This is one of the toughest calls I’ve ever had to receive. My heart and prayers go out to Tim’s family and friends. He was one of the best men I ever had a chance to know. He was such a loving man, and great friend to me in our younger years. I just heard from him last week on Facebook wishing me Happy Birthday. That’s the kind of guy he was from day one of knowing. If you were his friend, you were a friend for life. I have so many great memories with him. Great stories I still share with my wife and family. Most of them end in with a smile or laugh. He had one of the greatest laughs ever! He will truly be missed. Rest easy my friend. Til we meet again. -Guy
What a great son in law. Thank you for all you did for my daughter and grandchildren. You were always so kind to Tori and that meant more to me than you could ever know You could always make me laugh. Rest in Peace Tim. There is no way you can ever be replaced in our hearts.
RIP friend. You were a cool guy. Prayers to your family
There never comes a easy time for this, Tim was a good man, he was a hard worker , there was never nothing he wouldn’t try and best believe he would finish it , we picked on his grandkids at same time together soo much , we got very close , Tim helped me a lot, I loved him deeply, Tim was a funny man for the most part besides the bitchin at the dogs lol, boy would he get to going , just the way he did things you wouldn’t believe lol, may you rest easy Tim, we all miss you deeply ,
I’m so sorry to hear this tragic news. Tim was always such a pleasant funny guy and one hell of a worker. Prayers for his loved ones and Tim may you rest in heaven.
I met Tim when I trained him in at Lewis Bakery in shipping. We discovered we shared birthdays and actually had a connection with Carrie having worked with my wife’s twin sister several years prior. I like him immediately — he was smart, friendly, had a never-stop motor at work (unlike me), and he was good friend and coworker in the time I knew him. My heart goes out to his family and friends.
My heart and all my deepest sympathies go out to his family and loved ones. In the time I knew Tim, whom I met at Lewis Bakery, he was a good friend, a great coworker with a motor that seemed to never quit (unlock mine), and just a genuine person. Absolutely nothing phony about him. Just a really good, honest man. And he will be sorely missed.
I met Tim when I was in 8th grade and he was in 6th at Gethsemane Christian School . He was a good friend . Heck of a basketball player . And his parents were my teachers in school. Rest In Peace my friend .
I hated to hear this more than anything in the world. Tim was always so kind, a loving father, joked around and never took himself too serious. He is and will always be missed dearly. Till we meet again.
Just over a year ago, I lost my daddy, Timothy Stovall. I never had the relationship with you that I would’ve liked to have, unknown to me until far too late that it wasn’t for lack of you trying. The things I do know and remember clearly about you were how hard and tirelessyyyou worked for everything you had and to provide for your family, you took pride in your accomplishments that were achieved through strong determination, those little sayings it felt like you always repeated were worth mentioning a third or fourth or thousandth time because as an adult remembering them, they are truly more profound and valuable tools to help maneuver myself throughout the rest of my life with a daddy in heaven. Though not always often, the times we did have one-on-one talks made sure that your wise food-for-thought left a lasting impression on me, especially now that everything you tried to teach me out of love makes perfect sense and I’ve realized you did the things you did because you loved me and not for any other reason like I was not good enough or out of sight and out of mind living 2+ hours away. You had such a bright and uplifting sense of humor that put a smile on anyone and everyone that spent any amount of time around you. The way you carried yourself and your way of thinking showed clearly how intelligent of a person you were and I will always admire the amount of thought put into everything rather than just shrugging everything off without so much as a second thought ever, because that thoughtfulness has passed on to me and it has revealed powerful lessons to me that school can’t teach you. Thank you for going on to have my baby sister with Carrie because although I don’t see her much either, I worry about her and wish I was around to keep her safe from the world. She turned out so great growing up by your side and the close bond shared between you both was a special one and I know she thought of you as her hero and best friend. I miss you every single day and will continue to but I’m glad you’re at peace. I hope with every fiber of my being that even though I’m not where I need to be or could be, and despite mistkes I’ll continue to make throughout my lifetime, that you’re somewhere out there looking after me and you feel proud of me and how hard I try to take something out of everything I experience and the way I try my hardest to be the best person I can according to my own standarda. I love you so much, hopefully you never had to wonder if that was true.
Timothy Michael Stovall, 45, passed away on January 31, 2020. He was born on March 27, 1974 to Tom and Judy Stovall in Evansville, Indiana.
Tim was a strong, hardworking man. He enjoyed working as a production operator for Sabic and helped with volunteer fire watch for the company. Tim loved his family with all his heart. He was an amazing father and son. Tim enjoyed working out and weight lifting. He participated in several weight lifting competitions. Tim was an avid gun collector. He also loved his dogs.
Tim is survived by his children Brandon (Katie) Stovall, Brooke Stovall (Wesley), Brittany Stovall, and Cierra Cleary (Elmer Cantrell), his grandsons Karsynn Cantrell and Keegyn Cantrell; his parents Tom and Judy Stovall; his brothers Matt (Megan) Stovall and Jeremy Stovall; the love of his life Carrie Stovall; and several loving nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Tim was preceded in death by his grandparents Richard and Lea Anselment and Lloyd and Dorothy Stovall.
Visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 6th at Sunset Funeral Home.
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