Timothy J. Walsh

Before the sun came up on November 7, 2015, surrounded by his kids, Tim earned himself a pair of Angel wings.


Tim retired early at the age of 55 to enjoy an epic ski season and push his body as far as it would let him. Throughout his treatment, he had a positive attitude and lived it up. He took spontaneous road trips to ski resorts and bought his dream truck. He spent time playing pick up hockey and camping and cliff jumping over at Bank’s Lake. Tim truly cherished his last years doing the things he loved and spending time with those that mattered most.

We will be holding an informal memorial to celebrate his life at one of his favorite breweries- The Diamond Knot Brewpub in Mountlake Terrace, WA on December 20th between 1-5pm. Please feel free to join us, share a memory, and enjoy the Seahawks game.

6 Responses to “Timothy J. Walsh”

  • Sabel says:

    Can’t believe it’s been a month already. I miss you so much Daddy.

  • Tim and Ginger Kriehn says:

    Love and miss our good friend so much. We had many wonderful and fun years that we will never forget and always hold close to our hearts. Love you TW

  • Tater says:

    When I heard the news that Tim W. had it broke my heart. I will never forget all the years of his friendship. Playing hockey, ski trips at Mt. Baker, rollerblading around Greenland and so many memories I could never mention them here. I am going to think of you T.W. whenever I do something fun.

  • Glen Ferguson says:

    I always will miss Tim calling me Glennis . Will cherish the times spent playing hockey, times at Big Lake and skiing. Thanks for the great memories. Will always cherish the times spent and knowing Tim.

  • Heidi Polejewski says:

    I will never be able to take a shot of “Takillya” again without smiling at his memory. Tim was such a wonderful person, friend, and father.

  • Lara Dae says:

    You gave me two of the most precious gifts in our daughters. You have always watched over us and I know that you always will. Till we meet again.

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