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06/15/09 08:56 AM #1    

Patty Kerr

TIM SCHMERBER

Tim’s family appreciates the fact that his graduating class has taken the time to remember and honor those classmates that have been taken from us before their time.
As most of you know, Tim was a pretty quiet guy and he remained that way even when he joined the US Navy right out of high school. He was initially stationed in Honolulu and spent most of his time on ships and submarines. He would be at sea for up to 6 months at a time and he loved it. He worked on the engines, which makes perfect sense, since he was constantly taking things apart when he was a kid.
He met his wife Tammy in Honolulu and after several years they were both transferred to San Diego. They had 2 daughters and 1 son. Jacqueline is now 21, Amanda is 18, and Christopher is 14. Tim spent 18 years in the Navy and once discharged, moved to Carson City Nevada, where he spent the last 7 years of his life. He became an armored car driver for Loomis Fargo & Co.
Tim loved wood working and making things for friends and family. He was a hard working man that loved his family and adored his children.
He was taken from us on November 25, 2003 in a senseless act of violence, committed by the person he loved most, his wife. We’ll never understand how or why this could have happened but we do know that he is at peace and is loved and missed by his family.
Our best to all of you and enjoy your reunion.

Karl, Carolyn, Karla, Beth and Steve

06/28/09 10:48 PM #2    

Laura Matthys (Maher)

I'm so sorry to hear about Tim. I can't imagine the heartache his family must have endured when he was taken away from them when he had so much more life to live.
My condolences,
Laura Matthys

07/23/09 09:21 AM #3    

Patricia Schlag (Johnson)

I am so sorry to hear about Tim. I remember him as a very quite guy. I had Tim in some of my classes he was a very funny guy. I am so sorry to hear about his death. I would like his family to know I knew Tim and really enjoyed him through high school. I feel I can call Tim a friend and feel very sorry for your loss.

04/11/12 10:44 PM #4    

Roxane Van Santen (Palmer)

I am sad to hear that Tim has passed. I had Tim in a couple classes and enjoyed talking with him. He was a very nice person and I appreciated his friendship.


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