- 62 years old
- Date of birth: May 26, 1951
- Place of birth:
Belding, Michigan, United States
- Date of passing: Mar 9, 2014
- Place of passing:
Provo, Utah, United States
|Let the memory of Timothy be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Timothy Harris, 62, born on May 26, 1951 and passed away on March 9, 2014. We will remember him forever.
He had a passion for art that is unspeakable, creativity that is un-imageable, and he could make you laugh with just one look.
Please, Share a story here of our loved one. This is so everyone can view all stories in one spot. Thank You all, we know he is in heaven. God has on heck of an angel.
"My Uncle Tim...Will always be in the hearts of so many, for he knew how to touch so many lives. Tim marched to the beat of his own drum, he was very creative and very good at what he did, I remember listening to him play the piano when I was a child and he told me he learned by ear said he couldn't read a note, the talent this man held was so beautiful, not to mention he knew how to tell stories. You will be missed so much but now you are in Heaven and will be able to share stories with the rest of the family."
"Many may not know that Tim had a blog also. Here is a link to one of his posts. http://timstravelnart.com/"
"Here are some of my favorite memories if my uncle tim.
you are the one that would complain about your hair getting messed up.
You are the one that would make everyone laugh with just one little look.
You are the one that would always eat peanut butter and chicken and drink chocolate milk.
You are the one that is loved by many. We love you and will miss you tons."
"Let me first say to Aunt Roxanne, bless you for loving my Uncle Tim. You are a strong woman with a warm heart. I've known this ever since I was a little girl and I saw how you handled those Great Danes that were bigger than you! I have sooooo many memories I don't know where to begin...I remember the first time I met Dale and Deb(and how shy Deb was). Then Baby Chris came and happiness he brought to their family. Nothing compared to the pride in Tim's eyes when he spoke about his grand kids! All the years of swimming with all the generations at Uncle Phil and Aunt Donna's meant much more than just a cool down from the summer heat. Thank you for all the memories! Thoughts and prayers with all of you!
"The past few years I have enjoyed being reunited with the Harris family in Belding/Greenville area. Although I haven''t seen Uncle Tim in a few years I do remember him. Thinking of everyone and praying for strength to see you through these coming days. Peace is knowing he will continue to shine in our hearts."
"i do remember the days we were at carol and miltons and tim and i would meet each morning at the table and have hot cocoa and peanut butter toast and argue who turn to drive carol around that after she had surgery or milton. and then there was the horse and buggy ride the only time tina and i ever had aride like that such good times with him and roxxanne he will truly missed. we loved him and we love all you family members . special thopughts to you roxxanne love tina and gary"
"My uncle tim..where to begin. He taught me to do the twist. He taught me to skate. He was a big part of my childhood. I loved him as a brother. I will miss your laughes n smiles. He was an amazing man with many talents. You will be missed."
"Most of my best memories from my childhood were with my grandpa. Always driving around listening to ray charles singing and laughing. I will never forget the time we spent together. He was and will always be my hero and the greatest man ive ever known. Heaven is very lucky to have an angel like him. Although my heart aches I'm very grateful to have the memories that I have with him. I love you papa. You are always in my heart.
"I worked with Tim years ago at Ellis Elementary. He was funny and an interesting man. I enjoyed working with him. The world has lost a great man. My deepest sympathy to all who knew Tim."
"Tim taught me how to do so many things, the biggest was the ability to laugh at yourself. It was fitting we went to the Temple with Him and Roxanne. I was blessed for the time I spent with him and will always hold the memories dearest to me.Godspeed my Friend."
"I Love you daddy. You are a great man a great dad and my bestfriend.Ill miss you so much. You always be in my heart."
"My Uncle Tim... He was the funniest guy I knew. He will be hanging out with the best of them in heaven for sure. God has gained a wonderful man. Thank you for allowing him to be in our hearts and lives."
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