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James Lee Lodwick

March 6, 1955 ~ May 14, 2022 (age 67)


James Lee Lodwick was born March 6th, 1955, in Springfield MO., to James Junior Lodwick and Barbara June Simmons McCullough.  James grew up in Springfield Mo.  At the age of 17 he met Lena Allen and they had 3 kids:  Christy Michelle Lodwick of Berryville Ar., James Eric Lodwick of Fayetteville AR., and Brian Lee Lodwick of Berryville Ar. 

James was preceded in death by his Parents, and the mother of his three kids Lena Lodwick and 1 infant Brother.  He is survived by a brother: Jeff Lodwick of Seligman, sister: Linda Lodwick Jett of Western Grove Ar.,   Debbie Parton of Carr Lane Mo., Glenda Ratliff of Shell Knob Mo., Cindy McCullough of Berryville Ar.

James and Lena built muscle cars for years with their kids and loved to ride motorcycles.  After they divorced in 1995 James moved to Arkansas and started fishing as a hobby.  He loved fishing with his son Brian and his brother Jeff.  He fished many tournaments.  He loved his 11 grand-kids and his 5 great-grand kids and 5 adopted kids: Hannah, Tevon, Tye, Adam and Jazzelyn. 

He lived with his daughter Christy where he passed away at home.  He talked about when he went to Heaven, he would be able to dance again with the love of his life Lena and see his parents again.   Rest in Peace Dad.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday May 21st at 4pm at the Tabernaculo de' Cristo - 404 W. Freeman Ave. in Berryville AR. with Pastor Gustavo Tena 

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Celebration of Life
May 21, 2022

4:00 PM
Tabernaculo de Cristo
404 W Freeman Ave
Berryville, AR 72616

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