James Jewett Obituary, In Loving Memory Of James Jewett

James Jewett Obituary, Death –  Wheeling Hospital was the location where James Allen Jewett, who resided in Wheeling, West Virginia and was 82 years old at the time of his death, spent his last moments on March 29, 2024. The members of his family were all around him. His parents, Clarence Jewett, who had passed away, and Josephine Smith Jewett, were his parents. He was born on January 31, 1942, and his parents were deceased.

Jim enlisted in the United States Navy after completing his education at McKinley Vocational High School. He served for a period of four years aboard the USS Springfield during his time in the Navy. After working for Ohio County Schools for a total of twenty years, he made his way to Valley Camp Coal, where he was engaged for a duration of eighteen years. After Jim retired, he worked as a bartender at Wakims in Elm Grove for a period of twenty years. He was there for a total of twenty years.

Jimmy, as his friends called him, was a passionate fan of Jamboree in the Hills. Due to his absence, he wasn’t able to attend the event for more than one year. The activities that he enjoyed doing the most were spending time with his family, going fishing, going camping, and having a cold one with his friends. Moreover, he delighted in the company of his close companions. Both of his sisters, Sandra Paoletti and Barbara Haller, as well as both of his parents, had already passed away prior to his passing. As a result, their deaths came before his own.

Jim is survived by his wife, Patty Wade Jewett, to whom he has been married for the past 39 years, his brother, Clarence “Bud” Jewett, who lives in Valley Grove, his children, Jamie Jewett Temple, Julie (Ed) Gornik, and Jodie (Matt) Bell, all of Florida, Brian (Jenn) Barnes of Baltimore, Maryland, Eric (April) Barnes and Adam Barnes, both of Wheeling, and a large number of nieces, nephews, and friends. Jim is also survived by his wife’s family.

As the services are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, at ten o’clock in the morning, Pastor Deb Dague will serve as the spiritual leader. Kepner Funeral Home, which can be found in Wheeling at 166 Kruger Street (304-242-2311), will be hosting a reception on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, beginning at 2:00 PM and continuing until 8:00 PM. At that location, family and friends are strongly invited to show up.

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