Tim Brown

Timothy “Tim” Duane Brown, 60, left this earthly realm, surrounded by his wife, sons and family on February 28, 2020.

Memorial Service: 2:00p.m., Saturday, March 14, at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel.

Tim was born in Tiffin, Ohio on August 18, 1959 to Birdell and Barbara (Lucas) Brown.

He married Twila Price on November 29, 1986.

Tim is sadly missed by his loving wife of 33 years, Twila; sons, Derek and Devin all of the home; siblings, Sam Brown of Tiffin, Ohio, Bob Brown and Sue Brown of Avon Lake, Ohio, Greg Brown of Loraine, Ohio, Pam Brown of Tiffin, Ohio, Tom Brown of Wichita, KS and Heather Kinn of Findlay, Ohio; his sister-in-law, Cheri Williams and Mike of Friona, TX, his brother-in-law, Aaron Price and Leslie of Ingleside, TX and father-in-law, Aubrey Price of Ingleside, TX.

He will be forever remembered by his numerous aunts, uncles and cousins, loving nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

Tim was a story teller and always the life of the party, reliving his years growing up in Ohio and Kentucky, traveling through Louisiana, California, moving to Kansas where he met his wife, had his 3 boys, then moving to Iowa, Texas, Kansas again and eventually settling in Waco.

His stories were so wild you sometimes wondered how someone could have so many crazy escapades, such as the time he went swimming and swam over the top of an alligator, hitchhiking and picked up by White Snake’s drummer and so many more tales of adventure.

Tim was an early riser and could always be found watching FOX news and drinking his coffee every morning. He was teased for being a Trump lover and he never faltered in his support of “my president”. Tim loved sports, especially his Cleveland Browns that he remained loyal to in spite of their many losses. He was an avid golf fan, and loved to play the game himself, spending hours on the course with his father-in-law, brother-in-law and other family members. He loved riding his Harley and took many adventurous trips with his wife, father-in-law, brother-in-law and numerous friends. He was a hard worker who was dedicated with an immense work ethic and was a genius of a mechanic that developed his 35 year career with Cargill, going from shoveling guts to managing entire maintenance teams.

Tim loved his family recently proclaiming at a family gathering, “you’re my family, you don’t understand, it’s deep”.  His humor, compassion, love for his family and friends will be forever missed.

Tim was preceded in death by his son, Dustin Brown, his parents, Birdell and Barbara Brown, his sisters, Diane Morris and Toni Brown; his mother-in-law, Joyce P. Price and brother-in-law, A.J. Price.

Memorial donations may be made to Fuzzy Friends of Waco.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

Print Obituary & Condolences Print Obituary & Condolences

Condolence Messages

  1. Worked with Tim several years and he was a real pleasure to work with. Great guy ! I know he will be greatly missed and my sincere condolences go out to the family !

  2. Samantha brown

    So sorry to hear this , although I have seen him since I was younger he’s still family and I pray for you all during this time of loss … may you Rest In Peace Tim ????

  3. Rest in peace my friend. Prayers for the family.

  4. Ken Streacker

    The world is a little less brighter. Tim will be missed.

  5. There are no words…….
    I’m so saddened by Tim’s going home. He was such a positive and fun guy. I’ve only known Twila & Tim for about a year through Compassionate Friends, but having shared losses (our sons) created a bond that is amazing. Twila, you are a strong woman & with God’s Grace day by day & moment by moment you WILL GET THROUGH THIS! Boys, it’s not fair to lose your brother, your Grandmother, & now your Father all in such a short season. Jesus is with you even in this. He will make a way where there seems to be no way. Know I’ll be praying for your family every day. Blessings.

  6. Jim and Karen Weir

    Jim and I are so sorry for the loss of your sweet husband and dad. He was a man of quiet strength and compassion who loved his family deeply! We know that there is a huge void in your lives right now and we are praying for God’s supernatural power to comfort you all in the midst of this devastating tragedy! We love you guys!
    Love, Jim and Karen Weir

  7. Kent & Anita (Koehler) Schmidt

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May your memories give you peace and comfort.

  8. Lesley Schmidt

    ❤ Sending my deepest and most heartfelt condolences. May God give you the strength and comfort in the coming days. May you cherish the memories and keep them close. ❤

  9. One cool guy…….Be cool boss man!!! Rip!!!

  10. Orlando Bonney

    Condolences from Orlando Bonney Clovis NM may he RIP was a great person worked with him many years at Cargill was my boss at one time ,prayers for the family ????????

  11. I am so sorry for your loss. Tim was a good man I will never forget him. Love all. Etta Granger

  12. Wes and Amber Drake

    I am so sorry for your loss. Tim has made our lives better knowing such a great man. I know that this is a difficult season for the Brown family but have faith in the Lords plan. We know that we will see him again some day! Today he is home and through Christ death has lost its sting.

  13. Keith Bartley

    I worked for Tim for several years in Friona, Tx. A great man to work for. He was a joy to be around at work and on the golf course! He will be greatly missed on the job and as a friend.

  14. My golf partner! My friend! You are missed. Visiting with you while you grilled hot dogs and burgers. Being pool side while we teased and praised your wife. Solving the worlds problems and supporting our shared politics. There’s so much I love about you! You are on my mind, and will always have a place in my heart!

Leave Your Condolence