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Tim England

Tim England Paper

May 13, 1961     ~     August 17, 2010

Tim England, 49, Tracy, died Tuesday, August 17, 2010, at the T. J. Samson Community Hospital. He had been a Pharmacist for 25 years and was presently employed by Rite Aid Pharmacy in Glasgow. He has been serving on the Barren County Board of Education for the past 17 years and was a member of the Kentucky School Board Association. He was a member of the Tracy United Methodist Church and the Board of Directors of the Salvation Army in Barren County. He was a loving husband, father, son and brother and had been an active volunteer with numerous organizations, especially involving youth programs.

Survivors include his wife, Valerie; three children, Courtney Garmon and husband, Mark, Seth England and Lucas England all of Tracy; three grandchildren, Tye Garmon, Camdyn Garmon and Kyler Garmon; his parents, Dorothy and Clyde England, Jr.; one sister, Dr. Lori Wright and husband, Lynn, of Smiths Grove.

Funeral services will be held 4:00 p.m. Friday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Tracy Cemetery. Friends may call after 10:00 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Alternate expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to the Tim England Scholarship Fund “Kids First”, c/o Barren County Education Foundation, 202 West Washington Street, Glasgow, KY 42141.

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Guest Register

37 Entries for Tim England

  1. Deborah Morgan says:

    Val, I am stunned and my heart is beyond saddened. I simply cannot believe this news. My spirit grieves with you and we know that God’s presence is surrounding you and the children. We are praying and will continue to pray. I hope you will be comforted the the Holy Spirit’s peace during this night season for you. I’m so very very sorry. We mourn deeply while heaven rejoices eternally. Tim made a lasting impact on my life. Thank you for sharing him with all of us. I love you sissy and will see you soon.

  2. Loretta Sturgeon says:

    I loved working with Tim. He was very knowledgeable and gave good advice. I will miss him and going to get his lunch for him. So sorry, Loretta

  3. donald bartley says:

    so sorry for your loss,he was a very nice person,my prayers are with his family

  4. Tammy Hampton says:

    I sorry to hear about your loss. The children of Barren County Schools will certainly miss his presence on the Board of Education.

  5. Jane Bowman says:

    Tim was a fine person and outstanding member of the Board of Education. Our thoughts and prayers of comfort are with you.

  6. Tony Cabriales says:

    We are really sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful customer and we will miss him alot.
    Our prayers are with you at this time.
    Tony and friends at Los Mariachis Happy Valley Rd.

  7. Kathy Jones Pedigo says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time…..

    Eddie & Kathy Pedigo
    Frances & Keith Jones

  8. David and Marilyn Hatcher-Thomas says:

    Dot and Jr: We were so sorry to hear about Tim…… We had never met him, but we are sure he was a good man…. we’ve heard so many nice things said about him…… Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers…… praying that God will see you through this difficult time and give you peace that can only come from him.

  9. Rita Berry says:

    Valerie and Family,
    As a retired education, I know that Tim was dedicated to the students of Barren County. He will definitely be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during your time of sorrow.
    Rita Berry

  10. Peggy Allen says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Valarie, Courtney, & the entire family during this time. The TJS Education Dept. staff members send our love to you all.

  11. Don Basham says:

    To Mr. England’s family,
    I send my deepest sympathy on your loss. Praying that God will carry you each day ahead.

    Don Basham, Warren Co. School Board Member

  12. Kevin Branham says:

    To Tim’s Family:

    I am so shocked to hear the news of Tim’s passing. I just read about it on someone’s FaceBook page. I’m just beyond words to express how sad this news makes me. Tim was one of the greatest persons I have ever known. I went through the drive-thru when he was still at Walgreens couple of years ago. He had not changed a bit in the twenty some odd years since I had last seen him. Big smile, big greeting, took the time to talk like we had just seen each other the day before. I know he will be missed greatly in the Barren County community, but especially Tracy. My prayers go out to you all.