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    James, whose father is a teacher, volunteered...

    James, whose father is a teacher, volunteered to help the needy.
    Are the commas needed? Thanks.

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    Re: James, whose father is a teacher, volunteered...

    Yes. We have a non-defining relative clause there.

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