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Timothy T Timson, Jr.

December 24, 1971 - December 28, 2020


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    Stella Owens says

    He was my best friend and boyfriend for a very long time and I will miss him and treasure the memories we had together love you Timmy I’m sharing one of his favorite photos of him in the rainbow on the river life he’s fine he’s just

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    Dave Watson says

    R. I. P. Jr.

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    Cayce Frederick says

    Tim always knew how to have a good time and his sense of humor was unmatched. He could take a stressful situation and show the lighter side with his jokes. He stood for what he believed in and was a wealth of knowledge with his passions. To Pam, Billy, and Will, keep your heads up and push on for you are the legacy now! I’m sorry for our/you’re loss.

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      John Dielkes says

      He was a good friend and coworker form John at wolfes

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    John Dielkes says

    He was a good friend and coworker from John at wolfes

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Timothy T Timson, Jr., 49, passed away in Evansville, Indiana on Monday, December 28th, 2020. He was born to Pamela L. (Wood) Yon and Timothy T Timson, Sr. on December 24th, 1971 in Saint Louis, Missouri.

He graduated from North High School in Evansville, Indiana. He then went on to serve in the United States Army where he served for several years and he later retired from. His service to his country is something that he was the most proud of. He was also an avid outdoorsman. He loved to go camping and boating and just spending as much time outdoors as possible. He was also gun collector and enjoyed examining their inner workings.

Timothy was preceded in death by his father.

He is survived by his mother; his son, William Tuck; his brother, William Timson; his nieces Debra and Clara-Donna Timson; his nephews, Timothy Timson and Dylan Williamson; his great-nephew, Koltyn Moore; and his long-time girlfriend, Stella Owens. He is also survived by a lot of additional family and friends.

Services with military honors will be held at a later date.