Roy W Timm

Born: Fri., Jan. 4, 1935
Died: Tue., Dec. 20, 2016


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Roy W Timm, 81, of Pendleton died on Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 at a care facility. No services will be held. 

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Gary Weber
   Posted Sat October 14, 2017
Sorry for your loss, not sure what relative you are of Roy's, but he was a nice man. Have known him, and tried to draw correlations to his believes about the Lord, and always got along well with him. Helped him a few times with set up on his projects. Who knows where he got his information, and beliefs, but he strongly believed them. So it wasn't my place, or anyone else's right to doubt them. Tried to help him out when I could. Hard life being blind, and getting things done. I went by his place today, I haven't heard from him in a long while. He usually called once a week. I saw his place was empty, and feared this, so looked on the internet and found him. I wished I could have know, and should have checked sooner. Didn't know he was ill, or in a home. He may have boarded a flying saucer at his death with God. Who knows. To be absent of the body in to be with God. I hope that is so. I will miss him, and I know people in his circle of freinds will also. May God be with you, and him, and myself always, and hope this doesn't bring up any sadness back to you. Gary Weber

Kate Lawler
   Posted Thu August 09, 2018
Roy tracked me down from an article I wrote in Fate Magazine. Truly his Beliefs were his own. Sometimes we talked often on the phone. Then sometimes months went by with out a word. Sorry to say he was frustrated, not being able to get the word out like he thought he should. He talked to every one he met & sometime he made friends other times Not! Sometimes I felt bad not living close enough to help him & encouraged him to make friends who could assist him. The last time I talked to him he said he was going to live in a home, I asked him to keep in touch but he didn't. RIP Roy Timm.

Pat Morgan
   Posted Thu October 18, 2018
I knew Roy well, we talked three or four times a week. I knew when he went into the hospital and they called to tell me he could not call out, and I could not get a number to call him. He borrowed a phone once and called. They called when he passed. He had his own story to tell and we often discussed other things besides. He had friends in many places. He sent me his books and a Big Foot stuffed doll when my grandaughter was born. I think of him often. Wave as you fly by Mahaun in your ship. I like to think thats where he ended up because it is what he always looked forward. RIP Mahaun, Roy Timm.

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