Timothy LaFavor
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Timothy LaFavor

Timothy LaFavor passed away suddenly on August 5, 2020 at the age of 61. He is survived by wife Kathy (nee Scully) LaFavor, brother Larry (Sue) LaFavor and sister Laurie (Jim) Kasten. Tim is preceded in death by his parents Ralph and Theresa LaFavor. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him including several nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and other relatives and friends.

Due to the current global situation there will be no services. In lieu of flowers, you are invited to give donations to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (N.A.M.I.).




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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Aug. 9 to Aug. 11, 2020.
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August 23, 2020
Sad new about an old friends ! Love and hugs Kathy
Cynthia
Friend
August 16, 2020
Tim was such a dear friend when I lived on Galveston. My heart goes out to Kathy and Tim's family.
Rev. Dr. Tony Thieman-Somora
Friend
August 15, 2020
In my 5 years at Priests of the Sacred Heart Development Office I was blessed to work closely with Tim. He was a pleasure to work with, and even more important, a true friend. My heart goes out to all his family and friends. A good man has left us.
Sid Liebenson
Coworker
August 14, 2020
Great guy to share an office with and work beside. He always talked about you Kathy with a smile in his eyes. Such a great soul and hard worker. Loved seeing him outside of work at a parade, and of course yelling out his name so he knew we were there. Blessings and Peace Tim.
Eileen
Coworker
August 13, 2020
Along time ago I knew Tim for a short period of time. He was funny and kind.
Kim Marzed
Friend
August 13, 2020
I had the pleasure of working with Tim at Emjay years ago, he was my he was such a kind, sweet and funny soul. He always kept me laughing. He was truly a great person. RIP my friend! My condolences to Kathy and the rest of the family.
Jaime Porter
Friend
August 12, 2020
Tim's death leaves a large hole in the Greendale Village Concert Band, not only in terms of his instruments (tuba and electric bass) but also in terms of his love of music and support of the group. His music suggestions and Master-of Ceremony narratives were important contributions to the group's performances. May he flourish and find joy and peace in the band of angels. He is greatly missed.

Elaine Wendt
Friend
August 11, 2020
Kathy, you have my sincere condolences! You and Tim hold special places in our hearts. You both are in my prayer❤
Gracie and Bill Rondeau
Gracie Rondeau
Friend
August 11, 2020
It was a pleasure knowing Tim and seeing him every year for several years. He made an impression on me as a very wonderful person.
Donna
Acquaintance
August 11, 2020
Blessings & Love to my dear friend, Kathy. Remembering Tim celebrating with the GuruVee Gals, enjoying his tuba Christmas concert, and his always kind soul. Peace to you.
Dawnkristi
Friend
August 11, 2020
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August 11, 2020
We are next door neighbors for the last 19 years. Tim will be missed by all of us.
Tracy Navarro
Neighbor
August 11, 2020
My office mate... two complete opposites! What a great Man and kind hearted soul.. RIP Tim..
To Felix from Oscar
Erin
Erin
Coworker
August 11, 2020
I worked with Tim at both St. Ann Center and also Priest of the Sacred Heart he was a great guy and friend. He always had a kind word for everyone! Rest in pease brother.
Bill Rondeau
Bill Rondeau
Friend
August 10, 2020
One of those rare individuals that you could reach out to when in need of his knowledge and talents as conveyed by a friend of mine. Rest in Peace, Tim and God Bless and keep you.
A Distant Friend
Acquaintance
August 10, 2020
He was a very special brother-in-law, and we will miss him dearly.
Sandy Pickett (Scully)
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