James Kennedy Biscoe (affectionately known as “Peaball”, J “Jackson”, and “Uncle Grandpop”) , 49, of Lexington Park, Maryland, went home peacefully on September 29, 2012. James was born on October 10,1962, to the late Edward Joseph Biscoe and Mary Florence Barber Biscoe. James was educated in the St. Mary’s County Public School System.
James worked several jobs in food service at Pax River and St.Mary’s Hospital, and F.O.Days Asphalt Construction Co. James was a caring person and was known for looking out for everyone he knew; making sure that they were always okay. He loved being around his daughter, grandchildren and family. Even though James would help anybody, his daughter still remembers that “nobody should mess with her dad and take his kindness for his weakness”. James’ past-time was to sit at the STS bus stop but he never got on the bus.
James was preceded in death by his parents, Edward Joseph Biscoe and Mary Florence Barber Biscoe and his brother, Edward Joseph Biscoe, Jr.
James leaves to mourn and cherish his loving memories his loving and devoted daughter, Jamie Shammara Biscoe; sister, Sandra Barnes of Lexington Park, MD.; two brothers, Carnell Biscoe of Lexington Park, MD. and Leroy Biscoe of Waldorf, MD.; four grandchildren, Dwaynazie Thomas, Jaliyah Thomas, Jalynn Thomas, and Javonta King, Jr.; four nieces, Ursula Ball and Barbara Biscoe of Lexington Park, MD., Tomika Ball of Mechanicsville, MD., and Donna Barnes of Glenn Bernie, MD.; three nephews, John Biscoe, Jr.of Glenn Bernie, MD., and Byrant Biscoe of Calvert County, MD., and Javon Jones of Lexington Park, MD.; and several great nephews and nieces. He also leaves to cherish his memories his two best friends, Lawrence Anderson and James Courtney and a host of other family and friends. James was well loved and will be dearly missed.
Visitation will be 10 am until time of Service at 11 am on Friday, October 5, 2012 at Briscoe-Tonic Funeral Home Chapel, 38576 Brett Way, Mechanicsville, Maryland. Interment following at Charles Memorial Gardens, Leonardtown, Maryland.