OBITUARY

James Edward Wingfield

October 31, 1942February 9, 2021

James Wingfield, 78, died February 9, 2020. Jim was born in 1942 in Shreveport, Louisiana to Edward and Lula Wingfield. His father was a career airman in the Air Force and his mother was a secretary.

Jim graduated from C.E. Byrd High School in 1960 and briefly attended Louisiana State University. He worked as a building materials salesman most of his life.

Jim was an active member of First Baptist Church and his Bible study group. He loved playing golf and being around his family and friends.

Jim is survived by his son Jason & Jessica Wingfield and their daughter Anais, and his daughter Monica Wingfield Givens, her husband Chris Givens and her daughter Sophie Mecca. Jim is also survived by his sister Luanne Williams and his nieces Lisa Briskie and Laurie Harrison.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Edward and Lula Wingfield.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to First Baptist Church.

A visitation for James will be held Sunday, February 14, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Alabama Heritage Funeral Home, 10505 Atlanta Highway, Montgomery, AL 36117. A burial will occur Sunday, February 14, 2021 at 2:00 PM at Alabama Heritage Cemetery, 10505 Atlanta Highway, Montgomery, Alabama 36117. A funeral service will occur Sunday, February 14, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, 10505 Atlanta Highway, Montgomery, AL 36117.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, February 14, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, February 14, 2021

Memories

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Karen and Randy Hill

March 5, 2021

Several months ago we saw Jim and had a delightful time chatting with him. He was always so nice to us. Praise God our friend is HOME. It is not goodbye, but see you later.

Oli and Judy Jacobsen

February 22, 2021

My wife and I have wonderful memories of Jim. We always appreciated visiting with him when we were at Panera for a meal. We will miss his fellowship in the Lord and his testimony for the Lord. His life reflected the life of Christ in the way he related to us. He was a blessing and will be missed.

Overton Gibson

February 14, 2021

Lifting Jim’s family and friends in my prayers. He fought a good fight and I will miss my friend. I had no doubt how much he loved his family.

Shirley Haase

February 14, 2021

Ed and I send our condolences to Jim’s family. It was a pleasure to know Jim and be members of First Baptist , especially the Bible class we shared. We will truly miss Jim. He was always friendly and greeted us with a smile. My fun memory is when I gave Jim a LSU lanyard that I got for him at a SEC weekend in Gulf Shores. He was so happy to get it.
Shirley and Ed Haase

Allison McKinney

February 13, 2021

I absolutely loved working at Panera Bread with him. We joked around as we worked. I remember him flirting with the ladies who came in. I will truly miss him.

Brenda Ash

February 13, 2021

It was a blessing to have known Jim. We would always greet each other with jokingly calling each other “Old man” & “old Lady” respectfully. Of course during football season we would express our opinions of his LSU Tigers & my Auburn Tigers !
Eastchase Panera had the privilege of Jim as a customer for years before he was hired as a delivery driver & general helper. Jim never minded helping anyone with anything.
He will be greatly missed by everyone at Panera.
My prayers are extended to his family as they mourn the loss of this wonderful man.
God has called an angel home.

Sincerely,

Brenda Ash

Mark and Annice Bloss

February 13, 2021

It has been a blessing knowing Jim. He was such a kindhearted man who cared about everybody he knew. His attitude and personality was infectious. He had a great sense of humor and loved to kid others. His faith and love for God was immeasurable.
He was in our Bible Fellowship class and our dear brother in Christ. We will miss him very much. Geaux Tigers!

Elaine Phillips

February 12, 2021

My heart goes out to the Wingfield family and to Jim's friends and work associates. My husband and I had the great pleasure to meet him at Panera's at Eastchase Mall where he was working. He always had a smile and a joke to share and was so welcoming. Back in August 2020, my husband of 37 years passed away unexpectedly. When I next saw Jim after that, he came up and asked me if I had a "church family and how are you doing?" he would always check in with me. He was a dear friend and a caring person and I know that Jim is in a wonderful place - in Heaven! With care and concern for you all, Elaine

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY