Timothy Edward London

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Milo - Timothy Edward London, 63, beloved husband of Debra A. (Salisbury) London, passed away at his home August 2, 2019. Tim was born June 7, 1956, in Milo, the son of Nelson and Madeline (Burton) London.
Tim grew up in Milo and after graduating from Penquis Valley High School, he worked as a woodsman for twenty years. He changed careers and become a postal carrier for the U.S. Post Office in Milo for the next twenty years, thoroughly enjoying his job serving his community.
Tim was an avid hunter. He loved the fall, and spending time at the hunting camp. Tim and Debbie enjoyed snowmobiling, four-wheeling, jet skiing, and bonfires and cook-outs at the family camp on Schoodic Lake. Cruises and trips to the coast with his wife were also some of his favorite activities.
Tim will be remembered for his gentle soul and great sense of humor. He was a humble man with a deep passion for the Lord. Well-loved in his community, he always had a big smile and a wave for everyone along his postal route.
Tim was a faithful attendee with his wife at the Family Worship Center in Dover-Foxcroft and he loved his church family. He served in various aspects of the ministry. He will be very missed by all the people of the church.
He is survived by his loving wife, Debbie, of Milo; four children, Timothy B. London and wife, Shannon, of Bristol, CT; Toni Allen and fiancé, Kenny Demers, of Milo, Kevin Roberts and wife, Katie, of Yorktown, VA, and Kristi Gargiulo and husband, Jeffrey, of Naples, FL; and three sisters, Debora Page and husband, Gary, of Milo; Janet Grant and husband, Jeff, of Dover-Foxcroft, and Laurie Rublee and husband, Rick, of Milo. He leaves thirteen grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Tim was predeceased by his parents and a granddaughter, Samantha Cox.
A Celebration of Life will be held 1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 17, 2019, at the Family Worship Center in Dover-Foxcroft. In lieu of flowers contributions in Tim's memory may be made to Family Worship Center, PO Box 107, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426. Arrangements are in the care of the Lary Funeral Home. Condolences and memories may be expressed atwww.laryfuneralhome.com.
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Published on August 5, 2019
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Paul Brown
Aug 09, 2019
Tim was a Great Childhood Friend. Although our paths did not cross as often in later life. I have such great memories. One that stands out on the day we were moving My Mother to Bar Harbor he came down to help Her & Donald into the truck as he knew Leon was still at work. From very early in Our Lives we spent a lot of time at each others home. Between His and My Parents they instilled a lot of Morals and Values into both of us. Rest in Peace My Friend.
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Scott Estes
Aug 07, 2019
Another friend and classmate leaves us, Tim was a good friend and always fun to talk with, we always talked about the good old days , Working at milo IGA with Butch and Bobby, Fun things we did back in our school days, Did not know he was so sick, I always looked for him when I went into town, Will really miss you Tim, Rest in peace, My prayers are with your family, P.S. Always remember the Moo Juice.
Valerie Ekholm
Aug 06, 2019
Tim was such a nice person and will be greatly missed by the entire community. Prayers of comfort for the family and peace in the certain knowledge that Tim is with his Lord.
RUTH BOSSIE
Aug 06, 2019
DEBBIE,SO SAD TO SEE THIS,THINKING OF YOU & YOUR FAMILY.I ALWAYS LOVED TO SEE & TALK WITH YOU GUYS WHEN YOU CAME UP TO MRH . RUTH
Marty and Lorraine Fitzpatrick
Aug 06, 2019
Dear Debbie and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the loss of your brother. Thinking of you and sending our love to you all.
Pauline Fletcher Ireland
Aug 06, 2019
He was so nice...I loved making and sharing sweets with him when he delivered mail. He always had a smile. Bless his heart .
Marie Hayes
Aug 05, 2019
Such a sweet man. He will be so missed in this community and in his community of worshipers. Blessings and love to all his loved ones. The peace of Christ be with you.
Melissa Preble
Aug 05, 2019
Tim's good humor and positive attitude lit up the Milo Post Office all the years we worked together. I am a better person having known Tim. I look forward to seeing him in heaven. Paul's and my prayers are with the entire family. Knowing that the Lord that Timmy entrusted his life to will carry you through this sad time. Knowing Tim like I did, I know that he would want those reading this to know that it is possible to be fully confident in an eternal destiny in heaven. You must give your heart and life to Jesus, and then you will be saved. Don't wait another day to make this all-important decision. Ours is not a good bye Tim; it's just, "See ya later!" ❤️❤️❤️
Barbara Olmstead
Aug 05, 2019
Sending Tim’s family thoughts and prayers. Tim was a great person to work with and I will always remember his smile.
Chris and Gregg
Aug 05, 2019
Tim was so sweet and special. We are going to miss him tremendously. Thoughts and prayers to the family.
Wayne and Sue Finkle
Aug 05, 2019
Praying God's comfort and strength for you and family.I will remember his smiles and always had time to chat.I'm thankful I got to know both of you.You have many memories to treasure.My heart aches for all his family.
John Lewis
Aug 05, 2019
Tim had one of the kindest souls I’ve ever met. Always an encouraging word each time we spoke. Praying for the family in this time of grief.
Mike and Sue Libby
Aug 05, 2019
Tim was a wonderful person who cared about everyone around him. He was loved by his coworkers and his customers on the mail route. Our hearts are broken but we are glad Tim suffers no more. Condolences to his family. Tim will never be forgotten.
Vicky Allen
Aug 05, 2019
Toni may God bless and hold you and all of your family. Your Dad will be with you always. I didn't know your Dad very well, but know of many people who did and they have spoken highly of him. I bet he is holding your little angel and is surrounded by loved that went on before he did. To you your brother Tim and Debbie prayers for peace and comfort and know that he is o.k. God Bless you all.
Vicky
Allen and Sharon
Aug 05, 2019
we enjoyed Tim's visits/conversations at camp.