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Timothy Joe PersingerTimothy Joe Persinger Rock Springs - Timothy Joe Persinger, 64, passed away May 14, 2018 at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County after a sudden illness. He was born December 29, 1954 in Beckley, West Virginia, the son of Lawrence Whitney Persinger and Evelyn Mae Brugh Persinger. He received his GED from Butte High School in 1972. He also attended carpentry school and made carpentry his lifelong occupation. He was employed by Teambuilders Construction Company in Helena Montana as a finish carpenter. He was a jack of all trades. Tim was a veteran having served in the US Army. He enjoyed camping at the Flaming Gorge with his family. Survivors include his brothers Larry and Gary Persinger both of Rock Springs; sister-in-law Jaqueline Shreve of Rock Springs; nephews Gary Persinger and John Persinger of Rock Springs; nieces Julie and husband Tim Erickson, Christie Marquez and Debora Persinger all of Rock Springs; several great nieces and nephews; and his friend Robert Zapata of Helena, Montana. He was preceded in death by his parents and wife Tammi Persinger. He has now joined with his wife and daughter. Cremation has taken place. Private family services will be held at a later date.
My uncle Tim. How I miss you so much. So many things you were right on about. I wish you were here to see them with me. I miss you helping me and teaching me to be better with carpentry on my house. You would be proud where it's at now. I miss your sense of humor on the explorer. It took me a year before I could drive it again. I miss you and love you.
Gary r persinger Aug 30 2019 5:10 PM
Tim and my son Robert became lifelong friends when Tim moved next door at about age 7. He and Bob were inseparable and spent most if their time together growing up. His mom and I became best friends .Tim was always there for dinners and celebrations. Will always have a special place in my heart. AudreyZ.
Audrey Zapata Jun 3 2018 8:19 PM
Tim grew up next door to me. He was my big brothers best friend since he was 6 yrs old. Needless to say he was like a family member to the rest of us. Tim and Robert were always so full of energy and that energy was so often misdirected. As a result they created a lifetime of humorous events together. Some of these events are now stories from their youth that will be passed on from one generation to the next. When Robert shares some of their boyhood antics with my daughters he leaves them in tears from laughter. I will always remember Tim as the young, happy boy I grew up next door to. He brought a lot of joy to many people.
Linda May 25 2018 8:49 PM
Like my sister Jolie said on of my memories of uncle Tim was him and my dad calling eachother "son". I will always remember hanging out with him and his wife Tammy. Weekends at their house. I also remember that he took fast showers like 5 minute ones. so when ever we say "Take a Tim" we all knew what that ment. Uncle Tim you will be missed. I love you. I am happy you are reunited with Tammy and your baby girl. Until we meet again. Love, Sally Anne
Sally Zapata May 23 2018 6:54 PM
Some of my earliest memories are of my dads "son". Well actually, If you asked Tim, my dad was Tim's "son". This subject of who was who's "son" one that brought my dad and Tim much enjoyment at my expense. Back and forth they'd say,"He's my son". It took me years to understand that this was a term of endearment between my dad and his oldest friend. When my dad called and told me that he lost his oldest "son", I knew he was telling me that Uncle Tim had passed away. I am deeply sadden to know that I will not be seeing Timmy Joe again on this side of heaven but I rejoice in the knowing of our Lords great love and promises. Tim no longer has the burdens of this world and sorrow is no more. May he ever rest at peace. With Love, Jojo
Jolie Kolberg May 23 2018 12:39 PM
I miss you soo much, Uncle Tim. I wish I would had more time with you, but I promise you will always be alive in my heart. I will never forget our talks, u taught me so much. I'm a better person because I knew you. Even though u are gone, you still live on. I'll see you again one day... Your not only my Uncle Tim, yer my Click! Click and Clack! Lol..
Deborah Lynne Persinger May 18 2018 7:29 PM