James "Jim" Carlton Haddock

Born: Fri., Jan. 31, 1941
Died: Sat., Nov. 7, 2020


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Durden-Hudson Funeral Directors announces the death of  Mr. James  Carlton “Jim” Haddock, age 79, of Statesboro, GA, on Saturday, November 07, 2020, at Comfort Creek Nursing Center  in Wadley, GA.

Memorial services will be private at a later date.

Jim was born on January 31, 1941 in Pitt County North Carolina to the late Edward and Elizabeth Roach Haddock. He proudly served in the Air Force and retired after a distinguished career, and was employed as a small print manager with Lewis Lithographers for 20 years.

 A devoted family man and father; he had a passion for coaching youth soccer. He was instrumental in starting recreational youth soccer in Statesboro, GA and continued coaching even after his children became adults. He also spent many years volunteering for Habitat for Humanity. In his spare time he enjoyed travel, socializing over coffee, and expanding his music and book collection. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brother, Jason Haddock.          

Survivors Include:

Sons: Scott Haddock (Jorjia) of Frankfort, IN, Matt Haddock (Niki) of Portal, GA and Mark Haddock (Donna) of Swainsboro, GA

Sister: Ida Haddock of VA

Brother: Dawson Haddock of NC

Grandchildren: Brandon Haddock, Ryan Haddock, Nick Haddock, Reese Haddock, Kyle Haddock, Zachary Brinson and Tyler Brinson.

Two Great Grandchildren, nieces, nephews and extended family.

Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the Alzheimer’s Association, 3120 Raymond Drive, Atlanta, GA 30340.

Condolences may be submitted on-line at www.durden-hudsonfuneraldirectors.com 

Durden-Hudson Funeral Directors is in charge of the arrangements for the funeral of Mr. James “Jim” Haddock of Statesboro, GA.

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Tony Mangieri
   Posted Mon November 09, 2020
My condolences to the Haddock Family on your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Tony Mangieri

Charles Webb
   Posted Tue November 10, 2020
A Great American who served his country with honor and his family and community with love. R.I.P.

Joyce Baldwin
   Posted Tue November 10, 2020
Scott, Matt, & Mark, my condolences for your lost. I worked with Mr. Haddock for 13 years at Lewis Color and he was quit a joy to work with. May he Rest In Peace, and over time the pain will ease.

William W. Sellers
   Posted Tue November 10, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers are with you upon the loss of your dad. He and your mother, Jane, were actively involved with the startup of the Ogeechee Youth Soccer League along with me, my wife Marilynn and several other that were on the original board of directors. I am an Air Force veteran also and your Dad and I spent many hours on the soccer fields both coaching and refereeing together. A great man that will be missed by many.

Lewis Color
   Posted Tue November 10, 2020

SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent by Lewis Color Family.


Bob Counts
   Posted Tue November 10, 2020
Brothers my sympathy for your father’s passing. I always enjoyed speaking with your dad usually at hospital cafeteria or at breakfast sites in Statesboro. Jim was a fine man and veteran and friend. Jesus comfort your families.

Steve and Kay Cummings
   Posted Wed November 11, 2020
Dawson we are sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. Hope you and yours are doing well and rest easy knowing he is in the arms of Jesus Christ.

Greg Avra
   Posted Wed November 11, 2020
Growing up in the 1980s, I played Ogeechee youth soccer Even though he was one of the many coaches I had during my little league years, Mr. Haddock was one who stood out. He was a good coach but an even better man. After soccer, I briefly attended Bulloch Academy during middle school and would run into Mr. Haddock at BA sports games while he was watching his sons play. He was always interested in how I was doing and always had something supportive to say to me. Even though I have not seen him in 30 years, I read this obituary and felt led by God to extend my heartfelt condolences to your family. He was a good man.

Linda and Doug Noel
   Posted Thu November 12, 2020
Scott, Matt, Mark, Our thoughts and prayers are being sent to you at this sad time. We were lucky enough to be in Statesboro during the soccer years when your Dad was the coach. Our son Stephen Noel played soccer for your Dad for several years. We enjoyed hanging around you guys and your Mom and Dad. I know he will be missed. He was a good man.
Linda and Doug Noel
Toccoa, GA