James D. London

James D. London

Jim passed away Monday, July 2, 2018 at his home in Plainwell.

He was born January 5, 1954 in Plainwell, the son of Arthur and Rosalyn (Brewster) London. Jim loved music and had played keyboard, guitar and sang for the group Hurt Me Tommy for over 25 years. Jim also enjoyed tinkering with his tractor and small engines and watching movies.

On October 24, 2003 he married Judy Littell who survives.

Also surviving are his son, Cory London; step-son, Brian Littell; 5 grandchildren; his mother; brothers, Doug and Steve London along with several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father and sister, Joanne London.

According to his wishes cremation has taken place.

A celebration of Jim’s life will be held at a later time.

Contributions in memory of Jim may be made to the COPD Foundation.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com.

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  1. Patti Rittenhouse says:

    Prayers of comfort and peace go out to the family. May your memories bring happy thoughts for years to come…

  2. Cindy Reese says:

    You will be missed JD. Im sure Larissa will carry on your awesome musical talent and make you proud. Rest easy with no more struggles.

  3. Dorothy Gren family says:

    Rosalyn and family, you’re in our thoughts and prayers. Love and hugs to all of you.

  4. Daniel Koutny says:

    What a great person I’ve enjoyed having in my life. Your quirky quick wit and your take on humor always made me smile. I’ll miss you my friend,band mate. Bless your soul sir!

  5. Brian O Sziede says:

    My friend, my bandmate, you were more to me than you’ll ever know. It was a pleasure drumming for you for over 25 years. We will learn more songs when we meet again. You left a family that I will cherish forever. Rest well my brother

  6. Patti McLaughlin says:

    Rosalyn and family: my thoughts and prayers are with you. Trusting that your memories will bring you comfort, in time.

  7. stephen dyke says:

    judy dearest and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers today tommorow and always. i am honored to have known jim and am proud to have you judy as my life long friend . you are my dear sister love you jude

  8. Jude London says:

    J.D….Jiimmie.IE… or, James Dale London. You will be so missed by those that TRULY loved you! Jim had a heart of gold! His true love was his Son Cory James Arthur London! The pride that he had in Cory can never be taken away. Cory you were so loved by your Dad! Brian S. Littell…Step Son, Loved Jim too! Brian wished he had grown up with Jim and Cory! THANK GOD…THERE IS A GOD! 🙂

    YOU WILL BE SO MISSED!! Your always on my mind!

    Just Jude

  9. Jude London says:

    You will be missed so badly!

    Jude, Cory and Brian!!!

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