Jimmy Newman's Fundraising Page


Jimmy Newman's Fundraising Page

In memory of Our loved one

Jimmy Newman's Fundraising Page

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James Austin Newman

Williamsburg - Jim Newman, age 66, passed away on Feb. 14, 2013 peacefully at home surrounded by family after a 14 month "marathon" struggle with Pancreatic Cancer. He was born on January 9, 1947 to the late Rev. John Wesley Newman and Helen Austin Newman. Jim was preceded in death by his older brother, John Wesley Newman, III. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Patricia Hooker Newman, and son, Austin Hooker Newman (Holly), and two grandsons, Arthur Henry Newman and William Austin Newman.

Jim was a 1969 graduate of the College of William and Mary as well as the Marshall School of Law in 1976. He had worked as a stockbroker, realtor, lawyer and builder before finally partnering with Sunny Day Guide to establish the Williamsburg Colonial Guide and Sunny Day in Sanibel, Fl. Jim enjoyed sports, history, plants, and traveling the world.

The family thanks all of the friends, colleagues and extended family who were so supportive and faithful in visiting him during this illness.

In lieu of a service or flowers the family will hold a scattering of ashes at a later date. The family asks that contributions can be made to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation at POB 1848, Longmont, CO 80502 or www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/jimmynewman

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  1. sydney and Phil Sherrod We are thinking of our good friend,Jimmy, and miss him this holiday season.
  2. Daphne Berkowitz Austin, I know the past months have been very difficult but the time spent with father will be some of your most cherished memories.
  3. Betty Finley So very sorry for your loss.
  4. Andy and Tina Sherrod Our condolences to the Newman family. Jimmy was one of our favorite people and will be sincerely missed.
  5. Gail and Amanda TowneBank Williamsburg Our deepest sympathy
  6. Bill and Pat Blue; Winston and Barbara Spurgeon Jim fought his battle to the end; remaining optimistic, convinced he would beat it. We salute you, our courageous friend, we will miss you.
  7. Phil and Sydney Sherrod and family Jimmy was a terrific person and a great friend. We will all miss him.
  8. Pat & Ed Luke Jimmy was passionate about people and things he cared about. He fought cancer with that passion. We are sorry he lost his fight.
  9. Surf or Sound Realty Our deepest heartfelt sympathies go to Jim’s family. He will be dearly missed by us all. His friends at Surf or Sound Realty,
  10. Lingerfelt Companies We are truly sorry for your loss. Our sincere condolences to your family during this time. - from your friends at the Lingerfelt Companies.
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