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Garner Funeral Service

10 Lawrence Ave, Potsdam, NY

OBITUARY

Timothy J Mouthorp

6 July , 195126 October , 2019
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Mr. Timothy J. Mouthorp, age 68, of Potsdam, NY passed away on October 26th at the Canton Potsdam Hospital. Friends may call at the Garner Funeral Service on Tuesday, October 29th from 1-3pm. Burial will then follow at the Evergreen Cemetery at approximately 3:45pm. Contributions in his memory can be made to the American Cancer Society. Thoughts, memories and condolences can be shared @www.garnerfh.com. Tim is survived by his sons Luke (Nichole) Wilson, John and Brian Mouthorp; daughters Janet Mouthorp and Andrea (Matthew) Sutliff; step daughter Shannon (Derek) Greene; brothers Thomas (Carolyn) Mouthorp and Terry (Diane) Mouthorp; sisters Patty Bellinger and Kay (Rick) Streeter; grandchildren Greyson Wilson and Mallory and Addie Greene and several nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his wife Dorothy Mouthorp and his parents. Mr. Timothy J. Mouthorp was born on July 6, 1951 in Canton, NY to the late John Mouthorp and Irene Wright. He was a 1969 graduate of Canton Central High School. He then attended Canton ATC. He was a member at FFA while in school. In August of 1984 he was married to Dorothy Wilson. She passed in 2006. Tim grew up and worked on the family farm most of his young life; hunting, fishing and taking care of the milk herd. He then worked at a few local mines before acquiring the Post-Standard and Herald American newspaper distribution route for St. Lawrence and Franklin counties. Most recently he became a “Truck Driver”, working for Burns Milk Haulers and Lavalley. Tim enjoyed collecting comic books and marvel movies. He loved to stop by and visit with all the local businesses in Potsdam. He was a history buff, especially with WWII. His favorite thing of all was spending time his children and grandchildren.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, 29 October , 2019
  • Burial Tuesday, 29 October , 2019

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Bonnie and Tom Trippany

11 November 2019

We were so sorry to hear about Tim's passing. He was great guy and Dad. He was loved so much by his family and was so dedicated to them. He will truly be missed by all.

BUFFIE BURNETTE-VICE

29 October 2019

Prayers and love to all of Tim's Children, Grandchildren, Parents, and all other family members. I remember Tim way back from the 90's. The one thing I am sure of is his love for his children he would move heaven and earth for them.

A great memory was when I was at his house in Potsdam and realized the house he owned use to be my Moms, Grandmothers house. Was so cool.

Another great story was I had a Ford Probe and it was parked in the driveway and the next thing you know Tim was yelling and chasing my car. I believe it was Johnnie had gotten in my car and put it in park and him and the car were headed to the road. Let's just say Tim could run.

Love ya'll Buffie Burnette-Vice

Darell Thompson

29 October 2019

To the family oh Tim want to express my condolences I didn’t know him well Just when I met him at the milk plant It was a joy visiting with Him. RipTim.

Judy Hayes Martin

28 October 2019

So sorry to hear the passing of Tim. He was in my high school class of 1969 in Canton. A couple of years ago we ran into each other at a family wedding and we had a great chat about the past and present of our lives. It was so great to see him that day. May an old friend rest in peace.

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Luke and Nichole’s wedding

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Breakfast at Cheryl’s

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Barking Dog

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Birthday

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Luke and Nichole’s wedding

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Breakfast at Cheryl’s

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Barking Dog

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Birthday

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On the ferry

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Dad and Grey

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