James Allen Sessor - Saturday, September 2, 2017

James Allen Sessor Marion, Va. James Allen Sessor, age 49, formerly of Saltville, passed away on September 2, 2017 in Valley Health Care. He was preceded in death by his father Buddy Joe Sessor and was a former employee of Smyth County Machine & Welding. He is survived by his children Todd Sessor and his wife Brandy of Chilhowie, Va Joey Sessor of Chilhowie, Va. Tiffany Waddell and her husband Thomas of Chilhowie, Va. His Mother Betty H. Sessor of Chilhowie, Va. Sister Tammy Gates and her companion Les Whitt of Marion, Va. Brother Mike Sessor and his wife Kathy of Saltville, Va. 3 Grandchildren Several nieces, nephews and other family and friends Memorial service for Allen Sessor will be conducted at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday September 5, 2017 at The First Church of God Allison Gap with Pastor Bobby Dunn officiating. The family will receive friends following the service. Online condolences may be made to drhendersonfuneralhome.com The D.R. Henderson Funeral Home is serving the Sessor family.

Join us on Saturday, September 2, 2017 - 1:30pm

I remember Allen coming by the house and all of us getting together in town. It was the good days. We grow apart sometimes but we have great memories. RIP my friend. 

When we were youmg,we rode bicycles from Saltville to Glade Springs,to the top Laurel Lake in Tumbling. Mom would come looking for us,and we would hold on to her car and catch a ride back Saltville. I cant remember how many times we laid out of school to go fishing and Carl Carter and Boots Recotor would give us hell for it. Those were the good ole days,espeacially all the parties we would goto and him and David Cregger would fist fight every single time! Sessor had a good life im sure,espeacially down on River road coming up over the bank wearing a pair of panties on his head...i know what he was doing! Never a dull moment in Saltville,until you get old. They always told us,only two things came out of Saltville any count...107 and 91...and that was the closest thing to the truth Sessor told me lol But it was the funnest place on earth,everyone was family and friends,everyone was close. Ole buddy i hope your in a good place,maybe ill see you again one day and go fishing,or sit around and talk about the old days....so long buddy-God bless you