James Lloyd Drew, Jr.

November 2, 1965 - February 14, 2020
James Lloyd Drew, Jr.

James Lloyd Drew, Jr. age 54 of Wilmington passed away on Friday, February 14, 2020 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

James was born in Memphis, TN on November 2, 1965.

He is survived by his wife, Pamela Dawn Drew; four sons, Jonathan Stoutz of Hampstead, Joseph Stoutz of Wilmington, Jesse Drew of Wilmington and Jacob Drew of Wilmington; father and mother, James Lloyd Drew Sr, and Bonnie Rogers Drew of Texas; sister and brother in-law Connie and Ronnie Williams of Memphis, TN; sister in -law Michele Coher of Wilmington; grandchildren, Tristan, Samuel, Seth, Violet, Bella, Randy, Ariel, and Kayleigh.

James was a ASE Certified Technician, and had a long standing career at Jeff Gordon Chevrolet as a Diesel Mechanic and Technician. James loved his family and friends and never hesitated to lend a helping hand . His passion was fishing, camping, firing up the grill and most important spending time with his family, especially his grand kids.

A special family Celebration of Life memorial will be held.

In lieu of flowers, James would want you to help others by donating to Carolina Donor Services by visiting www.carolinadonorservices.org.

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  • February 16, 2020
    Kelly Redenbaugh says:
    Pam, my heart is broken for you and your family. Sending love and prayers!

  • February 16, 2020
    Michele Coher lit a candle:
    Lit since February 16, 2020 at 2:04:24 PM

  • February 16, 2020
    Dan Tozour says:
    I will miss James dearly. He was like a brother to me. Even when we were apart for extended periods of time when I’d see him again it was like we were never apart. I know he was not ready to leave this world. He would never leave his wife, kids and grandkids behind. I’m thinking he was angry and refused to go but once committed he willingly done what he was suppose to die. I have may fond memories of James to remember him by, some of them funny, some sad, some crazy, some down right scary !!! Most of them are of how good a person he was, how quick he was to give a helping hand or a kind word. I can only hope that one day we will meet again and enjoy each other’s company once again. God bless you James.

  • February 16, 2020
    Milissia Rouse says:
    James was the first person I saw at work every morning for 24 years a d usually one of the last I saw as I left in the afternoon. I enjoyed our morning talks and will really miss him. My prayers go out to his family and I am deeply sorry for the loss that we are all feeling

  • February 16, 2020
    Kenneth J Caleca says:
    Didn’t know you very long but you have left a lasting impression of you in my life , you will be sorely missed but never forgotten