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  • and_then

    There are no words to describe how sorry I am to hear this.

    Tim was a good kid. From the time he was a child, dealing with the health problems he had, to the last time I saw him, after many, many years, when he recognized me in the dark in a parking lot and hugged me, he has always been one of my favorite people.
    He did his best to outrun the demons and just BE Timmy Simmons, and I admire him for that.
    I’ll think of him often and smile, remembering that blonde child, with his winning smile and happy face.
    My deepest sympathies to his family and friends.

  • Anonymous

    Wow! Windsor has been hit pretty hard this past weekend with deaths. How big is Windsor? Is it a small place where everyone knows and is affected by all 4 deaths, or is it a bigger place? The size doesn’t lessen what has happened, I’m just wondering because I don’t know.

    Sending thoughts and prayers to this man’s family and friends.

    • Anonymous

      Its a very small community…

      • Anonymous

         Thanks for your quick reply. 4 deaths in a small amount of time is tragic, no matter where it is. A small community makes it seem that much worse though, as the entire community likely knew (or knew of) all 4 people who passed.

        I hope the community pulls together during this sad time, and finds comfort in each other.

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