JAMES NEAL RIMMER
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James Neal Rimmer

James Neal Rimmer, age 80, of 1606 Laura Duncan Rd. Apex, NC died Saturday November 10, 2012 at the Durham VA Hospital. He was born February 18, 1932 in Danville VA. to the late James Henry Rimmer and the late Katreen Hermoine Hudgins Rimmer. James was first married to the late Annette Marie Lamoureux Rimmer then later married Hetty Evelyn Bayliss Rimmer. James served his country in the US Airforce. He spent most of his life working for lumber mill's in Canada and the US. He loved to do carpenter work, he could build almost anything next to working with wood, James loved to fish. He was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. In addition to his wife Hetty he is survived by one son: Keith James Rimmer and wife Lynn of Vancover, Canada: three daughters: Sharon Anne Williams and husband Ron of Holly Springs, NC, Colleen Candance Wilkerson and husband Wayne of Richmond, VA, Sharon Lynn Shomette and husband Lou of Columbia, MD: Three brothers; Robert Samuel Rimmer and wife Loretta of Danville, VA, Charles Marshall Rimmer and wife Dorathy od Idaho Falls, ID and Henry Keith Rimmer and wife Bong Suk of Seoul, South Korea: one sister-in-law; Bonnie Rimmer of Greensboro, NC: nine grandchildren: three great-grandchildren: many aunts and uncles, numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents and first wife James is predeceased by one brother; Ronald Wayne Rimmer: one granddaughter; Shannon McCrea. A Memorial services was held 2:00 p.m. Friday November 16, 2012 at the Raleigh Seventh Day Adventist Church. Sign the guest book at www.GoDanRiver.com

Published by Danville and Rockingham County on Nov. 25, 2012.
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There will be an empty chair at the holiday table this year, but it will be filled with loving memories.
Steve Chappell
November 26, 2012
I have so many fond memories of the entire Rimmer family in my lifetime. Aunt Katrine was very special to me, and her sons and their families were special to all. May God bring you peace and comfort during this time, and know that you are loved.
June Hudgins
November 26, 2012
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