James Funeral Home

8 S Prudy Street
Sumter, South Carolina 29150
Sumter County
(803) 773-9523

Check with James Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Sumter, South Carolina location.

Contact the James Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (803) 773-9523.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that James Funeral Home can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.



The James Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Sumter, South Carolina. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Sumter, South Carolina and Sumter County.

Sumter, South Carolina Obituaries and News
James D. Blue July 14, 2014

During the 1990s he taught algebra and computer science at Thomas Sumter Academy and later at Wilson Hall School. Surviving are one son, Mark Douglas Blue and his wife, Cynthia, of Wilmington, North Carolina; and two grandchildren, James Douglas Blue and ... (Item)

James Allen Koon July 03, 2014

He worked for Burlington and BGF for over 35 years in different areas of the country, including South Carolina ... The funeral was held on Monday, June 30, 2014, at 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Joiner-Anderson Funeral Home. Burial was in the Georgia Veterans ... (Cleveland Daily Banner)

James “Jim” Adkins, 63 June 16, 2014

Funeral services for James "Jim" Adkins, 63, of Bluffton, South Carolina, were held on Saturday, June 14, 2014, at the Mitchell Family Funeral Home with Pastor Craig Marshall officiating. Military honors were performed by Veterans of Foreign Wars harry C. (Times-Republican)

James William ‘Billy’ Dyer Jr. June 16, 2014

James William “Billy” Dyer Jr. of Leesburg, and formerly of South Boston, died Thursday ... 2014, at 4 p.m. at Powell Funeral Home Chapel. Those wishing to give memorials should consider the Halifax County Cancer Association, P.O. Box 1891, Halifax ... (The Gazette-Virginian)

From the NCCU Archives : History of African-American Funeral Homes in Durham June 06, 2014

During segregation, white funeral homes were not interested in competing for black bodies due to the wall of segregation. Due to Jim Crow segregation and the lack of mortuary science education in North Carolina, many black undertakers had to receive ... (Durham Herald Sun)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Orangeburg, South Carolina
I have attended several funerals at your chapel within several months. Facilities are excellent but would like to make a suggestion. For the funerals that have an overflow into the foyer there should be some kind of audio so all can hear the services. Also, additional chairs set up for old people like me who cannot stand for a long period of time. Only suggestions but sure would help.
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Greenville, South Carolina
I have been there msny times. It is a lovely place. A place to remember your fruends with nyour friends.God Blss!!! ELeanor Ballenger
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Winnsboro, South Carolina
This is for my Aunt Sis who was not just a Aunt to me but like a mother too. Aunt Sis never complained but she sure would keep you in line. I will never forget the best times of my life when I was suppose to be coming to Aunt Sis for the summer and it turned out to be the best times of my life. Aunt Sis would have to sendthe forces out to find me and my cousin Bill because I didn't want to come home. It was like yesterday. I can still smell the breakfast she would cook fore me and the fried chicken in the evenings she was the best Aunt anyone could ask for. Aunt Sis I am going to miss talking to you and all the good times I had with you. You always stuck up for me and I will love you forever in my heart. God Bless you and keep you safe and warm until we all meet again. I Love You from the bottom of my heart!
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Seneca, South Carolina
Seneca Mortuary no longer exists. Why is it printed with local funeral homes. The business closed yerars ago and the building burnt to the ground.
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Sumter, South Carolina
My family is interested in getting a headstone on my mother and father grave. My mother is buried at ST.Johns my father at Mt.Pisgah
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