Timothy C. Earls, age 51, of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on Wednesday September 13, 2023 surrounded by his parents; sister; daughter; grandchildren; aunts; uncles; cousins; and many more. Timothy was born September 11, 1972 to his loving parents David and Connie L. McDonald (nee Earls).
Raised by his parents, and grandparents Janet and Ernest Earls, alongside his sister Sarah L. McDonald and with the love and support of his aunt and uncles, Timmy learned the values of love, family, and perseverance from a early age. Their close-knit bond was a source of strength and support throughout his life. Timothy was also the beloved grandchild of the late Edward and Doris McDonald.
Growing up Tim was a very sick child. From birth, he battled through many surgeries and illnesses. Many times, Timothy's mother was told he would not survive. Against all odds, not only did he survive, but achieved many milestones that were said to be impossible. He learned to ride a bike, he learned to work, he had a child; these were simple life things that were said to be impossible for Timmy. Through the years, his father Dave was a huge supporter, always letting Timmy know he could learn to do anything anyone else could do.
Timmy had a love for his home town football team, The Bengals (Who Dey)! He watched every Sunday with excitement, cheering them on. Timmy also had a love for WWE wrestling. He enjoyed camping, fishing, and boating along with his father, nephews and grandson. Timmy took pride in his Harley Davidson, the roar of the engine, and the freedom of the ride brought him immeasurable joy.
Timmy was all about family. He spent every holiday by his family's side. Halloween and Christmas were his favorite holidays. Each year, he took his nephews trick or treating. As they got older, he continued the tradition with his grandchildren. This was something Timmy truly took pride in doing with his grand babies. He loved being a grandpa. Timmy loved Christmas. He enjoyed being with all his family, opening presents, playing along with his nephews and grandchildren. Sometimes he was thought to enjoy their Hot Wheels and wrestlers more than they did. He truly was a big kid at heart; let's not forget Thanksgiving. Everyone who knows Timmy, knew he loved to EAT. Food was his favorite.
In addition to his passions, Timmy was a dedicated and hardworking individual. His colleagues and friends admired his strong work ethic and his ability to tackle challenges with a determined spirit. He was a true professional who excelled in his field.
But above all else, Timmy was a man who cherished his family with all his heart. He is survived by his daughter, Tiffany N. Earls; and his cherished grandchildren, James R. Clark Jr., Macy L. Madden, and Robert L. Hellman. He found great happiness in their presence. Timothy is also survived by his loving sister, Sarah L. McDonald; his beloved nephews, Branden F. Hedger, and David D. Adkins; his dear parents, David and Connie l. McDonald; along with many aunt, uncles, cousins and friends. His love and guidance have left an indelible mark on their lives.
Timothy’s generous spirit extended even beyond his passing. He leaves behind a legacy of compassion by directing the proceeds in death to his beloved grandparents, Janet and Ernest Earls, and Edward and Doris McDonald in recognition of the love and support they provided throughout his life.
Funeral Ceremony will be 11:00 am Friday, September 22, 2023 with a visitation at 10:00am until the time of services at 11:00am at Newcomer Cremations Funerals and Reception's 3300 Parkcrest Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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