James Franklin Stringer, JR.

June 16, 1950 - October 16, 2006

06/16/1950 - 10/16/2006

Virginia Beach

James Franklin Stringer, Jr., 56 of Va. Beach, passed away on Monday, Oct 16, 2006,
in a local hospital. He was a native of Virginia. He was the owner of Jim & I Construction Corporation..

He is survived by his wife; Beverly D. Stringer, two sons; James Franklin Stringer, Brett Tietgens, one daughter, Jennifer S. Smith & her husband Tyler of Va. Beach, one grandson; Austin Tietgens, his brothers and sisters; Sissy, Sandy, Billy, Ricky and their families; and his beloved dog Dixie.

A private service will be held on Thursday, Oct 19, for family and dear friends, please contact the family for further information.

Arrangements are being handled by Altmeyer Funeral Home, Va. Beach Chapel.

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Joe & Karen McKeown
7 years ago

Beverly and family:

Jim is and will be forever in our hearts and in our memories.

Scott Taylor
7 years ago

Beverly,

Jim will be missed dearly by “many”. But have comfort in knowing we will all be together again someday.

My deepest sympathy.

Scotty

Shirley Waynick
7 years ago

Beverly, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We have not kept in touch very much over the years, but we did spend alot of time together back in the days long ago. I’m sure Jim will missed alot.

June McCoy
7 years ago

Dear Bev: I will miss Jim dearly. He was a kind and sweet man. I will remember the great times in Buxton and never forget the saying we had: ” I KNOW “.

LOVE JUNE BUG

Belle Robinson
7 years ago

Dear Beverly, Jennifer, Jimmy, and family,

I just found out a few minutes ago about Jim. I can’t believe it. My love and prayers are with you all.

Love, Belle Robinson

Debbie Raper Floyd
7 years ago

I am so sorrow for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

J. R. Snell
7 years ago

I AM VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS JIM WAS A GOOD MAN. WITH RESPECT.

Sissy Hudson
7 years ago

I want the world to know that bubba as we knew him was a man that any sister would be proud to have as a brother.he had a heart of gold and my heart is broken. i miss him with all my heart.the world has lost so much,and life will never be the same any more with out my brother.Bubba

Missy
7 years ago

Jim was a great guy, he loved to have a good time and i think that all of us who cared about him are going to miss him ALOT!!!!

philip oxley
7 years ago

may God be with you in this time of sorrow.

Trish Terry
7 years ago

May the support of your family and friends help you through these difficult times and in the days to come. I hope that you find warmth in your memories and comfront from the prayers sent your way.

JENNIFER D'Andrea
7 years ago

My condolences go out to you and your family,god bless each of you in your time of need.

Eric Delia
7 years ago

My deepest sympathy goes out to you all in this troublesome time. I remember Jim being able to make me laugh when he gave someone a hard time on our trips or get-togethers. I can recall that he was a crafty card-player, a heck of a snowboarder, and above all, a good man. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Essie Williams
7 years ago

My hearth goes out to you and your family.My prayers are with you.

laura neal
7 years ago

my prayers are with you. my heartfelt condolences

Marge Petrovich
7 years ago

My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.

Tommy, Denise and John Thomas Taylor
7 years ago

Our hearts and prayers are with you. Our ears are here for you. The memories we will share together.

He will always be with us in our hearts and memories.

Beverly, Jimmy, and Jenifer we love you guys, and are here for you. With Love Always.

DORIS HOWELL
7 years ago

SO SORRY ABOUT YOUR LOSS.

ANYTHING I CAN DO PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

Debbie Feight
7 years ago

So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.

sam whitmore
7 years ago

Sorry for your loss. I always looked up to Jim. It was hard not to because he commanded respect. Plus, he was taller than I. I’ll never forget the things he taught me.

Fred Williams
7 years ago

Sorry for your lost, Jim was a great guy. My prayers are with you.

Bub Hudson
7 years ago

The video tribute was great and very touching. Beverly if you, or my cousin’s Jimmy or Jennifer need anything please feel free to contact me. I have great memories of my Uncle, but I just wish I could have been there more. I will keep you guys in my prayers and I hope all is well.

Gary and Susan Miller
7 years ago

We are praying for your family as you walk this time of great loss. May God give you the grace and peace you need to get through each day.

Our names are unfamiliar because we are Tyler’s aunt and uncle, but these words and our prayers come from the heart.

Clary and Steve Smith
7 years ago

We are sorry for your lost. I know our son Tyler, wished that he was there to help support you also. But so glad that he will be able to make it back for the short time he can. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this time!

Karen Allemand
7 years ago

We have lost a wonderful man. He was kind and befriended many people. I will always have him in my heart. He will be deeply missed.

Karen and Terri

Lynn & Richard Epps
7 years ago

We hope the wonderful memories you have stored in your hearts and minds will keep Jim, AKA Dad, forever with you. May the love of family and friends comfort you at this time of sorrow.

With our deepest sympathy,

Lynn, Richard, & Michael