Samuel Timm Obituary, Death – On the 30th of January, 2023, Colleen and Phil Timm said goodbye to their cherished son, Samuel. He departed from this world much too soon, and now his parents are faced with a situation for which no one should ever have to make preparations. As Colleen pointed out earlier today, “Please say some prayers for us and love each other and those children… Let us always remember the fact that Sam had a heart filled with love and was not shy about expressing it.”
Sam possessed a high level of intelligence and consistently did well in school. He assisted many of his close friends with their schoolwork on a regular basis and took tremendous satisfaction in seeing them succeed academically. He was extremely well-versed in Spanish and had a comprehensive understanding of historical events. Both the violin and the trumpet were regular features in his life during the first few years of his high school career.
Alongside using his PlayStation 5, an activity that he took great pleasure in partaking in with his wider circle of friends, he also enjoyed the game of chess in his spare time. If you were to ask his closest friends about what he loved the most, they would all say that it was his enthusiasm for vehicles, which is exactly what you should do. Adam, Sam’s older brother and someone he looked up to, shared the same enthusiasm for this activity.
There was seldom a trip that the whole family took that didn’t involve either going to a race track or paying a visit to a showroom that specialized in exotic automobiles. The photo that you saw before with Sam smiling is an accurate representation of the things that brought Sam joy. This picture was taken not too long ago at the Formula One Track in Monza, Italy.
The death of a child is a tragedy for which no family is ever adequately prepared. During this extremely trying moment, the Timm family is going to have to bear the burden of a significant number of financial obligations and expenses. We are holding out hope that as a community we will be able to pull together and assist them in alleviating some of the strain that this financial situation places on them.