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August 20, 2018

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February 18, 2018
enjoyed the years we had on numerous jobsites you always made me laugh or smile you will be missed by me and many. god bless my brother we shall meet again.CAROLINA
February 18, 2018
enjoyed the years we had on numerous jobsites you always made me laugh or smile you will be missed by me and many. god bless my brother we shall meet again.CAROLINA
February 18, 2018
I met Tim many years ago on SingSnap karaoke site. He made a negative remark about something and I questioned why he did it. It started an instant friendship. He was younger than my own children, but soon began to feel like family.
We corresponded through SingSnap and emails and even sent each other Christmas cards and a couple times at Christmas he mailed me a stackable snowman filled with candy and another year a Santa filled with candy. Such a thoughtful young man.
Our last conversation, shortly before he passed he told me his pain was so bad and he knew he was worrying Gigi..he said she did everything to ease the pain,,,he loved her so much.
He said he fell shoveling snow and he was thinking of ways to take his mind off the pain.
He fought a good fight ...He loved his Gigi and his family and his welding family.
He will be missed by all of us, who never had the pleasure of meeting him in person.
I hope he knew this old lady loved him like one of my own and I will miss him,
Hugs and prayers to all
Granny Janet
February 18, 2018