OBITUARY

James Edward Twining III

January 11, 1948April 9, 2019

James E. Twining III passed on April 9, 2019 after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. A native and lifelong resident of Northern Virginia, Mr. Twining was a dedicated civil servant, working for the Defense Logistics Agency for more than 20 years and the General Services Administration before that for almost 10 years. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Urbana University in Ohio in 1971.

Mr. Twining will be dearly missed by his brother, Robert (Laura) Twining, and nieces, Stephanie and Julianne Twining and Melissa Clark.

There will be a gathering of family and friends on Wednesday April 17, 2019 from 6:00-7:30 PM at Murphy Funeral Home 1102 W Broad Street, Falls Church, VA 22046. Graveside services will be held at Memorial Park Cemetery Skokie, IL.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Alzheimer’s Association.

Services

  • visitation Wednesday, April 17, 2019
REMEMBERING

James Edward Twining III

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John and Karen McCoy

April 17, 2019

We all have fond memories of Jim. He was a warm and caring person with a subtle sense of humor. We especially enjoyed spending time with him during summer vacations at the beach. John will also miss occasional lunches and friendly conversations solving the world’s problems. God Bless you Jim. —-john and Karen.

Jane and Scott Provan

April 15, 2019

Jim's family ( in which he grew up) was very close to Scott's parents, Marcia and John Provan. We are very sorry to hear of his illness and loss of life. We send our deepest sympathy to Toby and all the family and have wonderful memories of family get-togethers over the years. From Jane and Scott Provan

Cindy Norris

April 14, 2019

Jim was our friend. We loved him. You see, Jim and Kim went on a number of adventures with the Norris family, which included the core family, those of us who married into this lovely family and friends and more family through those folks. We are so blessed with all of this love.
Jim was a kind, soft-spoken, friendly man. He had a smile that greeted you and made you feel happy. When Jim talked to you, he had an interest in what you had to say. You knew that he was pleased to be a part of the conversation. He was a solid, unassuming man. It was an absolute joy to be with him
The thing that I think many of us will remember most about Jim was his constant devotion to Kim. He loved her so much. It was apparent in the way he lit up when she was there. I cannot imagine him more joy-filled than when he was with her. Kim and Jim were perfect for each other.
We will miss Jim greatly,
God bless all who grieve this sweet man,
Lynn and Cindy Norris

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY