Remembering Tim

Thank you for the Memories Tim.

You will always be in our hearts and Minds

brightlifesc@gmail.com

Love you always.


Erin Harvey

Tim and I have known each other practically our whole lives. I grew up on the sidelines watching him, Steven and my brother play sports. One of my earliest memories was in 6th grade, in Gatlinburg, TN, over Thanksgiving while our brothers played in a football tournament...Tim, Brian Greenwell and I sat in our hotel room and Tim was soooooo excited to play his new Bone Thugs N Harmony tape while wearing his white seashell necklace...LOL. He was always proud to play whatever new tapes, CD's, or songs he came across. Let's just say ( and Jenny would agree ) he had his own taste in music. My sophomore year of college I transferred to USC from UT and Tim made sure to include me in just about all his social gatherings. Throughout the 3 years in Columbia we remained close friends and he looked after me almost like a big ...

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Joe Silvestri

"Y'all I want you to meet Tim." That's what Jenny said when me and my wife Jen came to Greenville for a random weekend. Tim was a genuine dude. He said "What's going on man?" and that was it, we were friends. We only hung out when our wives were together but every time we got up, it was a good time. I've never met someone else like Tim. He was always asking how I was doing. When I graduated from USC, I was a Sport and Entertainment management major, an older dude who didn't know what the hell I was going to do. On my wedding day, Tim and Jenny were there. A few days later my mom asked me who was the boy with the mohawk. I said "That was my buddy Tim." She told me how ...

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Danielle Wittmeyer

Playing "kick the can" growing up

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Justin Blackburn

My first memory of Tim was in sixth grade playing baseball at Northwood.  Tim's team was beating my team by a number of runs and I got an inconsequential base hit late in the game.  I stood on first next to Tim.  I never met him but had heard about him through other people how cool he was and what a great baseball player.  Since I was a scared, dumb kid I remember standing next to him and being intimated.  He was one of the cool kids and I always felt like an outcast loser.  He looked over at me and said, "Why did you get a hit?  I want this game to be over so I can go watch the girls play softball."  Then he smiled bright and I laughed loud, feeling really good inside like I belonged which is a fantastic, revitalizing feeling to feel and be able ...

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Ron Johnson

Playing golf with Tim, watching our children grow up together, getting to know the whole family, getting to know Tom, Tim & Steven Bright

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Kathryn Hilton

How he talked to everyone he met as if he knew them forever!

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Brandon Calhoun

Helping he & Jenny buy their first home.

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Randall Bentley

What an absolute great guy to know and work with.

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