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James V. Spruill

James V. Spruill of Accord, NY, died Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at his home. He was 93 years old. James was born on October 16, 1916 in Roxobel, NC, he was the son of William and Addie (Savage) Spruill.


 


Mr. Spruill was honorable discharged from the United States Coast Guard having served as a Steward’s Mate, Second Class during WWII. He worked as a Chauffer for the Nevele in Ellenville for many years.


 


James is survived by his wife Bettie S. (Moore) Spruill at home whom he married in 1975, their daughter Jean Ray Judge of Atlanta, GA, his brother Rudolf Spruill of Roxobel, NC, three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.


 



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Guestbook

Raina Whan - February 17th, 2010 at 6:42pm - Email
Jimmy embodied the essence of our community-spirited blues jams: love, and a beautiful feeling of connection among people enjoying wonderful blues music together. His ready smile and strong positive spirit, impeccable presentation of 3 piece suits, and occasional appearance on the dance floor are unforgettable, inspiring memories. I miss him, and feel he will always be with us.

megan James-lopez - February 6th, 2010 at 4:04pm - Email
Jimmy was always dancing with his eyes, even when he wasn't on the floor. Full of life and spice. I shuldv danced one more dance. Love, Megan

Barry Koffler - February 6th, 2010 at 3:49pm - Email
It was an honor to know Jimmy and to have gotten to spend time with him at the Blues jams. His style and grace were exceptional and he will be missed. His spirit will live on with us.

Big Joe Fitz - February 6th, 2010 at 12:46pm - Email
Jimmy was a true gentleman in every sense. He was the epitome of style and grace. His kind and generous nature was a pleasure to be around, and the way he enjoyed music and his friends and all the good things in life was a teaching to us all. Rest on Jimmy. Thank you for the times we spent together. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and his many friends.

KAREN RINALDI - February 4th, 2010 at 9:44pm - Email
JIMMY WILL BE MISSED SO VERY MUCH...IT WAS A PLEASURE...NO...AN HONOR TO KNOW HIM AND I AM GRATEFUL FOR THE TIME'S WE DANCED...GOD BLESS

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