Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Pete, your father must have been a wonderful father to have you as a son. Our prayers go to you and your family. Molly cox and Laura ryan.

So many kind words to read in this Guest Book about a neighbor of my family from years gone by. My thoughts & prayers to the entire Aschenbrener family.

Uncle Jim.Thanks for being the best uncle a guy could ask for.I figure in about six months you will be with Ant Corrine.Please tell her I miss her too.Love always your favorite nephew Dennis.

family members: almost 50 years ago your father arranged for me to work as a plumbers apprentice for a summer job...that paid for a year of college..I'm old now and retired from teaching..I met him as Jim, and he was a friend of my father, Rudy. I'm sorry for your loss..they were both fine men..

So sad to see a good man go, knew Jimbo working at the state, had a lot of good times

Today we attended a wonderful service to honor my Uncle Jim. He was a great man and will be missed by many. Special thanks to my favorite cousins Mary, Peter, Carol (and Rita), Amy (and Craig). You hosted a wonderful party to celebrate his life.


Sorry to see this in the paper of one of our former neighbors. Jim and Corrine were just that great neighbors along with there 4 kids. We have fond memories of all of them, including there dog. Jim, May you rest in peace, and may the 4 of you and your families find comfort in the days ahead.

Jim was a dedicated trade unionist, a good man and a friend. His advice and council were instrumental in helping pass labor legislation to benefit Minnesota's working men and women.


James's Obituaries

Age 86 ~ Of St. Paul Passed away January 1, 2013 He was first employed as a plumber then became the Business Agent for Plumber's Local 34. He was promoted to International Rep for United International representing the Plumbers and Pipe Fitters. Preceded in death by wife E. Corinne. Survived by...

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