Timothy
Webster: suddenly, Friday, November 15, 2013 at age 54. Predeceased by his mother Thelma Harpole. Survived by Sandy Watts, Love of 21 years; dear Friend, John Nealon (Judy); Mom and Dad Watts; immediate family; many close friends and cousins. Tim was an excellent carpenter and jack of all trades. He loved to travel, watch NHRA drag racing, garden, outdoor sports, camping and cooking. His friends will always be dear to his heart. Tim loved history, especially World War II airplanes. Tim adored dogs and frequently dog-sat for his 4-legged friends. No prior calling. His Memorial Service will be held Friday, November 22nd 11:00 AM at Vay-Schleich and Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road in the funeral home chapel. Private Interment In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to: National War Plane Museum, PO BOX 185 Geneseo, NY 14454 or Lollypop Farm, Victor, NY. For more information or to sign Tim's online guestbook, please visit MeesonFamily.com.

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  1. RIP Tim, Heaven has gained a wonderful man. You are going to be the best back and neck cracker to all the angels. Will miss you buddy

  2. Sandy You have been in my thoughts and prayers since hearing your sad news. I pray that God surrounds you with love and support during this difficult time.

  3. Sandy, I was so sorry to hear about Tim. I have so many great memories from our days at Riverview. I will keep you both in my prayers

  4. Though we didn’t know you and Tim for long, we consider you both family. We are so sorry to learn that we have all lost such an awesome man. We love you and know that you and Tim will remain in our prayers.
    The entire Sunshine Suites Team

  5. Sandy,

    My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at
    this very sad time.
    There is a saying on a card I have that I would like to
    share:

    There’s a place I’ve never seen
    beyond this world we know,
    A place I’ve only heard of
    but someday hope to go
    It’s not on any map,
    there are no roads
    to take me there,
    But it’s a place of perfect peace
    where hearts are free from care.
    And though I understand
    some may be saddened when I leave,
    One day, we all will meet again-
    That’s what I believe’¦..

    When it’s time to travel there,
    I think I’ll wear a smile,
    I’ll say good-bye to those I love,
    but only for a while,
    Knowing there are others
    who have traveled there alone,
    Who cannot wait to greet me
    and to whisper ‘ welcome home.’

    May you find peace in the thought,
    That your loved one is in a more beautiful place.

    With deepest Sympathy,
    Dawn and Michael Ehrhardt

    I cannot imagine the heaviness felt in your heart. Be strong pray to the Lord for strength. Cherish your memories. Life is a valuable gift given to us all; we
    never know when our Lord will decide to call us home. I believe and I am praying for you at this difficult and sad time.

    Your friend Dawn Ehrhardt (Zimmerman)

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