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September 23, 2018

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November 12, 2017
I will miss him he was always kind and treated everyone with respect and honor.
November 7, 2017
It was a great joy to have known Tim. He was a gentleman of the first order. Our thoughts and prayers go out t Emily and the family. Margaret and phil
November 2, 2017
I was very lucky to have known Tim. As a child, i remember him well. He was my dad's best friend, and when Tim came to visit, he always had time for me. We loved talking about cars and bikes, and as i became an adult, i would often call Tim on advice on that matter. Later on, we would share photos of a new car or motorcycle and we would share stories about our adventures. Tim was a so full of life. I used to call him the James Bond of branford. I once told my dad that Tim was his coolest friend, and i wasn't sure what he was doing hanging around my dad! As the years went on, i fully understood. Tim and my pop where gentlemen, men from another era. Men that worked hard and served and sacrificed for their country. Tim was my James Bond, but in reality, he was the real deal. I will miss Tim and always remember him as a kind, sweet man, always willing to listen, laugh, and bring joy to everyone around him.