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Timothy M. "Timm" Keleher

Dracut, Massachusetts

Oct 23, 1972 – Apr 16, 2016 (Age 43)


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Kfoury Keefe Funeral Home Obituary

Timothy M. "Timm" Keleher, age 43 of Dracut, MA passed away on April 16, 2016 of complications from a stroke. Raised in Rockland, MA, he attended Boston College High School and Berklee College of Music, graduating with a degree in Music Production and Engineering. After college, he worked in...

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So sorry to hear of your loss Timm. I will be keeping your mom, dad and brothers in my prayers at this difficult time. RIP

My tears are so numerous and my anguish so deep over the loss of one of my sister's most precious gifts, her youngest son Timothy. No words can remove the pain that this loss brings. I do feel that Marilyn's post sums up what many feel about what Timothy brought to their lives.

Having recently learned of Timothy's passing, I simply wanted to write some thoughts from my heart, for his family.
I did not have the privilege of knowing Timm well personally, yet he was and will always remain a part of my heart.
Reading about his life, I cannot help but recognize his love of music in so many forms.
In most of our history and our hearts, music is forever. It is stronger than death or loss, and stronger than time. Music is the strength that can hold us...

May God be with you knowing he's at peace in the arms of angels awaiting your reunion love to your family

Sorry for your loss, we are thinking of you. Donna & Jeannine Bennett

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Keleher family. Timm had a quiet spirit that we will miss very much.

Our love, thoughts and prayers for the Keleher family during this difficult time. We remember Timm fondly, and recall his ready smile, kind spirit and especially his love of family.

My condolences to his family. Timm was a great person who will be missed.
Daniel Fogel Beverly Ma. 4/20/2016



I am deeply saddened at the loss of Timm, whom I worked with at WGBH-TV. We both share a love of audio and recording, but he was the man behind the faders, with always a good work ethic.

I always enjoyed seeing him and we usually joked about something. I enjoyed hearing about his home projects such as his car, recording stdio or his garage. At work, Timm always came through with a good mix, and sometimes this took quite a bit of effort.

I will miss seeing...