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Timothy (Tim) Sloper Obituary
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July 18, 2018

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July 18, 2018

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May 24, 2006
I'll remember Tim as a soldier of Christ. As his fought this horrible disease, he always remained focused on Jesus, and both he and Lorraine knew they would never have made it through the battle without our Lord. When death finally came for his saint, Tim, I know that God was in charge of the final passage with open and loving arms. I was blessed to have known Tim on earth, and will be blessed again to see him in heaven. In God Always,
May 18, 2006
Tim Sloper - I will always remember Tim for the kind, gentle, high spirited man that he was. Tim always made time to talk with me about his Family and thier weekends together and also made time to listen to my thoughts and concerns. Tim gave great advice to me time after time and I will truly miss him and his warm hearted smile.
May 16, 2006
My thoughts and prayers are with Tim's family, whom he adored and cherished so much. In every conversation we had they were always a focal point of great pride for Tim. During the years I knew Tim he was one of the most Honorable and gracious people I had ever met. For the friends he had at A. Biederman always remember The Great Chomper kidnapping where Tim paid the hefty ransom of a Tuna melt to recover his Purple Dinasour.
May 16, 2006
Tim was a really great person. You could always tell how much his family meant to him. He would come into work early so he could leave in time to be at his girl’s sporting events. His family always came first. He always had a genuine smile on his face and always seemed to be truly happy. The bravery, courage, and faith with which he dealt with his sickness is an inspiration to all. He will be very missed by everyone whose path he crossed, but especially by his family, whom he loved so very much. My deepest sympathies to his family and loved ones; they will be kept in our prayers.