We had some great times in the old neighborhood back in "the high school days". You, Dale & Clay Miller, Jim McKnight and the rest of us playing home run derby at North Palomino, pick up basketball games (with no fouls), and hitting the streets in Tampa on Saturday nights in the 70's together. You always had a way to lighten up any get together (with an incredible quick wit), good taste in music (James Taylor before he was cool) and were fun to watch firing those...
“It is with great sadness that we are writing this. Although we only met Tim once in person while inquiring about his condo in CR, that meeting ended in a hug. Over the next couple of years, Tim was not just a landlord, but a really good friend. We would e-mail back and forth covering many different topics.We found that Tim was kind, caring, considerate,and had a great sense of humour. When the e-mails stopped, we knew something was wrong. Rest in peace, our dear friend Tim.
“To the Meacham Family;
I am so sorry your beautiful son Tim was taken from you so early in his life. Tim provided everyone he touched with limitless amounts of love, kindness, sharing, caring, laughter, support, honesty, honor and respect. I will always remember Tim for his innate ability to find humor in the most obscure and inconsequential moments in life. He made us all laugh and that was one of the many gifts he shared with us. I will miss Tim as many others will, let's never...
“It is impossible for me to think of Tim without grinning or chuckling inside. He never took things too serious and was the most genuine, no nonsense person. But just imagine Tim and Johnny Guitar Watson hanging out in Heaven cutting the fool, having fun. Meach, we'll miss you. You were The Best
“To the Meacham Family,
I am very sorry for the passing of Tim. Certainly, his loss is a shock for us all. He left us way before his time.
While I am not seen Tim in several years, he left an indelible impression on all of us at Florida State. He was a kind and decent person who was extremely loyal and supportive of his friends. Never had a bad word to say about anyone, nor anyone about him. He was liked and well respected by all of his brothers.
“Meach was taken fromus way too soon. While it has bee a some time since I have seen Tim,I will always remember the great times at Plant,FSU and when we got together back in Tampa. My condolences to the Meachem Family.
“The memories of "Meach" are treasured and will live on forever...a gift he left us all. Always my friend and always had my back. Mr & Mrs Meacham, my deepest sympathy for your loss. He is loved and will be missed. Love, Buddy
“Via Con Dios, Tim. I will miss you. You'll be back with Cisco. Stay hello to Dupont.
“Blessings and kind thoughts.
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MEACHAM, Timothy A. 56, passed away suddenly at his home in Safety Harbor on Sept 23. 2012. Survived by parents, Jeanne and Tom Meacham; brother, David (Teresa); sister, Nancy Martis (John); aunt; nieces; nephews and cousins. Tim was born in Cleveland, OH and moved to Tampa in 1959. He attended...Read More