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February 26, 2007
Dad,
Well, it finally happened.I have met the man I have always hoped for. I'm so sad you aren't here to meet him. He loves me like no other has. And I love him more than I thought I could love anyone. You would like him. He would make you laugh and you would be proud to call him your son in law. We will be married in August and your presence will be missed tremendously. I love you.
February 20, 2007
Hardly does a day go by without some event triggering our fond memoryof Tim.
April 30, 2006
Missy,
I remember your parents so well in Hawaii, it was like yesterday. I always thought you had the "hippest" parents on base. Reading all the entries, it sounds like he had a full and wonderful life. My thoughts are with you and your sisters. I know your dad is watching out for all three of you.
Take care,
Love,
Cathy Loft
April 06, 2006
Thank you, Tim and Debbie, for sharing your magical trip to New York City with a few of your Up with People fans. We will long celebrate your life, Tim, as one dedicated to loving life and the people you could touch so deeply. My grandma used to say, "You honor those you love the most by continuing to live your life with integrity, humor and love." Debbie you do that so graciously and I hope knowing that all of us will try a bit harder to do so in Tim's honor will ease your sadness. 'Til we meet again, Tim.
Love,
Lindsey Johnson
April 03, 2006
So long old buddy we had a great time at El Camino High School. I will never forget you, some of the craziest and funniest things I ever did were with you. I would never do them again, no matter how much you paid me. I really wish we could have been closer after our careers ended. Your SOM buddy Ronnie
April 02, 2006
Ken and I were saddened to hear of Tim's passing. We met Debbie and Tim in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, and shared a love of music, theater, traveling, and bridge. Heaven must be planning some big production extravaganza and needed Tim's smile, laughter, and extraordinary talent! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Debbie.

Mary and Ken Smith
March 19, 2006
Tim was a wonderful person, someone who could always make those around him smile. He truly lived an incredible life and I was thrilled for him to be able to travel to New York during the last few weeks of his life. . . he described it as "the experience of a lifetime". He continued to plan trips, enjoy dining at good restaurants, and live life as an adventure right up until the end. He set a great example for us all of how to live life to the fullest. Yet despite all his travels, I believe he found his greatest source of pride and happiness in his wife, Debbie and in his three daughters. I never saw him without hearing him speak with great love of Debbie, in particular. He leaves us all with so many memories . . . . .Debbie, I am thinking of you and send you my prayers.
March 19, 2006
Dear Debbie, my heart goes out to you. All who know you and Tim are sharing in this loss. But, Tim's spirit is with us still in our hearts and memories. His many theatrical performances still dance around in our minds. My fondest memory is him as Tevye in the Pioneer Players production of "Fiddler." He gave such life to those funny one-liners and the "Dream Sequence." What a wonderful actor and person! I am glad to have known him. And I am here to support you in any way that I can. Love, Irene
March 17, 2006
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