“I know it had been a few years but I just found out of his death. I have to tell once again my favorite Tim Marcum story. It was December 1976 and Coach Marcum had been an assistant at my high school in San Antonio for two years. He left to coach at Ranger Jr college and was back at my high school for a recruiting trip. After talking with some of the players before school who were seniors he saw me parking my car. I was an equipment manager for three years and did not know what I might be...
“You will always be in my heart Tim. You are definitely one of a kind!! Love you forever! ❤
“Just learned of Coach's passing. I played for Coach Tim at Ranger. It was not hard to see he was heading for the top!
“Lynn and the Marcum family my deepest condolences for the loss of a great man.I was able to care for him for awhile before he moved to crystal river RIP COACH Laurie visiting angels
“Tim was my linebacker coach on the San Antonio Gunslingers. I was (initially very unhappily) traded to the SA Guns and met Tim in the hotel lobby where the team stayed during training camp.
Amid that day's confusion, apparently I missed a meeting Coach Marcum had told me about when we met that first time, and he later chewed me out about my no show. With my being irritated about the trade to San Antonio and wondering "who the hell is this guy", I chewed right back. Tim...
“Sorry to lose an Alpha Sigma Chi cohort(McM athletic social club) I always thought he was special.
Roger Todd Moore
“Your dad has gone home. Maybe visiting with my mom if his Spanish is decent. lol. My prayers are with you sisters, love you, V
“I was the team doc for the last 8 years that Tim was the coach and we were good friends. I echo the sentiment that those who knew him well knew of his big heart. He loved football, but even more he loved his players. I remember my first year when we won the Arenabowl here in Tampa. A few weeks after he called me into his office and took out a ring sizer and asked be to give him my ring size. I broke into a smile and said "I get a ring too?" He said "Of course Doc, You are...
“Rarely have I ever seen such a glow, a spark and enthusiasm in discussing a man as when Mitzi and Michelle spoke of their COACH. Their love of THEIR DAD will always be seen in their faces and heard in the stories they continue to tell. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family.
Tim Marcum, who led the Tampa Bay Storm to three championships and was the winningest coach in Arena Football League history, died Thursday at a hospice in Citrus County."Anybody that knew Coach Marcum knew he was larger than life," Bill Wickett, executive vice president of marketing...Read More