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James Leon Putman, 63 of Madison, Alabama, died Monday, January 13, 2020 at Huntsville Hospital. Services will be 2pm Friday at Spry Funeral Home Chapel with Robert Hall and Ronny Adams officiating, burial in Pettusville Cemetery, visitation is from 6pm until 8pm Thursday at Spry Funeral Home.  

Mr. Putman was born June 29, 1956 in Limestone County, he was a member of Tanner Church of Christ, and he was retired from Athens Utilities and Decatur Utilities.

Survivors: Wife: Phyllis Putman of Madison; Son: Chris Putman and wife Nicole of Athens; Daughter: Leigh Ann Bivens and husband Troy of Athens; Grandchildren: Julianna, Crimson, Cameron, Jame, Reid and Emilee.

Preceded in death by: Parents: Robert George and Mary Ethel Putman; Granddaughter: Jordan Leigh Putman; Brother: Benjie Putman.

Pallbearers will be: Troy Bivens, Laz Williams, Crimson Bivens, Jame Putman, Billy Miller, Spencer Miller, Tony Lewis and Tim Adams. Honorary Pallbearers: Alwin Moran, Johnny Moran, Barry Kirk, Dale Putman, Robert Smith, Torey Putman, Tony Kirk, Larry Bailey and Jeffery Windham.

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Donnie Hargrove
2020-01-15 14:50:36
I am sorry for your family's loss. James will be missed.
Dennis Rumbley
2020-01-18 16:45:57
I was so sorry to hear about James passing. We found out Thursday evening. We dedicated EasyWalk's program Thursday to James. We know how much it meant to him. On Friday, I tried to come to the funeral at Spry funeral home but did not know to come to Athens - we assumed it was Huntsville since the announcement we saw did not specify Athens. We will miss James' friendship and his help keeping our sound levels so the residents can hear us well. I'm so sorry I was not there to support you. Maybe God grant you peace in this very difficult time.
Dan Schultz
2020-01-25 03:17:06
I too attempted to attend the funeral but went to Huntsville instead of Athens. Please accept my condolences on the passing of James. It was indeed an honor to have known James, and I will truly miss him. James and I talked often about his experience with and passion for music. We will think of him often as we, EasyWalk, play at Valley View. May God embrace you in comfort during this difficult time.
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