Family Funeral Care

4925 Summer Ave, Memphis, TN


James Robert Latham

12 June, 198310 February, 2020

James R. Latham, 36, of Memphis, TN, passed away February 10, 2020. He was born June 12, 1983 in Memphis, TN, the son of Don and Sandy (Stettler) Latham.

He graduated from Bartlett High School and SW Community College and spent the last five years working as an audio/visual technician at Nolan. He was an avid fan of the Memphis Tigers; Grizzlies’ and Tennessee Titans.

James was preceded in death by his father, Don Latham; his ex-wife, Jacquelyn Latham; and his grandparents and loving cousin. He is survived by his three beloved daughters who were his world, Isabella, Riley and Lana. He is also survived by his mother, Sandy (Stettler) Pruette; step-father, Ron Pruette; his brother, Steve and sister, Haley; step-mother, Donna Latham and his step-siblings, Reneé, Rachele and Ryan Pruette. He is also survived by his best friend, Aaron Cook and many other close friends, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Family Funeral Care, 4925 Summer Avenue, Memphis, TN 38122. The family will be having a private family service at a later date.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.FamilyFuneralMemphis.com for the Latham family.


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Henrietta Rowland

18 March 2020

James was a good person with a big heart. I worked with him for a few years and I know he loved his kids dearly. He will be greatly missed by many.

Susan James

22 February 2020

Words cannot describe my sorrow for your loss. Our kids all grew up together on Arbor Lane and most of us moved away. We will continue to pray for all of you as you work through the grief. Love from Bob & Susan James

Nikki Strong

21 February 2020

I use to work with a company that used Nolan's. I always knew when I walked in setting up our events if James was there he would take care of it and he did. He always told me "I got you." Eventhough I wasnolder than James he always treated me like a little sister and watched out for me on our events. He will truly be missed.