Timothy Garvey
1992 - 2020
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Timothy Garvey
Jan. 26, 1992 - Sept. 25, 2020
Los Gatos
Timothy passed away 25 September after succumbing to a debilitating disease he had struggled with for many years.
Born and raised in Los Gatos, Tim was known for excelling both academically in the classroom and athletically on the football and baseball fields at Los Gatos High School.
He forever touched the lives of all who knew him. We will never forget and will greatly miss his kind, gentle, witty and loving nature. Always happy and charming around friends and family, he brought a ray of sunshine into every room.
Tim passed much too soon but was able to fill the short time he was with us as with love and happiness.
Tim was a friend to all. He is survived by his parents and two brothers, Nathan and Steven.
We will miss him dearly.
A virtual celebration of life is being planned. The celebration will be open to all who knew Tim.
Brian Hudgel
Info@hudgelswan.com



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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Oct. 13, 2020.
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October 17, 2020
Remember that Tim was half Aussie, born on Jan 26 Australia Day! Christmas visits to Louises's parents would see Tim keeping up with his big brothers and cousins on the family farm, enjoying the fresh air, sunshine and open spaces (and the computer games.) Hold on to the good memories. All kids are precious.
Heather Boyd
October 17, 2020
Just so so sad especially for his beautiful and devotes mum, Louise
Robert Boyd
Family
October 15, 2020
Oh Timmy I wish you had beat this disease. It was with crushing sadness that we learned of your passing. Very, very sad and we will miss you.
Kathy Furtado
Friend
October 13, 2020
Tim will always remembered as the gentle, beautiful young man that he was. He will be dearly missed by all.
Courtney Kimmey
Family
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