Timothy Edward Sents

Tim Sents

Timothy Edward Sents, 63, of Tukwila, WA passed away due to complications of liver failure on March 2nd, 2012 in Kirkland, WA.


Tim was born August 3rd, 1948 to Tunis and Fern Sents in Hawthorne, CA. Tim has one brother, Stephan Sents, who continues to reside in Hawthorne, CA.  Tim bought his home in Tukwila, WA where he has resided since 1985.


Tim Sents

Tim began his career as a plumber at a young age, working for various plumbing shops in Oregon, Wyoming, California, and Washington.  When the “oil boom” hit Wyoming, Tim moved there to provide plumbing services for new construction.  He earned his journeyman’s license in October of 1986, which allowed him to open his own business in November of the same year.  His business was well known in the community as “AAA Plus Plumbing”. Tim continued his business until 2006, when he had to retire due to chronic health conditions. Tim was an active political activist fighting for the rights of people. He enjoyed many late nights building CB radios for friends. “The flying Dutchman” is well known to many. Additionally, Tim was an avid gardener and a patient fisherman.


Tim is survived by his children Christine Ann Merryman of Bothell, WA and Angela Lynn Beahm of Bothell, WA; his stepdaughters Monica Howard of Renton, WA and Latrice Tegantvoor of Kent, WA; his grandchildren Elena Simons, Isabelle Beahm of Bothell, WA, and Tiberius Merryman of Bothell, WA; his brother Stephan Sents of Hawthorne, CA, and his father Tunis Sents, of Caldwell, ID.

The memorial service will be held Friday March 23, 2012 at 1:30pm at Barton’s Funeral Home, located at 11630 Slater Avenue Northeast, Kirkland, WA. For more information, please contact Angela Beahm at


In remembrance of Tim…“Power to the People”

4 Responses to “Timothy Edward Sents”

  • Pat Howell says:

    See ya later Tim!

  • Linda king says:

    The day’s have been sad since the 2nd of this month.The day you passed away .Now the 23rd the day your friend’s and family will be coming together to say there final goodbyes to you ..Some may share there memories of place’s and time’s they shared with you..So far i have heard only good thing’s.i am sorry I can’t be there ..If I could i would want to my memories of you . I knew timmy when,it was in another lifetime :(..Even after all the time I never forgot him .It had to be fate ,to have found him ,and was able to see him again …The talking we have done ,for you can only tell an old friend what is new.I wish we could have been in better health ,and we could have had more time ..I wish I didn’t have to say goodbye …I can’t wait till i see you again …

  • cathy highland says:

    I first met Tim in 1970, he and my husband were like 2 peas in a pod, he will always have a place in my heart, maybe Tim & John will find each other once again. My deepest sympathy’s to his family.

  • William h whitten says:

    I have a rocketry scrapbook kept by a young timothy sents, address unknown. Could this have been his? Thanks, bill whitten.

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