James-(Peanut) Vest, Sr.-Obituary

James Franklin (Peanut) Vest, Sr.

Lynchburg, Virginia

1936-2008

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Jeff,Rhonda,Frank and J.D.,
I am so sorry to hear about your dad.Last time I saw him he was at the cemetary as we were burying our mother Linda Keesee.He was in good spirits and enjoyed talking to him.Rest in peace James.may God bless you all!

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Peanut was a special friend of my Dads. They worked together at Quality Foods. Peanut was there for us when my Dad passed away. My prayers are with you all.

Our prayers are with the family. I used to be a coach and friend of his son J.D. at TRBC. May the LORD BLESS.

vest family:
My thoughts and prayers will be with you. I remember playing penny poker with Peanut on the weekends. He was a special person.

I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help at this time.

J.D.and Family,
My thoughts,and prayers are with you,at this time of grief. Peanut,and I had a speical bond,and I loved him with all my heart.He was always around joking, and laughing, and calling me his (SHANG) That was his nickname for me. Even if my heart hurts now, I just think we will meet,again in that wonderful place called heaven.Please accept my deepest sympathies.

J.D.and Family,
My thoughts,and prayers are with you at this time of grief. Peanut, and I had a special bond.I loved him with all my heart.We will meet again in that wonderful place,and that relieves my griefing heart. I"ll always be his (Shang). That was his nickname for me.Please accept my deepest sympathies.

Rhonda and family,
I was so sorry to hear about the lose of your dad. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

Betty

J.D. & family --
You and your family are in my prayers. You all know I loved both of your parents very much. I know all too well the feeling of losing both parents and my heart aches for you all now. Just remember to lean on Christ for His grace, comfort and peace.

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James's Obituary

James (Peanut) Vest, Sr. passed away in Lynchburg, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for James are being provided by Whitten Timberlake Chapel. The obituary was featured in The News & Advance on March 12, 2008.