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James Atkins II
  • August 13, 1958
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  • December 10, 2020

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James Homer Atkins II, of Ft. Myers, Florida, passed away peacefully on December 10, 2020. He was 62 years old. James was born on August 13, 1958, in Miami, Florida, to the late James Homer Atkins, Sr. and Eloise (O’Toole) Atkins.

James graduated from Coral Gables High School in 1976 and then graduated from the University of Florida in 1980 where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Building Construction. With his knowledge, skills, passion, and determination, he’d become the Chief Financial Officer of The Atkins Group, a company dedicated to commercial general contracting and consulting.

During James’ down time, he enjoyed golfing, scuba diving, fishing and he was also a Certified Licensed Boat Captain.

James leaves behind his son, James Homer Atkins III of Portland, Oregon; daughter, Amber Lee Atkins of Boulder, Colorado; fiancé, Marle-Ange Caignault Tascher of Ft. Myers, Florida; sister, Melinda Atkins of Coconut Grove, Florida; nephew, Christian Atkins of Miami, Florida; and his two nieces, Savannah-Jane Griffin of Deland, Florida and Dorothy Atkins of Berkley, California.

James will be dearly missed by all.

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  1. Joey Hughes says:
    10 Jul 2021
    I grew up with Jimmy, in Coral Gables, FL. One of the most competitive people I have ever known. He hated to lose at anything, including tennis! Although, we lost touch with each other in the late 90’s, I thought about Jim often. I was planning to surprise him by dropping in on him in Ft Myers but I was too late. I didn’t know that he was ill with cancer and Melinda (sister) told me he was gone. Jimmy, I miss your personality; you brought excitement to whoever you came in touch with. God speed, my friend.

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