James William Toensing  March 01 1932  January 27 2019

James William Toensing March 01 1932 January 27 2019

James William Toensing March 01, 1932 – January 27, 2019 Share this obituary Send Flowers View/Sign Guest Book| Send Private Condolences| Send Sympathy Card James William Toensing, 86, of Tempe, passed away on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at his home. Mr. Toensing, a retired engineer for a machine manufacturing company, was born on March 1, 1932 in St. Paul, Minnesota to the late Arthur Louis and Anna Toensing. He was preceded in death by his sister, Evelyn Toensing and is survived by his brothers, Evyn Toensing and Britton Toensing. Private services will be held at a later date. Send Private Condolences Send Sympathy Card Print Obituary View/Sign Guest Book

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of James William Toensing March 01 1932 January 27 2019.

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Death notice for the town of: Tempe, state: Arizona

death notice James William Toensing March 01 1932 January 27 2019

obituary notice James William Toensing March 01 1932 January 27 2019

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  1. Sorry to here that Jim passed away. I worked for Briggs Cunningham for 10 years starting in 1972. There were a number of times Jim and I would take the GT 40 out to exercise it. One of those times we were doing 95 MPH on the 5 FWY and he chirpped the tires going into 5th gear. His car was extremely fast ! We had a 4 acre parking lot at the Museum so mostly we would have fun sliding around the parking lot. Briggs would have a large catered party once a year at the Museum for Members and guests, we would start many of the cars in the collection. One time Otto Zipper’s T33/3 Alfa was parked next to Jim’s GT-40 , Jim starts revving the engine on the GT-40 and Otto begins revving the engine on the Alfa they each hit about 7,000 RPMs and blew one of the framed pictures off the wall. All in all Jim was a good guy. Chris I may have some pictures if I can find them , feel free to email me.

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