James G. Rector

James G. Rector, Age 71, of Frederick, MD formerly of Paeoian Springs, VA passed quietly and peacefully on February 03, 2020 at his home. James was born on July 30, 1948 in Leesburg, Virginia to the late Lewis Alvin and Rosetta Williams Rector. James was a former military soldier in the United States Army where he served a tour in Vietnam. He worked as an auto mechanic for many years, and then turned to his love of traveling the open road by working for a cross country moving company until retiring. James was known for his love for his favorite football team – the Washington Redskins. He loved the great outdoors and enjoyed hunting and fishing through the years when his health permitted. He attended Dorsey Christian Chapel Church, New Market, MD in his later years. He was preceded in death by his son, Michael W. Marcellus and five brothers, Lewis A. Rector, Jr., Howard Rector, Robert Clifton Rector, Raymond Rector and William Harry Rector. He is survived by his daughter, Cassandra L. Marcellus of Centreville, VA ; four grandchildren; Brandon T. Marcellus, Brian D. Marcellus, Brittney T. Marcellus and Ashley M. Marcellus; four great grandchildren; brother, Alfred L. Rector (Shirley) of Hagerstown, MD; sister, Lillian C. Smith (Wendell) of Martinsburg, WV and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing and visitation was held on Saturday Feb. 8, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. till time of funeral service 12:00 noon at Mt. Olive Bapt. Church, Lincoln, VA . Interment was held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church Cemetery, Lincoln, VA. Arrangements by: LYLES FUNERAL SERVICE, Serving Northern VA, Eric S. Lyles, Director, Lic. VA/MD/DC, 1-800-388-1913

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