Remembering Tim

Thank you for the Memories Tim.

You will always be in our hearts and Minds

Love you always.

Landon Powell

Tim introduced me to my wife

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Lindsey Swelleck Tidwell

I was friends with Tim in Greenville over a couple of summers when we were home from college. I'm grateful for the chance to have known him. I ran into Tim a few years ago when I was back home and despite fighting for his life, he seemed so happy, so positive. I've learned so much about life and unconditional love from you both, even just through blog updates. I'm so glad he had you. Lindsey Swelleck Tidwell

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Megan Baker

The cake fight at our house after Dan & Jenny Adams' wedding

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Greg Dover

4th of July at Fripp (‘Merica!)

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Farrar Pittman

I remember Tim in elementary school giving gifts to his sweetheart on every holiday. Though we were only 7 or 8 at the time, Tim would have a valentine, a birthday, and Christmas gift for his 2nd grade 'girl friend.' He was such a chivalrous lover, even at such a young age.

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Brandon Calhoun

Helping he & Jenny buy their first home.

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Mandy Brady

I’ve heard so many people tell wonderful stories of Tim, Corey and I are no different. We are so thankful to Tim for helping us begin our life together. Over the past few days Corey and I have talked about our engagement quite a bit and I always laugh now at how Tim just so happened to be there while we were on our way down to the field. He said, "Oh hey Mandy, did y'all want to get on the field?" I looked at Corey and looked back at Tim and said, "Hey Tim! Yeah that would be awesome!" I still had not put two and two together. After the proposal was done Tim was standing right there with that big grin and his phone to make sure he got a pic. He took the best picture of us. I am so appreciative of his kindness and caring with ...

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Lindsey Motley

Tim and I shared a connection that not many others could - we both have colon cancer. Tim was always an encouragement to me. He always seemed to have a smile on his face, despite the fact that he was sitting in a chemo chair, wearing the dreaded chemo pump, or going through the monotonous routines that we're forced to endure though it all. I'm not sure Tim ever knew the impact he had on my outlook and strength, but he sure did always know how to lift my spirits and give me a sense of "I'm not in this alone" attitude. I remember specifically my first chemo treatment - I was sitting in a chair opposite Tim, facing him and his mom, Rickia. I was in tears with anxiousness and nervousness, but soon after my infusion was underway, I met Tim. We had a short ...

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