A Time to be Born
AJ was born June 14, 1995 in Charlottesville, VA to Marian Dimuel and Alexander Dimuel.
A Time for Spiritual Growth
AJ joined Countyline Baptist Church at the very young age of 5 years old. From there his, journey began, AJ was always in church, always giving, always loving people. “People” was his ministry in this life. AJ expanded his love for Christ and as he continued his journey, he joined Pilgrim Journey Baptist Church in January 2007 and remained a loyal and active member throughout his life. AJ was the president of the Youth Usher Board and served on the Senior Men’s Usher Board.
A Time to Learn
AJ graduated from Louisa High School on May 23, 2014. After graduating, AJ attended J. Sergeant Reynolds Community College focusing on Communications. AJ had a passion for acting, people, and he loved life.
A Time to Achieve
AJ was productively employed Breakthru Beverage Group located in Sandston, Virginia.
A Time to Remember
AJ was preceded in death by his grandparents, Virginia C. Dimuel, William A. Coleman, and Olivia C. Coleman; aunts: Gloria Coleman, Rachel A. Dimuel and Francine Smith; uncles: Gary Coleman and Joseph B. Woody.
He leaves to cherish his momery, his daughter, the apple of his eye, sweet baby girl Kiara Robinson of Richmond, VA; devoted father, Alexander (Cindy) of Henrico, VA, loving mother, Marian Dimuel, of Louisa, VA; grandparents; Oscar A. Dimuel of Henrico, VA, Joseph S. Woody (Viola) of Montpelier, VA; aunts; Paula (Roger) Minor of Charlotte, NC, Mazie Dimuel of Goochland, VA, Betty Winston of Richmond, VA, and Catherine (Allen) Thompson of Henrico, VA: uncles; Alvin and Charles Coleman of Louisa, VA, Willie (Angela) Dimuel of Hartford, MD, Clyde Woody of Richmond, VA, Warren Woody of Montpelier, VA, and Eddie (Angela) Dimuel of Goochland VA.
AJ also leaves to cherish his devoted and best friends, Dalvin “DJ” Jones of Richmond, VA and D’Vell Hinson of Richmond, VA. along with a host of close cousins, relatives and friends.
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