James Alvin Feigum

April 10, 1951February 18, 2021

James Alvin Feigum was born on April 10, 1951 and passed away on February 18, 2021 and is under the care of Sunset Funeral Chapel.

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James Alvin Feigum

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Frank Arrowsmith

February 26, 2021

It is with a heavy heart that I learned of Jim's passing. I always enjoyed working and traveling with Jim for ASE: he had such a pleasant easy going manner, and a great smile.
I was happy to call him friend, he will be missed.
My sincere condolences to Diana and family: you are in my prayers at this difficult time.

Bridget Honsa

February 25, 2021

To Jim's family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Jim was a great guy, very easy and enjoyable to work with. I made sure to chat with Jim up front about any of the projects I was working as he had so much useful knowledge about each site. His technical skills helped prevent issues at site many times. I will miss his off the cuff humor as it made difficult times easier to get through.

Best Regards,
Bridget Honsa

Jim Anderson

February 23, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Jim's passing, I worked with him at ASE in field service, In fact he hired me, he was very quick to give a helping hand, and no matter how serious the problem was or whatever part of the world you found yourself in, he always put you at ease, I counted him as a good friend, I will keep your whole family in my prayers.


February 23, 2021

With a heavy heart please accept my condolences. Worked with Jim for a couple of decades at ASE. Jim was a great guy to travel and work with. He was always understanding and easy to work with in difficult situations. Will miss his since of humor and knowledge of the world.

David Meuwissen

February 23, 2021

Diana and family,

My condolences in the passing of your loving husband and father. Jim was a wonderful man, always available for technical and personal advice as a true leader and supervisor.

Best regards, David Meuwissen
ASE Field Service, Retired

Chris Eiffes

February 23, 2021

I had the privilege of traveling around the world with Jim as a Field Service Tech at ASE. I was honored to call him my colleague, Boss and most importantly friend. No matter where we were from San Francisco to South Korea or in Ramsey playing golf with his son’s or enjoying the nineteenth hole with Diana sitting on their porch. He will be greatly missed as he made me a better person at work and personally. You will be missed my friend.

Anders Wahlander

February 22, 2021

I was so sorry to hear that Jim has passed away. Jim and I worked together at ASE. Jim was always easygoing, while dedicated and very knowledgeable about the work. We always had a good time together sharing a laugh while tackling what ever challenge was in front of us.
I am so sorry for your loss and that Jim did not get more time to enjoy his well deserved retirement with you. I know how hard it is to lose your loved ones, but also know that life has a way of gradually lessen the pain, while the good memories are always there to give you comfort and a smile.

Susanne Burke

February 22, 2021

Diana and Family,
I am so, so sorry. I met Jim through ASE when I worked there and had the pleasure of getting to know you as a couple. No surprise to anyone who met Jim that he was such a fun and special guy. He was always easy to talk and joke with. If you knew Jim, you knew that his wife and family meant the world to him. It's just so hard to think that he's passed on. He will be greatly missed by so many. Truly, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Dan Ackermann

February 21, 2021

So sorry to hear about Jim! I always enjoyed talking to him the times we got together up in Marcell. I know how tough it is. I lost both my brothers.

Paul Por Yang

February 21, 2021

My Sincere Condolences,
I used to work with Jim at ASE, and I am so sorry for your loss. He was such a great person. I had the luxury of sharing experiences with him literally at the lowest point in my life, at the Dead Sea in Jordan (the lowest point on earth's dry land). I have a few photos of our experience there. He will be extremely missed, as I enjoyed his friendly company every time we met.