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Timothy Sevigny

1958 - 2011 Obituary Condolences
Tim Sevigny finished his adventures here on earth and began his journeys in Heaven on April 5, 2011. He was born on August 22, 1958 and adopted by his loving parents, Wilfrid and Marcella Byzewski Sevigny. Tim embraced life and lived it to the fullest. Growing up in Grafton, North Dakota, he became an Eagle Scout and he played ice hockey all of his life. He went to University of North Dakota on a hockey scholarship and then was drafted to play NHL hockey with the Minnesota North Stars and the Winnepeg Jets. After a knee injury forced him to leave NHL hockey, he ran his parents appliance store and started his own computer company in Grafton. Later, he moved to California and worked for various companies such as Ameriquest, Allied Signal, CBR Systems, Power Computers, Advanced Interlink Systems, and most recently, Northrop Grumman. He had the ability to problem solve throughout his life. Tim had a variety of interests, but seemed to always excel in anything he did. He built his own motorcycle, was once ranked 11th in the nation in shooting, and enjoyed fresh water fishing, and cooking along with having a good time with family and friends. Tim's "can do" attitude along with his compassion, warmth, smile, and intelligence brought him close to the hearts of many. He will be especially missed by his brother, Douglas Sevigny, his love, Andi St. John, stepchildren, Tyler and Mandy St. John and grandchildren, Kaylee Cosenza and Riley Sage. Tim will forever live on in the hearts of family and friends. A funeral service will be held on Friday, April 8, at 6:00 p.m. at 1st United Methodist Church of Redondo Beach, 243 S. Broadway, Torrance, CA. Donations in Tim's name can be made to the 1st United Methodist Church of Redondo Beach. Please sign the guestbook at www.dailybreeze.com/obits. Please go to the mortuary's website, www.LAfuneral.com to send the family messages and share memories.

Published in Daily Breeze on Apr. 7, 2011
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