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Saturday, February 26, 2011

James R. Tucker, 65, of 23 W. Third St., Emporium, PA

James R. Tucker, 65, of 23 W. Third St., Emporium died at DuBois Nursing Home, DuBois on Friday (February 25, 2011) morning.

He was born June 22, 1945 in Jamestown, New York a son of the late Robert and Ruth Wilson Henderson

Mr. Tucker graduated from Panama High School in Panama, NY. He was a milkman, for many years, throughout Cameron and Potter Counties and also worked in a vending business. He was a member of Emporium Lodge #382, F.and A.M.. He enjoyed fishing, the outdoors and talking with people.

his former wife: Sandra Stuart Tucker, Emporium
Daughter: Lisa Tucker, Emporium
Daughter: Leslie, Mrs. John Santamaria, Salem, VA
Son: Ryan Tucker and his wife Dennise, Emporium
Daughter: Bailey Tucker, Emporium
10 Grandchildren and 1 Great Grandson

Preceded in Death By
Parents: Robert and Ruth Wilson Henderson
Step father: Vernon Henderson

There will be No Visitation.

A Memorial Service will be held at the Free Methodist Church, 240 East Fourth Street, Emporium on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 11:00 AM with Rev. James Eastman, Pastor, Abundant Life Tabernacle, officiating.

Memorial Contribution may be made to the DRMC, Hospice Program, 100 Hospital Avenue, DuBois, PA 15801

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

1 comment :

Andy said...

Our hearts go out to the Tucker family at the time of loss. I remember Jim from when I was a little guy and he used to deliver milk to our house. The one thing that will always stick in my mind is the time that he deliverd milk and my dad had rattlesnakes. Jim walked on the porch and stuck his face down by the cage to see what was in the cage and tapped on the glass...about that time the snake struck at the glass and there was milk all over the porch. You will be deeply missed Jim....