Timothy W. Smith

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Nov 13 1967
Jun 13 2024
56 Years
Thorndale, PA

Timothy W. Smith, 56, of Thorndale, PA, passed away suddenly at his home on Thursday, June 13, 2024.  Born in West Chester, PA, he was the son of the late Ronald K. and Patricia A. (Davis) Smith.

Tim worked in maintenance for Morgan Properties.  He was an avid Philadelphia Sports fan and he enjoyed sitting along the Brandywine.  He loved drumming and attending concerts, especially in the summer, and he enjoyed the company of his friends and family.

He is survived by his daughters, Amber Smith of Gap, PA, and Carley Smith (Willie Dixon) of Coatesville, PA, grandchildren,Karina, Stephen, Aubrey, Michael Jr., Layla, Kiley, Naelani, Matthew, and Avery, siblings Gary Smith of Unionville, PA, Holly (Chris) Horne of Mont Clare, PA, Ronald (Joy) Smith of Lincoln University, PA, and Dana (Kristen) Smith of Parkesburg, and a host of nieces and nephews.

A memorial service is being planned and the details will be posted on the Wilde Funeral Home website when completed.

Funeral Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg. Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Location: 
TBA

Condolences

Amber and Carley I am so very sorry about your dad's passing. Timmy loved you both dearly and was so very proud of his girls. I am here for both of you just let me know anything I can do to help you through this hard time . Love you both.

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My husband and want to express our sympathy to the family. Tim was our upstairs neighbor at the apartment. We moved out on the Monday before he died. He was a good neighbor and a kind man.

Ladd and Debbie Baxter

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Thank you for your kind words I am sure Timmy appreciated having a neighbor that would be so kind as to leave a thought for him. 

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My heart is heavy and my thoughts are of all the times we shared in this life together. Yes some good and some bad, but the bad helped us to grow tighter and realize Just how much we needed each other in this tough world. I remember times such as when we played Little leagues ( football and baseball} together. I was never so proud of you when you became quarter back of Drury Roofing and you finally got the chance to shine on your own without having your older brother shadow you. Or the time you took my place on the softball championships in West Chester due to my injury and you smacked in the winning run in the bottom of the last inning making us champions if just for that one moment. I believe God has his hand in that moment and I cried for you though I never told you. There were so many times You were my hero and though I told you many times, I wish you were here right now so I could tell you again. Who was the man who saved my behind when I injured my hand with fireworks pretty bad and you took control and did the right thing in helping me get help You Tim only you Tim. We had each others backs through some of the toughest years to where we were known as the Smith brothers. People were just jealous they didn't have a brother like you. I was truly blessed to have you as a brother and best friend. How about you and Vernon floral heaven together, I am sure God would appreciate it. Tell Mom and Dad I love them dearly and they did a great job with there being 5 of us. I will miss you dearly Brother In the fondest memories and man my heart is heavy and aches but I know it just means I loved you and cared like no one else could. Drop a line once in a while showing me your OK Brother Love Ron

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Smith Family, my deepest condolences.  I have so many good memories of Tim when we were kids, and I often thought of him over the years.  I remember when we moved away from the farm in West Chester to Downingtown Tim rode his bike all the way out and back to see us.  That's the kind of guy I remember and will think of.  Rest in peace Tim.

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