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Raymond James Sehen / December 28, 2010
Raymond James “Jimmie” Sehen, 77, widower of Estelle Bagbey Sehen and Cora Simmons Sehen, died Monday, Dec. 27, 2010 at Halifax Regional Hospital.

Born June 18, 1933 in Amelia, Jimmie was the son of Raymond James and Roxie Jarrell Sehen. A mechanic with Burlington Industries for over 29 years, he retired in 1996. He loved Bluegrass music, camping, gardening, fishing and softball.

Jimmy is survived by his daughters, Brenda and Roger Snead of Clover, and Karen and Jerry Dickerson of Oxford; sons, Timothy James and Clara Sehen of Roxboro, N.C. and Walter Keith Jones of Oxford, grandchildren, Evan Snead, Erica Throckmorton, Aleta Jones, Renee’ Holt, Sarah Dickerson, Andrew Dickerson, LeChelle Williams, and Kisha Waller; and 9 great grandchildren. His sisters, Patsy Palmore of Blackstone, Mary Johnson of Rice; and brothers, Pete Sehen of Clarksville and Bill Sehen of Nelson also survive.

A funeral will held Wednesday, Dec. 29 at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Watkins Cooper Lyon Funeral Home with the Rev. Scott Day officiating. Interment will follow at Nelson Baptist Church Cemetery.

The family will received friends Tuesday at the funeral home.

Online condolences may be expressed to the family at

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