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Chris Hurd

Pam, Jessica, Carrie and family, My heartfelt sympathies for each of you. Jim was always kind and welcoming. I enjoyed that about him. My thoughts and prayers for each of you.

Tammy Kelly

Dr. Pam and the entire family, My condolences and prayers to all!

Jimmy Atchison

Hey dad, just wanted to tell you that I miss you bad. Until we meet again, my mind will always talk to you. Love you dad!

RAYMOND LANE

Condolences to family 🙏🙏

Carrie Dosio

Will miss your crazy MC Hammer dancing! Domino's will never be the same again. Thank you for loving my mom and crazy family so much!You will be very missed but you will always be loved!

Anna Marie Farro

Dr. Atchinson, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Warren Wilvert

Jim, you will be missed by friends and Family. As a brother-in-law, you were the BEST ! Keep the robotics running upstairs. God Bless ... 🙏

Maureen

Always had fun hearing about your adventures and playing Dominoes!!!!

Ann Marie Rose-Emmons

Rest In Peace Jim and sending lots of love to you, Pam, I’m so sorry.

Judy Kresloff

Condolences to you, Pam, and your family. Jim was a gentleman and a gentle sour. We always enjoyed being with him.May he Rest In Peace and send you smiles and good memories

Terry & Randy Dotson

Pam...Saddened to hear of the passing of Jim. What a fun guy! May your many wonderful memories help to sustain you at this time. In our thoughts!

Dayna and Chris Quillen

Our condolences to the entire family. Pam we will keep you in our thoughts in the coming weeks and months. 💗

Kay Carter

Jim was the best man I have ever known. Rest in peace my dear friend

James Reuben Atchison, Jr.

2022-09-24

James R. Atchison, Jr. passed peacefully on September 24, 2022, in Fernandina Beach, FL after a short illness. Formerly from Dover, DE, Jim graduated from Caesar Rodney High School, was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and later an employee at Chrysler Corporation in Newark, DE.

Jim is survived by his wife of almost 30 years, Pamela Ann Wilvert Atchison, and six children, Amy Atchison, James R. Atchison, III (Emily), Aaron Jelliffe (Melissa), Carrie Dosio (Tom), Jessica Maxwell, and Nicholas Fedirko (Amber). He is also survived by 18 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

Interment at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date.

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