James-Dorsett-Obituary

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James C. Dorsett

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Sending my love and prayers to you all. My dear brother Jim was such a joy to grow up with and always full of laughter. He brought much joy to our home. I am 96 now, his oldest living sibling and I'd have given anything to have seen him one last time. With Love,

We were sadened to hear your father's passing. You and the family will be in our thoughts and prayers during this time.

May God hold you close and give you peace to know that Jim has joined Addie, Edgar(Eck) and other family members in heaven. That will be a great reunion day.

OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AT THIS TIME OF SORRY. I ALWAYS THOUGHT A LOT OF UNCLE JIM AND ADDIE, THEY WERE SPECIAL. GOD GIVE YOU COMFORT AT THIS TIME.

My sympathies to Uncle Jim's family. I remember the good times we used to have at Pop's, and playing with the cousins. My prayers are with you.

Sandra and Glenn, we at West Side share in your sorrow at the loss of your dad. The both of you were very caring and devoted to seeing after him since dear Addie died.
They will both be remembered by us.

Sending our sympathy to the family. I have good childhood memories of him, especially his humor & laughter. You are in our thoughts & prayers during this time.
Ken (Kenneth) Dorsett & family.

Sending heartfelt sympathy to the family. Uncle Jim was special, I will always remember his wonderful laughter. keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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James C. Dorsett, 89 of Roanoke, Virginia died Friday, July 5, 2013 at South Roanoke Nursing home. He was born in Winston-Salem, NC on March 30, 1924 to the late Ida Bevins Dorsett and Everett Richard Dorsett. James had a large family of 13 siblings. In addition to his parents, he was...

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