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James  Freidly

James Ira Freidly Jr.

Tuesday, June 2nd, 1936 - Monday, August 17th, 2020
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Obituary

James I. Freidly Jr. of Wagontown, passed away on Monday, August 17, 2020 at Lancaster General
Hospital. He was 84. Born in New Holland, PA he was the son of the late James M. and Dorothy (Pugh)
Freidly. He was the loving husband of Jacqueline A. (Wolf) Freidly with whom he shared 66 years of
marriage.
After attending New Holland (now Garden Spot) High School, Jim had a long career as a printer with
Depaco Inc. of Downingtown, PA. He retired in 1999 after 42 years of service. An avid outdoorsman, Jim
enjoyed hunting, fishing and dog training. He was a long time member of Northern Lancaster County
Sportsmens Assoc. and the Speedwell Forge Club. He spent many wonderful times enjoying these
activities with his children and grandchildren. Particularly in his later years, Jim was an avid sports fan
of the Phlllies, Eagles and Penn State Nittany Lions.
Jim is survived by his wife Jacqueline, son James I Freidly III husband of June (Kelso), Morgantown; son
Ricky W. Freidly, Honey Brook; Jacqueline M. Padovani, wife of Dean, Reading; daughter Gwendolyn V.
Miller, wife of Dean, Millersville; son Terrance (Ted) J. Freidly, Fivepointville. Five sisters; Peg, wife of
Chet Clark of Terre Hill; Ruth, wife of Merle Moyer of Akron; Helen, wife of the late Richard Schaeffer of
Lititz; Mildred, wife of the late Paul Zimmerman of Ephrata; Edna, wife of Joe Rice of Brownstown;
and brother Leroy, (wife Dorothy) of Denver; six grandchildren (Doug, Eric, Lindsay, Dana, Whitney and
Ryan) and six great grandchildren (Reece, Aaron, Claire, Natalie, Trudy and Luke. Jim was preceded in
death by sisters Marian Unangst and Dorothy Rehm (husband William).
Due to circumstances surrounding the corona virus pandemic, services will be private at the
convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. To send an online condolence to the family, visit www.GroffEckenroth.com Arrangemetns by the Groff High Funeral Home, New Holland, PA
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Arthur Rettew

Posted at 06:39pm
Jacqueline and family, I was so sorry to see that cousin Jim had passed away. My memories go back to when the Freidly family lived on Jackson Street in New Holland. After Uncle Jim died, we kind of lost contact with the family. Cousin Jim was a bit older than the rest of us and was often the leader when we visited. May God give you comfort and peace in your time of grief and sorrow.
Art (Butch) and Pat Rettew. By the way, I am the son of Uncle Jim's sister, Miriam Freidly Rettew.
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Rodger Hess

Posted at 05:40pm
To The Freidly Family
Our prayers and sympathy goes out to your family with the loss of your father. Remember all the memories and special times you have shared together with your dad. God Bless!
Rodger and Kim Hess
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Bridget Messner

Posted at 04:43pm
Jackie, Jim, Rick, Jackie, Gwen, Ted, and families,

So sorry to hear about James passing. I have fond memories of him and the whole family with the grandkids.
You are all in my Thoughts and Prayers.

My deepest sympathy,
Bridget Messner





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Tom and Cheryl Weaver

Posted at 01:52pm
Mildred "Millie",
I was sorry to see that your brother passed away. May God's love give you comfort during this difficult time.

A Classmate, Cheryl Weaver
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