BLAIR, James An­der­son,

Richmond Times-Dispatch - - REMEMBERIN­G -

37, of DeWitt, Va., passed away at home on Tues­day, March 24, 2020. He was born Au­gust 18, 1982 in Peters­burg, Va. Jimbo was pre­ceded in death by his pa­ter­nal grand­par­ents, Jimmy and Ge­orgie Blair; his ma­ter­nal grand­par­ents, Buck and Martha Reams; and un­cle, Ge­orge "Pud" Blair. He is sur­vived by his par­ents, James An­der­son Jr. and Gene Reams Blair; a sis­ter, Martha Su­san Blair Wil­son (Wes­ley); and beloved nephew, Reams Wil­son. Jimbo was also sur­vived by an un­cle and aunt, Andy and Kaye Reams; cousins, Brad (Bethany) and Mor­gan Reams; and other lov­ing rel­a­tives and friends. He was a 2000 grad­u­ate of Din­wid­die Co. High School and went on to earn a master’s de­gree in Ed­u­ca­tion from V.C.U. in 2009. Jimbo’s pas­sion in life was work­ing with chil­dren, which led to his call­ing to teach in Hen­rico and Din­wid­die. He en­joyed fish­ing, tar­get shoot­ing and watch­ing V.C.U. bas­ket­ball and Wash­ing­ton Na­tional base­ball games. Jimbo was a lov­ing and com­pas­sion­ate per­son and a true friend. A pri­vate grave­side fu­neral ser­vice will be held at Ford Sev­enth-day Ad­ven­tist Church, of which he was a mem­ber. In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial do­na­tions may be made to Rocky Run Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion, c/o David Bunch, 19515 Court­house Rd., Din­wid­die, Va. 23841. Ar­range­ments are by Joseph McMil­lian Fu­neral Home of Black­stone, Va.

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