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Nearene (Lasscock) James

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March 02, 2013
Rewritten by: Annajo Cantrell Limore

Nearene James passed away May 14, 2001 at Wellington Hills Nursing Center.

Nearene James was born Dec. 16, 1920 at Center Hill, AL to G. C and Wilma (Pierce) Lasscock, married Clifford James on Aug. 26, 1940.

Services were May 18 at the Merritt Chapel followed with burial at Greenwood Cemetery under direction of Black's, Shipman & Merritt Funeral Home, Eufaula.

Survivors include her husband; a daughter and son-in-law, Carla Jo and Bill Shiner of Nevada City, CA; a son, Stoney Hal James of Redding, CA; three grandchildren, Mike Shiner and wife Joana of Brentwood, CA, Rob Shiner of Ft. Collins, CO and Cody James of Tucson, AZ; two great-grandchildren, Ross Shiner and Jennifer Shiner of Brentwood.

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