James Chadwick

James Thomas Chadwick

Friday, April 25th, 1958 - Tuesday, May 12th, 2020
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James 'Jim' Thomas Chadwick , age 62, of Springdale , died Wednesday, May 12th, 2020. Jim was born April 25th, 1958 in Mississippi to James Thomas Chadwick Sr and Vera Elizabeth Butler Chadwick. Jim is survived by his wife of 39 years, Edith, three daughters, Amber Swain (Alan), Melissa Frazier (Charles), Kimberly Hughes (Stacy), a brother, Bruce Chadwick and sister, Claudine Delee (Wayne), 6 grandchildren, AJ, Arielle, Matthew, Elizabeth, David, Katie.
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    Saturday, May 16th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Saturday, May 16th, 2020 1:00pm
    Westfield Chapel Funeral Home
    3236 W. Huntsville Ave.
    Springdale, AR 72762
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Lee Hubbard

Posted at 12:13am
Jim was a very good man. He loved Star Trek and Doctor Who and visited Central Baptist Church in Hattiesburg MS on some occasions. I will truly miss him.

Cameron Jacobs

Posted at 10:35am
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
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Posted at 07:47pm
I was lucky enough to join Jim’s team in May 2017 when he supported the Private Brands division at the Walmart customer care center. I felt right at home on the team from day 1. Jim always went above & beyond to help me develop as a person as well as a team mate & he pushed me to realize my full potential. Jim gave me chances that I never thought I’d have & he was always such a bright light. He never stopped smiling, & his love for Diet Coke, his lunch box collection, & his people were known by all. He spent time to get to know people as more than just his employees or the people he worked along side. I got to know Jim on a more personal level as he was always happy to share stories of his wife & family who he adored.

It was such a privilege to know him & share his thoughtfulness & positivity for life. Jim will be sadly missed by all who’s lives he touched.

Jennifer Seabolt

Posted at 02:25pm
Jim was a blessing on me and my family. I considered Jim to be my work dad as he helped me through some really rough times and always treated my like one of his. I met Jim in August of 2017 when i applied for the PB position, it was him and Kevin that interviewed me and I was so nervous that I did a horrible job. Jim asked me to come over to his desk and speak with him, when I got there, he turned with his hands together and just looked at me and said " Can I help you?" I told him my name and that he had just jabbered me to come over and he said ah yes and turned back around... I stood there for a moment a little in shock and as I was turning back around to go to my desk, he turned with a smile and said well I guess you might want this and handed me my promotion paper. I was on the PB team for 3 months when I got promoted to his TL for PB and he pushed me so hard because in every one on one that I had with him, I told him non stop that I was after his job., to which he would answer good, a green vest is supposed to want a blue vest otherwise what's the point. Jim was an amazing manager and friend and even though his biggest saying was " I don't come to work to make friends" I truly believe he considered me a friend and I did him as well. While I was Jim's TL, I was pregnant with my 5th child Mason, Jim would always look after me and making sure I was eating and taking care of myself and the day I had Mason, he ran around the CC showing off his picture like he was a proud grandpa! I would always send Jim updated photos of Mason and he would tell me that it looked like he was heading off to college..... One of the funniest things was when I took Mason to see him for the first time, Mason was a week old and seeing Jim light up holding him was priceless. He always had a comment on how, he was taking Mason to HR because of how much hair he had being a week old. Jim showed me how to be a great manager and would always put me in my place if I overstepped or came off to direct. I wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for him.. When I told him I made AOM, I have never seen him more proud and Kevin Marino always said that I was one of the few people that could make Jim smile.... I like to believe it's because we were like one in the same.... He truly made me just like him and I am a better person because of him.... I will truly miss my friend, my lifetime boss and my work dad Jim... My kids knew him as Papa Jim and he smiled everytime he seen them! Every move I make in my career with Walmart, I will always ask myself, what would Jim do in this moment... Jim you will always be on my mind and I will miss you so very much! I love you!

Marissa King

Posted at 02:04pm
Jim would always talk with me about the things we had in common like dungeons and dragons, anime, comics, tv and movies, world of Warcraft, MMO RPGS, history, and other things. I remember he would always ask me how my D&D campaign was going and I would show him my 5th edition book. He was really supportive and a good person to talk to. I’ll miss our talks and I will forever be grateful to have met you. Thank you for everything.

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