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Tonielle Larsen
13 years ago

Still to this day I feel blessed by the opportunity that Tim gave to me. He has shaped my professional career and I will always be appreciative of the that. He will forever be a hero in my heart. God Bless!

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Chris Waligora
13 years ago

As Amanda has already stated, Tim was not hard to over hear at work. One of my favorite Stories that I overheard was Tim telling someone on the phone about how his dog fell into the canal and as he was trying to save it, he lost his thong and slipped. He ended up slicing his foot open on the barnacles. We always teased Tim about wearing a thong. We told him that in Florida, they are called Flip-flops...Thongs are something that Girls wear. Last year I was in San Fran and came accross a picture that made me think of Tim, I have attached it in the pictures on this site. Chris Waligora

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Chris Waligora
13 years ago

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Amanda
13 years ago

I have so many funny memories of my short time with Timmy. I'm sure I'll visit this site from time to time with more, but I was sitting here in my cubical thinking about how quiet it is. Timmy always had such a LOUD voice, so we couldn't help but overhear his telephone conversations. One afternoon he was chatting away with someone on the phone and he was saying something about waxing and sandblasting, which later we found out was boat talk, but at the time gave us lots of giggles as we all busted out laughing as soon as he hung up the phone. Heaven definitely got a whole lot more funny :-)

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Tonielle Larsen
13 years ago

One thing I remember about Tim was when we first moved over here to the new buildings, and I was compiling the names for the nameplates Tim asked that his say “King Tim Larsen” from then on I called him “King Tim” not a big moment in life, but certainly a look into how Tim looked at life. Melissa Collins

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Tonielle Larsen
13 years ago