own business Radcliffe Electronics in James City County for close to 20 years until 2000 after he and his wife moved from Williamsburg to Dendron VA in 1998.
James Lee Radcliffe is survived by his wife, Francis L Parker-Radcliffe and three stepchildren;
Robin C. Brennan and her husband Michael and their two daughters, Megan and Molly in Vancouver, Washington.
Rachel A. Babson and her husband Roger and their two sons, Roger Daniel and Robbie in Toms River, New Jersey.
Frederick (Rick) L. Parker, Jr. in Phoenix, Arizona.
He is survived by his sister Anne R. Comer and her husband Wesley F. Comer in Florida, as well as their five children; Cynthia E. Ricks, Christina S. Platt, Wesley R. Comer, Matthew J. Comer, and Kathryn V. Comer. He is also survived by his brother Robert H. Radcliffe in Williamsburg, Virginia.
In addition, he is also survived by the following relatives on his mother’s side in Ohio; his aunts Gladys Markley and Doris Sauner, and uncles Dale Henry, Tom Henry, and Merl Henry, as well as various cousins including David Markley, Frank Markley and Guy Markley.
He is also survived by his mother-in-law Bettie L. Bunker, sisters and brothers-in-law Virginia Clark, Susan Crittenden, Roberta Carr, Debbie Cook and her husband Dana Cook, and Jonathan Bunker and his wife Sharon as well as several aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, and grand nieces and nephews.
James Lee Radcliffe was preceded in death by his mother, Marie E. Henry Radcliffe and his father, Homer H. Radcliffe. He is also preceded in death by his father-in-law, Robert C. Bunker.
A memorial Service will take place on Thursday, December 18 at 2:00 PM at Nelsen Funeral Home, 3785 Strawberry Plains Road, Williamsburg, VA (Google Maps). The eulogy will be given by Pastor Dana Mitchell Cook of the New Birth Christian Church in Mt. Airy, NC.
Online condolences may be offered at www.nelsencares.com.
The photo album has pictures depicting things Jim has done, places we both went, friends and family that were important to Jim,
photos he took, pictures of nature at home and during camping trips, places we visited, pets, etc. These are mostly representative of the various events, people, pets. If you have a photo of Jim when he visited, or when you grew up together, etc. please give me a call: 757-941-5469 so we can arrange to get a copy for the photo album.
Adam Ross (@ross549) put up a blog to keep our many friends and family updated on Jim’s condition from the time he went into the Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center (SWRMC) in Williamsburg VA.
As I say, when I am able, I will post more about Jim as I did for my Daddy when he passed away. The difference this time is that Jim was right there to be physically, emotionally and spiritually supportive when Daddy passed away and helped me get through it all. He had intimate knowledge what I was going through when Daddy passed away, because he knew what it was to lose a beloved parent, his Mom, Marie (Henry) Radcliffe back in 1984, a very unique woman who was such a positive influence and encouraged him in his thirst for learning and exploring life to become the phenomenal person that Jim became. I never had the pleasure of meeting Mom/Marie because she passed away two years before we met, but Jim was so awesome at being a storyteller, I really felt like I knew her.
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