James-Aardweg-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Woody Funeral Home Huguenot Chapel

James A. Aardweg

Midlothian, Virginia

Feb 24, 1927 - Jan 7, 2013

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Dear Jean and family, my thoughts and prayer are with you all.
I met and remember Jim through my mother, Patty Wainscott, who spoke of Jim and his great bridge playing skills.
He was a wonderful friend to my mother. My heart is with you at this time.
Donna Reamy (Patty's daughter)

Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your loved one and I trust that God will comfort you as you go through the healing process. Jim was a trusted and admired member of the State Police, BCI and I enjoyed working with him very much.

Darrel E. Stilwell, VSP, Retired.

My sympathy to Rick and Becky and children and the rest of the family. If my mother, Mae Fritz, your former neighbor, were here, I know she would send her love and best to you also.
Doris Fritz Clements

On behalf of the men and women of the Virginia State Police, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Richmond Field Office, I would like to extend our deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of retired Special Agent Accounant James A. Aardweg. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Captain Timothy P. Ring

Jean and family, prayers are with all of you. My sincere and deep sympathy.
Grace Hinchman, former neighbor.

I will always remember Jim fondly. Working with him in the Richmond Field Office was a treat. My Dad, Andy, enjoyed his company, both with the Bureau and VSP. Our prayers go out to Jean and his family; Jim will truly be missed.

Jean my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. He will be missed greatly by all who knew him. Dave and he are probably having a wonderful time together right now. Love to you always, Linda Coughlin

Jean just want you to know I'm thinking of you and your family...Jim was a wonderful man and he will be missed

Obituaries

James's Obituaries

AARDWEG, James A., 85, of Midlothian, formerly of the Mississippi Delta, died of lung cancer on January 7, 2013. Survivors include his wife, Jean Burney Aardweg; three children, Rick Aardweg and his wife Becky, Steve Aardweg and his mate Leslie, and Jan Aardweg; one brother, Joe Aardweg of...

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