Timothy Eller
Date of Death: September 3, 2020
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Timothy Eller, 73, passed away on September 3, 2020 quietly with his best friend and life partner, Katy Clemons Hastings, by his side. Preceding him in death are his parents, James A. and Teresa Mae (Beck) Eller, and brothers, Joseph Eller and Anthony “Tony” Eller. Left to cherish his memory are his life partner, Katy…

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Kevin left a message on May 20, 2021:
Tim was my grandfather, he taught me a lot about life. I'll miss our talks, his stories and advice. I don't think he knew how important he was to me. Rest in peace.
Alison left a message on September 19, 2020:
Those who believe in me, even though they die, yet shall they live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. John 11: 25,26. My sympathy for Tim's passing goes out to Katie, Tim's family and all who knew him and loved him and will miss him. I am grateful for the phone visits Tim and I had over the last several years. Thinking back on the fond memories I have meeting this tall lanky very polite guy relaxing in his yard in Glenwood Park introduced to me by his then closest friend my then-boyfriend later husband later ex Michael. Tim and Michael were part of the notorious gang that would meet and socialize outside the store up the street from where they lived better known as the "drugstore cowboy gang". Tim was fondly referred to as "Too Tall Tim", well over 6 feet I don't remember a doorway he didn't have to duck through. In the summer of 1974 Michael and I while pregnant at the time we're riding back with Tim and Katie from an early evening outing at Sandbridge. On that drive back late at night Tim protected all of us from intentionally being run off the road. If it was not for the quick action Tim took that night our lives would have ended, my daughter Jessica would not have been born. That night on a dark back-country road Tim became my hero. Several years later after our daughter Jessica was born Michael and I bought the house next to Tim and Katie. Tim and Michael were always busy together, thick as thieves those two. While Katie was away working evenings at the hospital Tim would join Michael Jessica and myself for dinner. Tim had a passion for spaghetti so much you can say he was a connoisseur of spaghetti. Tim would always critique my sauce possibly comparing it to the week before even though it took me up to 4 hours to cook homemade sauce, it was all in fun, I didn't mind. So many memories !!! To Tim, my friend my hero gone way too soon to that Drugstore Cowboy gang in the sky you will be missed!!! Love you Tim, Cheers, Alison. From an old Irish saying, " Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear".
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