We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Hoy-Baker Funeral Home
James Allen Nixon 11/22/1980 – 4/16/2022
Always remembered and loved by family and friends. He loved his mother and considered her his best friend always in his life. He is loved by all his family and friends. This is not a goodbye but a see you on the other side.
James was always there to help anyone in need. His heart and smile could fill the universe. In his early years he was always with a friend and was social and helpful to others. He started playing soccer at 5 years old and never lost his love for soccer until the end of his life here on earth.
He loved to talk about politics, life, sports, current affairs, new ideas, and movies. He always was fun to banter, and trash talk with constantly. His heart was so big it couldn’t fill the ocean. Late conversations and overnight BBQ’s and fabulous food was his thing that brought everyone together. He always taught people how to cook, play soccer, or any skill he had without a second thought.
He traveled and saw many places around the US. He loved new people, places, and things. He could meet and friend almost anyone. He has a heart of gold and that doesn’t describe the love he had for everyone. He went to college and kept in contact with his college friends.
I don’t think that there is anyone that can replace him in our hearts. He was so selfless that he helped aid in taking care of his grandparents throughout the years. We could be here forever telling stories of good and goofy things James did over the years.
I feel that in this time of shock of such a wonderful person’s life was taken too soon, we can just remember all the fun time we had with James and celebrate the good times forever……...