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James J. Lindenfelser

  • On June 17, 2020
  • 7 Comments

James Joseph Lindenfelser, age 84 of Baldwin Borough, passed away peacefully at home on Monday, June 15, 2020. He was born in Bloomfield and is the son of the late John and Alice Lindenfelser. James proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. He loved hunting and was a member of the Clairton Gun Club. He also enjoyed golf, wine, traveling with his wife Joan, and spending time with his family.

Beloved husband of Joan; loving father of Teri (Dennis) Byrnes, Vicki (Jim) Gough, and Gary (Holly) Lindenfelser; brother of Jack (Patricia) and the late Bill Lindenfelser. Grandfather of Jake (Jamie) Plumb, Lucas (Rebecca) Plumb, Brandon, Elisabeth, Jared and Elijah Harmony, Bill and Kay Lindenfelser; great-grandfather of Ethan and Caleb Plumb. Also, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Private inurnment with military honors will take place at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies. Arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, McMurray, PA. Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at www.PittsburghCremation.com.

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7 Comments

Bridget/Bernie Heuer
  • Jun 17 2020
Teri, Joan and families I was so sad to hear about Jim he was such a good guy and I always enjoyed seeing him. I was wondering how he was doing when I hadn’t seen him for a few months. I’ll miss him. Teri, if you need anything let me know either now or in the future.
Janet Devinney
  • Jun 18 2020
Oh Joan, I am so sorry. I hope he didn't suffer. I planned to visit last year but then Sherry passed on. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Sue
Dawn Mowry
  • Jun 18 2020
To the Lindenfelser family, our prayers are with you at this time. Janet Scanlon, & Dawn Mowry.
Pat Thomson
  • Jun 19 2020
I will always remember working with Jim. One of my favorite stories from him was when he was waiting to cross a street in Pittsburgh. He set his toolbox down. Some guy thought to steal it not realizing how heavy it was. The attempted thief ran by and fell on his butt! I also want to thank you for your hospitality when I stayed at your home.
Dennis and Adrienne Harms
  • Jun 20 2020
So very sorry to know Jim has fallen asleep in the Lord. May his memory be eternal. Blessings to you Joan and all of your family.
Lisa Lee Zynosky
  • Jun 21 2020
I’m so sorry to hear this. Jim was a great man that we loved dearly. My favorite memory of him was when he and Joan, Mommie and Dad, And Rob and I went down the rapids. We had so much fun. I loved it when he and Joan came for picnics and he and Dad played horse shoes. He took me wedding pictures in 1993. I loved his stories of him in the Marine Corps. I’ll miss him. You all have my sympathy and my love. May God be with you all.
Noreen
  • Jun 22 2020
Joan and Lindenfelser family I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was such a sweet man and wonderful neighbor. I so enjoyed chatting with him on the front porch during evening dog walks. Always plenty of laughs listening to Jim tell tales of his boyhood in Bloomfield and the Marine Corps. He will be missed.
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