OBITUARY

James Rodney Scruggs

November 23, 1945June 17, 2018

James Rodney Scruggs, 72, of Lynchburg passed away Sunday, June 17, 2018, at his residence. Born November 23, 1945, in Lynchburg, he was the son of the late Rodney Scruggs and the late Algie Thacker Scruggs.

James was a retired truck driver for J.B. Moore Air Freight Company.

In addition to his parents, James was preceded in death by one daughter, Karla Isbill.

James is survived by his love and soulmate, Sandra Turner of Lynchburg; two children, Rodney Lee Scruggs and his fiancée Brooke Harvey of Melbourne, FL and Cheryl Elizabeth Scruggs of Lovingston; two sisters, Beatrice Arrington and her husband Dennie of Lynchburg and Frances Coleman of Lynchburg; three grandchildren, Joshua Isbill of Pulaski, Allison Isbill of Pulaski and Addison Scruggs of Melbourne, FL; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Miller Home or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

To send online condolences to the family, please visit www.whittenparkavenue.com.

Whitten Park Avenue Chapel is serving the family, (434) 845-4521.

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REMEMBERING

James Rodney Scruggs

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Rusty Smith

July 6, 2018

Gone but will always be remembered . We will have one for you RIP we lost a good man.

Katrina Moon

June 24, 2018

My sweet, sweet, dear Uncle Jimmie. When I think of you, only the most wonderful memories come to mind. You had a smile that could brighten any room. Your laughter was just as contagious. When I was little you would always stop by any store just to buy me a Kit Kat. You would say, this candy is named after you! Little did I know that every time I saw that candy I would smile, and instantly you would come to my mind. Thank you for the memory. You are truly missed by me, and the entire family. Thank you for being a light in my life! I'll see you again, and maybe we can share a Kit Kat together in the Kingdom of Heaven. All my love, your Kit Kat Katrina

Sherrie Henson Terry

June 20, 2018

To my nephew Rodney & niece Cheryl & Family,
I was so young when your daddy met my sister Shirley but I'am so glad they fell in love and he became my brother -in -law
I have so many memories i will hold close to my heart forever. Jimmy was so funny ,witty and very smart and he loved everyone and everyone loved him so many friends . Sandra I'am so glad you and Jimmy found your way to one another and fell in love so much and I know you hurt too but keep your memories alive and know that Jimmy loved you too. Bea and Fran I'am so sorry about your brother I know the hurt and pain but keep the joy the memories and omg. all the laughter he brought into your lives and your hearts will over flow with pure happiness forever.
Jimmy I'am so glad we had our time together before GOD took you home I left your home a few weeks ago walking out your door you left me laughing and thats the way I want to remember you . I love you Jimmy until we meet again R.I.P

Proctor & Bootsie Harvey

June 19, 2018

Rodney, our prayers are with you and All of your family. I know You were very close and will miss your Dad greatly. We are here to help in anyway we can. God bless you......

Terry DeJarnette

June 19, 2018

so sorry for every ones lose, family friends and Sandra , he was so friendly to all he met, never forgot a name, he will be missed by so many, prayers for all

Teresa Brooks

June 19, 2018

So sad to hear of the passing of Jimmy, he was such a sweet person...
I remember him from the old Gulf station, back when I was a teenager he used to always stop me & carry on foolishness, even back then...he never changed! Prayers for his family & all his many friends, I'm sure he will be missed!
R.I.P.

Phillip Gleason

June 19, 2018

Sandra, will miss jimmy a lot. Always enjoyed seeing him at the stadium and around town. Hope you are doing ok.

FROM THE FAMILY