James Monroe Teague departed this life on January 6, 2020 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Maryland. He was born on September 24, 1956 in Keller, Virginia to the late Norman and Mary Teague. James, affectionately known as “Boo,” was educated in the public schools of Accomack County graduate of Central High School.
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James was a quiet, generous, and mild-mannered person who loved his family and fellow man. His love for mankind lives on with his life-saving donations. Boo was a certified and willing organ donor. His donation has already reached several awaiting recipients.
James met the love of his life, Nancy Lewis in 1976 and assisted her with raising her seven children. He was the prominent supplier of those things needed to sustain and maintain a healthy and solid family atmosphere.
James and Nancy moved their family to New York in 1980 and were married in 2000. In later years, James and Nancy relocated to Salisbury, Maryland. Their relationship truly stood the test of time, forty-one years, until Nancy passed away in February 2017.
James worked several jobs to include, Perdue Farms, Toys-R-Us, and Ricca Chemical Plant.
James was preceded in death by his parents, Norman and Mary Teague; four brothers, Herman, Curtis, Calvin, and Norman, Jr.; and his wife, Nancy.
He leaves to cherish his memory: his sister, Mary (James) Mills of Norfolk, VA; three brothers, William (Phyllis) Wessells of Virginia Beach, VA, Henry Teague of Atlanta, GA, and Charles Teague of Pocomoke, MD; six children, Shelly, Roley, Jr., Anthony, Rochelle, Craig (Pamela), and Willie; fourteen grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; five nieces, Gwendolyn (Frank) Brooks, Carolyn Bunting, Jamilah Jefferson, Trina Wessells, and Sharon Banks; five nephews, Kevin (Tasha) Mills, Christopher Mills, Albert (Tameka) Bunting, Gregory (Yvette) Johnson, and Sammie (Joyce) Harmon; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Boo’s generosity and love will be missed!