James P. Wells
June 1, 1961 - May 27, 2021

James P. Wells

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James Patrick Wells died on Thursday, May 27, 2021 in his home in Scribner.

James was born on June 1, 1961 in Wichita Falls, Texas to Alice Marie Moore and James William Wells. He moved around and saw the country before moving to Fremont, Nebraska with the love of his life and partner Twila Seger.

James worked for OPPD in Omaha for many years after moving to Nebraska. He also had handy man jobs and worked for cleaning crews. His favorite past time was to go fishing and building fishing poles. He also enjoyed having BBQ's and hanging out with all his family and friends (that he considered to also be his family) and going to any garage sales. He loved to fix things and tinker on vehicles and always thought out of the box, like making washers out of pennies and drilling a hole in the middle. He also loved to play online games like yahoo pool, where he met the love of his life Twila. He was always there for a friend or family and cared deeply about anyone who was part of his circle. He was so excited to teach his grandbabies all about fishing and how to think outside of the box, and invent things and turn junk into something useful.

Survivors include: Significant other and partner Twila Seger of Scribner, Daughter Brooke Davis (and boyfriend Christopher Haase Sr.) of Oakland, Son Jason Davis (and girlfriend Valarie Gard) of Scribner, Son Joshua Broccoli Davis (and girlfriend Destiny Wenck) of Omaha; three amazing grandchildren Donald, Sophie, and Teal; Ziggy and Gizmo;p and many family and friends that he called family.

Services are pending at Ludvigsen's Scribner Funeral Chapel.

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  1. Jonathan Sanders Dye
    You were more then just a good close friend. You are my brother and you called me the same. One I went to when i sought wisdom or insight. Or A shoulder to lean on. Or a listening ear I could vent to. Never having to worry about judgment or condemnation. Even give a hug when was needed. Damn I'm gonna miss those great hugs. I'm blessed and honored to have known such a great man. I tried to do all that I could to help you out for many years and we shared so many great experiences. Even as important as we were to eachother. I felt I was placed in ur path of life to open doors to other deep and meaningful friendships. Introduce and bring you into a circle of friends you would call family. Especially, one guy in particular. Lil did I know how profound you two would mean to eachother. You and ron were like two peas in a pod. Your brother forever. J.
  2. Kristie Knoell
    My heart goes out to the family and friends of James. He was an absolutely great person and will be extremely missed . Rest easy James.
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