James "Buck" Titchnell, 74 of Newburg, went to be the Lord on Saturday, January 22, 2022. He was born in Herring, on August 5, 1947, a son of the late James R. "Doc" and Cloe Etta "Blondie" Jenkins Titchnell. Buck was a member of the Newburg Volunteer Fire Department with thirty-eight years of service. In his younger years he worked at Howard Weeder Mining, and Braham Sawmill. And until recently help Rick Cornwell delivered paper products for Preston Paper. But most of all Buck would try to help everyone he could and everyone who knew him, he was always out mowing yards for people. He also made coffee and answered the door at Bolyard Funeral Home where he made a lot of friends. He would even ride to Grafton with Karen multiple times a week to Home Away from Home Assisted Living and would help setup for events, change light bulbs, and carry in groceries was just a few of the things he would help do. His hang out was Chuck’s Store where he was always lending a hand. Buck kept the sidewalks clear at the post office. Buck is survived by one son, Chris M Titchnell and wife, Eva, Newburg; one grandson, Christian James Titchnell; four sisters and spouses; Marie "Meme Mom" Sites, Herring, Beulah and Robert Gamble Sr., Herring, Mary Gamble, Kingwood, Alice Gamble, Herring; three brothers and spouses Willard "Joe" and Brenda Titchnell, Herring, Dyer "Bud" Titchnell, Kingwood Pike, Francis E. Titchnell, Herring; one step brother, Kenneth Titchnell of Grafton; several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Buck was preceded in one brother, Harley Titchnell; two brothers-in-law, Charles Gamble and William Gamble. A special thank you to WV caring for all the love and support during his battle with cancer. Family and friends will be received at Bolyard Funeral Home, 79 Morgantown Ave. Newburg, WV, Wednesday, January 26, 2022 from 3-7 PM and on Thursday, January 27, 2022 from 9 AM until time of service at 11am with Pastor Delbert Lyons officiating. Interment will follow at the Damon Cemetery, Newburg, Condolences online at www.bolyardfuneralhomewv.com
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