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James Thomas Hutchins Jr. also known to many as "Jimmy" was a resident of Baltimore, MD. James departed this life on May 15, 2020 at Veterans Hospital of Baltimore at the age of 68yrs old. Bom on May 10th 1952 in Easton, MD to loving parents James Thomas Hutchins Sr. and Mary Anna Evans. James attended the Talbot County public school system, graduating in the Class of 1970. In November of 1970, James entered the USAF, completing 21 yrs of dedicated service retiring with the rank of Master Sergeant on Nov 1 Ith 1991, He was defined by many as kind, loving and an all around great guy, if he took the time to know you he loved you twice as much. James had a lasting impression on all who crossed his path. He was a true friend, brother, husband and father who will truly be missed.
James was preceded in death by wife Tracey Y. Hutchins äfter 30 yrs of marriage. Two sisters Teenie and Sharon Hutchins and beloved brother Bernard Hutchins. He is survived by a host of family and friends.
Left behind to cherish his memory James leaves behind one son Mychal Jahmal Hutchins of Montgomery, AL and four grandchildren Mykayla, Mya, Myles and Mason Hutchins also of Montgomery, AL. In addition five sisters and one brother; Barbara Hutchins, Naomi Myrna Russum (Armond) of Easton, MD; Joyce Amey (Marshall) of Selma, TX; Charlene Hayman-Hart (Tyrone) of Baltimore; Ruth King of Centreville, MD and brother Donnie "Pete" Hayman (Baltimore); Nine nieces; Rhushunda, Bejia, Jovonna, Shenier, Kiana, Erica, Kenyatta, Amiya and Camrie; Nine nephews; Abdul-Malik, Maurice, Dakete, Travel, Tavon, Donnie Jr, Aaron, Anthony and Antoine; Two Aunts Rev. Alice Hutchins and Brenda Fisher; Two dedicated friends Romayo Jerry and Ernest Dickson of Baltimore; and one god daughter Tyteona Dickson and a special cousin, Charles M Dean Sr (Ressie); Last but not least his two companions Money and Precious Hutchins.