Obituaries

James “Bo” Addison – 11/4/2020

November 10th, 2020

James “Bo” Addison, 52, of Claymont, DE passed away on November 4th at Wilmington Hospital.  He was born in Chester to the late James Addison and Anna Wright.  He worked for many years as a yard jockey at Refresco Beverage in Glen Mills.  Bo was also a member of the Local Teamsters Union.   He enjoyed shooting pool and going to the casino.  He also enjoyed collecting and shooting guns. Bo was an avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys.

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his brothers, Charlie Addison and Edward Wright.  He is survived by his wife, Nancy Addison; Sons, James Addison and Robert Dugan; brother, Frankie Wright (Karen); sisters, Rosemary Griggs (Fred), Christine Hughes, and Cheryl Downey (Matt); Many nieces and nephews.

His memorial service will be held on Thursday, November 12 at 10am at the Joseph A. Ward Funeral 1459 Market St. Linwood, PA.  Friends and family are invited to a visitation from 9-10am.  Burial will be private.

6 thoughts on “James “Bo” Addison – 11/4/2020

  • By Edward Maylie on

    Rest easy my friend. God always has a plan for us. Heaven got a great angel That day.. When god decided to call you Home.. It’s times like these make it harder on the living but you definitely made your mark down on earth . As we walk through life we meet a lot of different people . That make an impact On us . You definitely were one of the good ones he will be greatly missed and never forgotten. Rest easy my friend to we meet again.

  • By Edward Maylie on

    James what a great guy you’re gone ,but you will never be forgotten .I can’t tell you how many times you help me out on The PC At work. First words out of my mouth was go get Addison You were always there to lend a helping hand You would always say get out of the way you big dummy LOL I can remember when used to pull up in the parking lot in your Schneider truck with the cans For the production lines .On time then one day Me and Julio talk you into working inside For the company. It’s funny how we all meet A long the way of life.. rest easy my friend..

  • By Ken P. on

    James, you were one of my best buds. We were friends for years and then roommates for a decade. I’ll miss the bs sessions, joking, and debates we would always get into. You always let me bend your ear whenever I had something to complain about. You were the best roommate anyone could have asked for…and an even better friend.

    I love and miss ya bro.

  • By Eugene Foster on

    Rest Easy Ham and Cheese, it was a pleasure knowing you and working with you

  • By Julio Rivera on

    Mr. James Addison,
    Thank you for being a great friend and co-worker. You will be dearly missed, may you Rest In Peace! Your co-workers at Refresco Beverages and Teamsters Local 830. ✝️🙏

    • By Edward Ellis on

      James, my short time knowing you was truly alot of fun and enjoyable. You were a great coworker and an even more exceptional human being. I personally will miss you.

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