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Mark Tim Garvey Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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October 13, 2017
Tim was my best friend in high school and during college vacations. We had such good times together.

Please accept my condolences,
Chuck Pettis
September 18, 2017
Dear Meg and Paul,
So sorry about the passing of Tim. I feel like I lost a brother, thanks to the Friday night club. Tim is up there setting up chairs for Re cruise. Love and hugs.
September 18, 2017
Dear Meg and Paul,
I feel as if I lost a brother. We belonged to a special group, the Friday night club. He is up there setting up chairs for the cruise. My love and condolences.
Beth Harper Bradley
September 17, 2017
So sorry to hear that I won't be running into Tim anymore as he navigated through Wegman's like a dandelion on a breeze...happy wherever he went. If you were having a bad day, running into Tim always made it better. The grocery store may have replaced the days of listening to "Desperado" at the Stables Inn or sitting at the bar with his snifter, but with Tim it didn't matter where you were. He was the same no matter how much time went by, even decades. He ALWAYS asked about the children, remembering their names, and how I was doing. Very thoughtful man. So many memories.... "Pink elephants on Turkey Hill Road"... just one of many "Tim" stories.