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William G. Aheimer Jr.

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Friday, October 11th
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home, Richboro
800 Newtown-Richboro Road
Richboro, PA 18954

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Memorial Service

Friday, October 11th
11:00 AM

Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home, Richboro
800 Newtown-Richboro Road
Richboro, PA 18954

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Graveside prayer service

Friday, October 11th

St. Ignatius Cemetery
River Road
Yardley, PA 19067

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William G. Aheimer, Jr, of Newtown, PA, passed away peacefully on Monday, October 7, 2019, surrounded by his children.  Bill is a dearly loved father, grandfather, and brother.  

Bill is survived by his five children Angela (John) Stonkus, Bill (Robyn) Aheimer, III, Lisa (Jack) Heverly, Karen (Chris) Serafin, and Elena (Rick) Davis, fourteen grandchildren, and one great-grandson.  He is predeceased in death by his beloved wife Ann Marie Angel of nearly 32 years.

Having lost his beloved wife Ann to cancer in 1990, Dad felt fortunate to find love again with Ruth Forman.  They married January 25, 1992 and enjoyed 24 years together. Bill embraced Ruth’s children as his own and is further survived by her daughter Karen (Tony) Clintock, their three children and her (deceased) son Kenny’s wife, Linda, and their two children.

Bill was born May 9, 1932 to Caroline and William G. Aheimer, in Pittsburgh, PA.  He had seven siblings: Caroline and Frank Ullrich, Lois, Wilma, Annette, Jack and Doris.  Bill served in the US Army during the Korean conflict. His family was always proud that he was the first in the family to graduate from college (Dusquesne University). 

Bill particularly enjoyed spending time with his family, whether playing cards at home or organizing shuffleboard tournaments or a golf match in the backyard at family events!  Family vacations at the NJ Shore and an RV trip south were among his favorites. Bill was an accomplished golfer, winning a number of Hopewell Valley Golf Club championships. He especially liked hunting at the family cabin with his son, brother, son-in-law, grandson, and nephews.  Welcoming grandbabies to the family was a particular joy! On Christmas Eve, 1986, he and Ann spent the whole night in the hospital, awaiting the arrival of their first grandchild! (She wasn’t born until 2 PM the next day.)

Bill was an entrepreneur.  Founding Gemini Plastics with his partner of 30 years, Steven R. Czigler, they built a thriving manufacturing business with many members of both families participating in the growth and development of that business.  By both example and instruction, he gave his children a strong work ethic.

We, his children, feel exceedingly blessed by the Lord for the privilege of having him as our Dad.  He had a knack for giving concise and well-placed words of wisdom as we grew into adults and started families of our own.  Without interfering, he trusted we would do what is right and best, which instilled confidence. He endeavored to be fair and always took up the side of the underdog.   He was a good neighbor and a glad and generous helper to those in need.  

His last several years were challenging--loving and caring for his wife Ruth during her health decline while beginning to experience his own.  He persevered through all the difficulties with remarkable grace and acceptance, making things easier for us, his children. He never complained.  

He and Mom have given us the legacy of a close and loving family and of faith in our Savior, Jesus Christ.  It is a cherished legacy that we certainly didn’t deserve but by some unfathomable Providence received and now endeavor to honor, passing it on to our own children, with God’s help.  We love you Dad and look forward to the day when we will be forever reunited “not because of works we have done, but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit, whom he poured out on us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior..” Titus 3:5-6

Bill’s family will receive friends on Friday, October 11, 2019 from 10:00AM until his Memorial Service at 11:00AM in the Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Home, 800 Newtown-Richboro Road (at Holland Road) Richboro, PA 18954. Interment will follow at St. Ignatius Cemetery in Yardley, PA. 

In lieu of flowers, donations honoring Bill's memory may be mailed to Compassion International, 12290 Voyager ParkwayColorado Springs, CO 80997 or made at:


Compassion International
12290 Voyager Parkway
Colorado Springs , CO 80997
(800) 336-7676
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