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E. James Aiman M.D.

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Aiman, E. James, MD Died peacefully with his family surrounding him on July 5, 2011, at the age of 68, following a short battle with pancreatic cancer. He was preceded in death by his father, Roger, his mother and stepfather, Peg and Van Welker, and his beloved sister Meg Sutton. He is survived by his wife of almost forty-five years, JoAnn (nee Ruffolo), sons Daniel (Lisa) and Patrick; brother Michael, his sisters-in-law, Mary Ruffolo (Ben Litwin), Carrie (Mike) Payne; nieces Beth (Rob) Baumhardt, Julie (Brody) Weaver, Katie (Scott) Gadja, and Dani Payne; nephews Michael and Nicholas (Holly) Bjelajac, and Matt (Fiona) and Ben Sutton; special family friend Esther Schuermann and her daughter, April. Jim graduated from Marquette University in 1965 with a BA in English and from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1969. A distinguished Professor of OB-GYN, Jim specialized in infertility and helped bring more than 3,000 lives into this world. He began his career in Dallas, Texas, in 1974 and retired from the Medical College of Wisconsin last year after nearly 30 years of service there. While he enjoyed practicing medicine, his true passion was teaching, and he loved nothing more than interacting with his students. Outside of work, Jim was a man of myriad interests, and no matter the subject, he always studied it intensely to the point of mastery, especially music, photography, and the history of medicine. Visitation at St. Mary's Visitation Parish (1260 Church Street, Elm Grove) on Saturday, July 9, from 10 AM to until the time of Mass of Christian Burial at 1 PM. Private burial. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the E. James Aiman MD Memorial Fund at Park Bank, 330 E. Kilbourn Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53202. We will forever miss your intellect, wit and humor, your guidance and counsel, and your indefatigable support.

Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on July 7, 2011
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