James Aristidou

James Lee Aristidou

Thursday, November 4th, 1943 - Saturday, July 20th, 2019
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James Lee Aristidou of Owings Mills, passed away on July 20, 2019. He was born on November 4, 1943 in Baltimore, Maryland to the late James Gustav and Marie Elnira Murray Aristidou. He was married to Lillian Walker Aristidou.

Mr. Aristidou was in sales for Heritage.

In addition to his wife, Lillian Aristidou, James is survived by his son, James Lee Aristidou, III.
He was predeceased by his daughter, Virginia Roberts.

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Harry Kolodner

Posted at 04:32pm
Jim's years in the JC's has made an impression on many, he is fondly remembered by those of us from the early days. We are getting to the point that our peers are passing and we have the lasting memories of times past. I took the liberty of posting the passing of Jim and as I write this over 100 people have mentioned or posted in his memory. May he live forever in our hearts, R.I.P. my friend

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