Camden Kiggins Obituary, Death – Camden Kiggins unexpectedly passed away in a Pennsylvania car accident. His parents, John Hall and Wilma (Gains) Hall brought him into the world on May 29, 1955, in the city of Parkersburg, West Virginia. He was given the name of his mother at birth. James spent his entire working life at the Willow Island Power Plant, where he eventually retired after having been a member of the local union 1086 throughout the duration of his employment there.

During this time, James worked his way up through the ranks of the union until he reached the position of plant manager. He attended Parkersburg South all the way through high school and graduated there. He is survived by his wife, Teresa Hall; two sons, both from Parkersburg and named James Hall and Shane Buchanan; four daughters, all from Parkersburg and named Angie Cline, Charlotte (Nathaniel) Lott, Melissa (Delbert) Cooper, and Teresa Hall; seven grandchildren named Tyson Cooper, Alexis Cooper, Alex Cooper, Nathaniel Lott, Jr.

Tiffany Snyder, Ricky Cline, and Ayden Kiggins; and two brothers named Chuck Hall. James Buchanan outlived his lifelong companion of thirty years, Frances Buchanan, who died before James. Frances Buchanan and Carol Clapper, one of James’s sisters, both passed away before James, hence James was not the only member of his family to have been predeceased by their parents. The first members of his family to die away were his parents.

James requested that no funeral or memorial services be held in his honor, and these requests have been honored. It is a delight for the Lambert-Tatman Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Parkersburg, which is located on Pike Street in the southern section of the city, to be of aid to the Hall family.