Celebrating the life of

James Marshall Flanagan

September 18, 1976 - May 26, 2022

James Marshall Flanagan

James Marshall Flanagan was born on September 18, 1976 and passed away on May 28, 2022. James was born to Timothy James Flanagan and Shellia Diane Tyre Flanagan.  

James is survived by his mother, Shellia Diane Tyre Flanagan; brother, Shawn Patrick Flanagan; sister, Rachel Christina Flanagan Kersey (James); aunt and uncle, Carol Elizabeth Flanagan Shiffert and Michael Leonard Flanagan; and nieces and nephew, Lidia Wilhelmina Flanagan-Helverson, Magnolia Grace Kersey, and James Randall Tyre.

James wanted to be a husband and father. He loved to smile and to make others smile. He loved skateboarding and drawing as a teenager. James loved to travel and meet new people.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel.  The family will receive friends following the service.




A candle has been lit!

I'm very sorry for y'all's loss. James was a great friend. He is missed dearly.

- Janet Anderson, Savannah, GA

I am so sorry to hear this news. James was loved by so many. I remember his Great Grandmother Tyre, well into her nursing home days, still fretted about James being too close to the railroad tracks, always asking where he was. She loved him so. Gives my heart solace knowing they are reunited. Sending so much love to you all during this incredibly devastating time.

- Zan Maxwell, Savannah, GA

James I’m going to miss you so very much. Still in shock and hurting. Every time I walk outside I look for anything, a sign. Outside was where u always wanted to be. With music blaring. Tomorrow is going to be a very hard day. For many people. Children and us old folks. You are my big cuz, the coolest. Always a good man with the softest heart. I Love You

- Carolyn Chumley, Jacksonville, FL

hey flanagans I am Dakota Blanchard I am 21 years old I used to live with him up here in Midway ga he was like my father he gave me hood advice and me and him we were tight, he was a good dude I miss him and love him he is always going to be remembered for a long time

- Dakota Blanchard , Midway, Ga

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel