James Evans Plummer

1948 - 2022

James Evans Plummer, 73, of Lewisville, passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by family and close friends on August 4, 2022. He was born on November 30, 1948 in Burbank, California to Evan and Jane Plummer. He was a proud Vietnam Naval Veteran. His career was spent as a nationally recognized mixologist. He enjoyed serving the members of the Forsyth Country Club since the late 90s, especially his friends in the Men’s Grill. He will be remembered for his love of sports, music, dancing and his selfless character. For those who knew him best, his unconventional sense of humor will be surly missed. James is preceded in death by his parents, Eugene and Jane Plummer, brother Robert Plummer (Renee), granddaughter Neaveh and Uncle Franklin Adams. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Candyce, brother Donald (Desira), sons, Brad (Gina), Richard (Tina), William, Donald (Lawrence), Jacob-James (Adam), Grandchildren, Franklin, Jordan (Dajana), Tabitha, Levi, Angela (Nate), Scott, Mikayla, Jane, Evan James, Preston, Alora, Great-grandchildren, Brayden, Nathan, Brice, Makenna and many nieces and nephews from the Plummer, Brown and Maciag families. Services will be held on Saturday August 13, 2022 at 2pm at Brookstown United Methodist Church in Pfafftown, NC with a celebration of life to follow in the reception hall.

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2 tributes for James Evans Plummer

  1. Terrell King

    Ge was the sweetest alm around asshole i ever met. yea mean talk about an oxymoron. He sometimes sound like the meanest grouchiest man you could ever meet, and through all that there is never a doubt how much he cared and loved you. He will always be cherished.

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  2. Julie Lighthart

    Some people refer to him as James, some called him Jimmy, I call him now and forever Grumpy. Grumpy had an amazing sense of humor that most people didn’t understand unless you really knew him. Grumpy loved to tell stories and jokes just to to see people smile and, doing whatever Grammy (Candy) told him to. He loved Grammy like no other. Grumpy loved his his Country, friends, and his family. If you were his friend then you knew you were family. I’m truly heartbroken over the passing of my friend. I could talk about Grumpy forever.
    Rest In Paradise Grumpy

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