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George Timmerman

Posted By Ballard Sunder Funeral Home On June 23, 2019 @ 2:33 pm In 2019,Obituaries | 5 Comments

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George Timmerman, age 88, of Crystal & Cross Lake, passed away suddenly but peacefully with a SMILE on his face. His family is planning a special remembrance with friends & family to be held at a later date. In lieu of gifts or flowers, we request you just SMILE in George’s honor.

George was born September 6, 1930. He grew up in Northeast Minneapolis. Following high school, He enlisted in the Air Force and made Staff Sargent. He served from 1952-1953 before being honorably discharged. After his service, George married the love of his life, Mary. Their marriage was blessed with two sons, Jeff & Michael.

He went on to work for Honeywell and became supervisor of the entire model shop at just 35 years old. George helped to build and design the first Giro Motion Motors that were used to put the first man on the moon. He then went on to become president of Modern Tool for the owner and best friend, Bud Woolston.

In retirement, George spent time with friends & family in Crosslake MN. He especially enjoyed working at the Bait Box Marina. George will be missed by all who he has touched in his lifetime.

George is survived by son, Jeff (Lori) Timmerman; granddaughters, Billie Timmerman and Bobbi Timmerman Chavez; great-granddaughter, Avery Chavez. Preceded by wife, Mary Timmerman; son, Michael Timmerman; parents, George & Pearl (Samson) Timmerman; sister, Pat (Miller) Kane.

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Condolence from Chuck Rue on June 23rd, 2019 8:20 pm

Jeff, I was so sorry to see your Dad’s obituary in the paper today. I have never forgotten the good times I spent with your family and how welcoming George and Mary always were to me.
I have never forgotten George giving a great summer job to a a college kid at Modern Tool. I worked 2nd shift so I made great money and was to tired during the day to spend it. I graduated from college in the mid 70’s, the economy and the job market was horrible. Even though things were slow at Modern Tool when George learned I was pumping gas I was working at Modern Tool a week later. I swept the parking lot a couple of times, but I was able to go back to school and ended up with a good life because of it.
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope good memories help you all through the tough times. Please let me know when the remembrance is I would really like to pay respects to your Dad. I am smiling thinking of my good memories of your Dad.

Condolence from Bruce R. on June 25th, 2019 6:46 am

My heartfelt sympathies go out to the family and friends. May you find some comfort in the promise found in Revelation 21: 3-4 and 1 Thessalonians 4:14. Knowing that there is an opportunity to be reunited with loved ones.

Condolence from Dan & Betty Soller on June 26th, 2019 7:53 pm

Jeff, sorry to hear of your dads passing, although we didn’t know him, if he was anything like you he was a great man. Our sincere condolence.

Condolence from Lisa on June 27th, 2019 11:41 am

Jeff & Lori,
So sorry to hear about your dad/father-in-law. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Lisa & John Katchmark

Condolence from Sheryl Wendt on July 10th, 2019 12:23 pm

Jeff.. so sorry to hear about George passing . I worked at Modern Tool for 32 years. Remembering all the happy hours and lunches he took us to., yes always a smile or a grin. Was nice running in to you at Moonlite Bay last weekend. Again so sorry for your loss. Blessing to your family.

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