Obit: Oldham, James "Jim" Robert (1943 - 2001)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Oldham, Boon, Curry, Andrews, McCullough, Lowtharpe, Payne, Langreck, Polzin, Givens, Supinger, Longo

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Dec. 2001

Oldham, James ‘Jim’ Robert (18 March 1943 - 7 Dec. 2001)

James Robert Oldham, age 58, of Bonifay, FL formerly of Neillsville, passed away Dec. 7, 2001 at Parkway Medical Center in Decatur, Ala. He was born March 18,1943 in Neillsville, Wis. to Ray and Dorothy (Boon) Oldham.

Funeral services were held Dec.11, at Northside Assembly of God Church in Bonifay with Rev. Ed Bell and Rev. Anthony McCullough officiating. Burial will be made in the Bonifay City Cemetery.

Survivors include his wife, Dorothy (Curry) Oldham of Bonifay; his father, Ray Oldham of Neillsville; one son James of Bonifay; and three daughters, Gala (Bruce) Andrews of Bonifay, Rebecca (Terrence) McCullough of Jacksonville, FL and Debra (Gordon) Lowtharpe of Shreeveport, LA: five brothers, Eugene of Bonifay, Dennis, Gale, Jack, and Leroy, all of Neillsville; three sisters, Erdine Payne, Mary Ann Langreck, and Linda Polzin, all of Neillsville; ten grandchildren, Jamie Givens, Zachary and Jacob Andrews, Kelly and Kayla McCullough, Caleb Supinger, Joshua and Jeremy Longo, and Amber and Sarah Oldham.

Preceding James in death was his mother Dorothy Oldham.



Re: Obit: Oldham, James "Jim" Robert (1943 - 2001)
Contact: dorothy oldham
He served in the U.S. Army for 6 years. Vietnam Veteran. He was a local businessman in Bonifay. He was a volunteer fireman for Bonifay Fire Dept for 23 years. He loved his family and had a host of good friends. He was a good husband, father, grandfather and friend. He is loved and missed by many.




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