Timothy William James

February 26, 1948 - April 29, 2012
Timothy William James


Timothy William James, 64, of Wilmington, NC, passed away on Monday, April 29, 2012.

He was born in Hamilton Co., OH on February 26, 1948, the son of the late Robert William James, Jr. and Rose Anderson James.

Surviving is his wife of 37 years, Pam L. James; son, Bob Fox of Taunton, MA; two daughters, Julia Fine of Wilmington, NC and Anna James of Shreveport, LA; eleven grandchildren; three brothers, John James of Suffolk, VA, Tommy and Bob James and sister, Karen Lewis all of Wilmington, NC.

A memorial service will be held at 7:00 pm Thursday, May 3, 2012 at Wilmington Funeral Chapel.

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Wilmington Funeral and Cremation, 1535 S, 41st Street, Wilmington, NC 28403 910.791.9099


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  • May 07, 2012
    Doug Perrow says:
    Pam, We are saddened hearing of your loss. Sorry we could not be with the family and all of you are in our prayers. Look to the Lord for strength and He will direct and keep you. We love all of you and may God continue to provide comfort during this period. Love to all, Doug

  • May 03, 2012
    Kathie Turner says:
    Anna & Family, I'm truly sorry to hear of your loss. My heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to you and the entire family.

  • May 03, 2012
    Pat Neely says:
    Pam, My prayers and love are with you and your family.

  • May 04, 2012
    Kay Reed says:
    To Pam, Julia, Anna and all of Tim's family, There really are no "right words" for a time like this, so please know that I have a special place in my heart for all of you. With deepest sympathy and love, Kay

  • May 02, 2012
    John Leete says:
    Aunt Pam, Julia, Anna and family, I was very sorry to hear of Tim's passing. I have a lot of fond memories of him. He used to take me fishing as a boy and he always knew where to catch the most and the biggest. I also recall my summer jobs working at the trailer park. He knew how to build things well and could always figure out some clever way to fix anything that was broken. I'll never forget the mildly mischevious grin he'd get when he'd figured out something a few steps before I did, which happened pretty often. It's good to see his smile in the obituary picture. I hadn't seen him in a few years, but that smile brings back these memories. I'll miss him. Love, John