Timothy T. English
1939 - 2020
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English, Timothy T.
1939 - 2020
Tim, "THE SAXMAN", passed peacefully on June 22 at his home at St. George on the commons, following a brief struggle with cancer. He is preceded in death by his loving wife Loryn, his brother Dale English, and son James English. Survived by daughters, Kelly Humphries (Joe), Debra Sue English (Alix); grandchildren, Sammy and Elijah Humphries; sons, Tim English and Chris English; and stepson, Billy Coomes; and his brother, Nathan English (Susan); and Carolyn and many loving friends who had become his extended family. A celebration of Tim's Life will be held on Sunday, August 16, on what would have been Tim's 81st birthday. The celebration of life will take place at Mickey's Bar, 1230 W 5th Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43212 from 2-4pm. Masks required.

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Published in The Columbus Dispatch from Jul. 31 to Aug. 2, 2020.
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August 5, 2020
Great friend to grow up with playing ball in the street, flying kites,hanging onto car bumpers when snowed in, as well as enjoying his family which were pretty good too. Unfortunately when Tim joined the adult world I did not see him again for 60 years. Sorry nasty virus will not allow me me to join Tim‘s friends and family though Nathan is the only one to remember Grasmere, maybe Johnny Fox, both I would love to hear from
Me still in Columbus on Piedmont and Facebook. Sure miss Tim Jeff Dickie and our childhoods
David sims
August 4, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
David Sims
August 3, 2020
Tim was a great friend and I will miss him very much. Great guy and buddy since High School. RIP good fellow.
Jerry Burns
August 2, 2020
Tim the “Saxman” was a multi-talented musician, piano virtuoso, singer, the consummate entertainer and most of all a good friend and really nice guy. Tim was a fun guy to work with on stage and was always complementary and helpful to other musicians. I will miss him, his humor and the fun times we had playing together. God bless Tim and his family.✝
Gene McKahan
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