Remembering Tim

Thank you for the Memories Tim.

You will always be in our hearts and Minds

brightlifesc@gmail.com

Love you always.


Duff Wagner

Playing golf with Tim, Steven and Bill Haas

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Debbie McKinney

What a caring person he was.

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Julie Martin

Many wonderful memories, but an especially fun time was when Tim and I tended bar together at Soby's for a fundraising event! He was his usually joking self and kept the drink orders straight for me! Will always cherish that night.

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Marty Bentley

His beautiful smile & upbeat personality!

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Lisha Foust

playing catch with Colton

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Jim Bishop

Tim and I had a blast when he worked with us at the G-Braves. We worked hard and sweated all summer long, but we kept each other in stitches laughing each and every day. He was an amazing guy from a great family. Jenny, I know that you have to be very special for Tim to have thought the world of you as he did. I can honestly say this, we moved this team from Greenville to Mississippi 11 years ago—and outside of my immediate family—nobody was as concerned about me having to move and leave SC more than Tim. He worked and worked to try and get me to stay and go to work with someone in Greenville. I will never forget him and how much he cared for that—never. Meant the world to me. He knew deep down how much ...

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Genevieve

Tim was one of my favorite people. In high school he was friends with everyone from every group. He bounced between the cliched high school groups like the preppy kids, cynical potheads, nerds and the athletic bunch like it was no big deal, and it wasn't for him because he was simply nice to everybody and found some way to relate to everyone. I swear I never heard him say a bad thing about a single person (which in High School is pretty rare). I remember when I found out he had cancer at Ben Thwaite's funeral my face must have dropped because he started laughing and saying "Gen!! I'm fine!!" I guess I looked like I was about to cry. Which I was. He took time to talk to me not long after that and explain all the gritty details, and what the blood counts meant and all. I really ...

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Danielle Wittmeyer

Playing "kick the can" growing up

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Jim Gilreath

His constant positive attitude

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Jen Silvestri

His quirky taste in music ;)

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