JAMES-WHITLOCK-Obituary

JAMES WHITLOCK

Boulder City, Nevada

Aug 30, 1933 – Dec 6, 2018

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JAMES WHITLOCK James Nathaniel Whitlock, passed away December 6, 2018. James was born August 30, 1933, in St. Louis, Missouri to the parents of Leslie and Thelma Whitlock. Jim was raised in St. Louis, Missouri, where he received his education and graduated from high school. He later moved to San Francisco, Calif. James' career started at Fisherman's Wharf, he then moved on to Stauffer Chemical and later retired from ICI America in 1992. James had three children Dorian, Marco and Jan. In 1957, Jim met Janice J. Wilson Blankenship and they married in 1958. Upon marrying Janice, he gained two more children. "Honey" as she was affectionately called, described him as a "genuine gentleman." The love that they shared was so strong, which cannot be described in words. James Whitlock was a very kind and loving man. He enjoyed baseball, softball, and his family. Janice aka "honey" was his world!!! James was preceded in death by his parents, Leslie and Thelma Whitlock; and two children, Dorian and Jan. Precious memories shall forever be cherished by his wife, Janice J. Whitlock; children, Marco, Janice and Alvia; grandchildren, Malakia, Stancy, Sharesse, Ivan, Daron, Ernestine, Marco Jr, Marguerite, Shawn and Jan; Rojane Hall; and a host of other great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. Service will be provide. Family and friends can sign an online memorial guestbook at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com

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Very sorry for the lost of your loved one May God the hearer of prayers comfort you during this difficult time and give you strength. 2 cor. 1:4

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your loved one. When someone we love falls asleep in death the memories we have of them become our treasure, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends and may those cherished memories of a life well lived and God's promise at John 6:40 ease the pain of your grief during this difficult time.