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March 1,1963 – March 4, 2020


Timothy Eloy

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 Timothy's Celebration of Life

November 10th, 2021

12:30 PM PST

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Life Story

Timothy Eloy, 57, passed away on March 4, 2020. Timothy was a beloved husband to Victoria; a good friend to his children Mary, Peter and Darren, stepdaughters Margaret and Jane, and grandchildren Wesley and George; a loving son to parents Gary and Rosa; a joyful youngest brother to siblings/in-laws Sarah/Kevin, Lauren/Donald, Shannon/Allison, and Crystal/Carson; a valiant uncle to many nieces and nephews.

Tim served in his local fire department beginning in 1997. During his career he served on Rescue 12, Ladders 6, 5, 10, 12, Engines 43, 45, and continuously supported the Fire Alarm Center. In 2017, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. In a letter to the entire fire fighter community, Fire Chief Scott commended Lt. Elroy for his commitment to public service and as a long-time dedicated member of the department. Tim was also a volunteer at the local children's hospital, trivia master, avid cyclist, and connoisseur of fine scotch.

As a public servant, Tim had two noble qualities: courage and hope. He led an honorable life and is leaving a legacy that his family is extremely proud of.

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Donations in Timothy's memory may be made to:

American Cancer Society

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