OBITUARY

Timothy H. Nason

March 15, 1964January 4, 2019
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Turner- Timothy H. Nason, also known as “Chicka” or “Mr. Perfect” died unexpectedly Friday January 4, 2019 at his camp in Waldoboro. He was born in Lewiston on March 15, 1964, son of the late Harold T. Nason and Geraldine (Mosher) Mahoney. He was educated in New Hampshire and finished his high school years in Auburn. He graduated from Edward Little High School in 1982.He cherished many great friendships, especially with the classmates who often referred to themselves as the Part Crew of 82’. Tim met and lived with his high school sweetheart and love of his life, Debora A. Berry whom he cherished and adored for 38 loving years. You could often hear Debora refer to Tim as “my blue eyes”. Tim acknowledged Debora’s family as his own often calling Connie Berry by “Mom” and Ronnie Berry by “Dad”. Tim was blessed with six nieces, Aliyha, Ariel, Alexis, and Jordan Gregory, Lindsey Bryant, Calyssa Berry; along with 2 great-nephews, Chase Wade and Levi Roland Berry. Tim was employed with Marden’s Surplus and Salvage, Inc. for 35 plus years. Marden’s sent Tim to earn his CDL Class 1 Driver’s License and he drove long haul for many years. Tim was promoted to Distribution Manager, Safety Coordinator and was responsible to oversee corporate truck drivers. Tim was dedicated and loyal to the Marden’s family and spoke highly of Ham, Louise, Andrew, and the rest of the family, along with management staff and human resource department and along all the employees and associates that he worked alongside of. Tim had a warm and infectious smile and a gentle personality. He was well liked, respected and adored by everyone who met him. He was an avid outdoorsman, he loved the fresh air while riding his motorcycle, his Mustang convertible, his snowmobile, and he enjoyed the “salt life” at his camp at the coast. Tim was a workaholic and took great pride in helping others. Tim loved having projects and kept extremely busy. He built three homes for himself and Debra. The first home, often he referred to as his “mini mansion”, in Minot. Then a second home in Bowerbank, Maine and his latest home in Waldoboro. Tim was a perfectionist and everyone who saw his work knew it. Tim loved riding his Harley Davidson and his rides with his brothers and their wives of the EWNAO CLUB. Tim loved boating, snowmobiling and keeping busy. Tim loved the ocean and his dream was to move to Waldoboro and live on the coast. If you visited Tim at his coastal property, he would always find a way to surprise you with a “lobster feed” on him. Tim also loved traveling and travelled extensively to the Carribean, Europe, Puerto Rico and the United States. Tim loved racing and earned the nickname “Racin Nason”. He drag raced cars and motorcycles at Oxford Plains Speedway for many years. Tim enjoyed Nascar races and watching the Patriots. Tim embraced and cherished his friendship with George Hartford, Ryan Herrick, Mark Sawyer, and all the members of the EWNAO, with special regards to the club prez, Joey Legee and “the party crew of 82”, which included several great and loyal friends that he maintained close friendships with for the past 37 years. Tim is survived by his sister, Debra Nason; his half-sister, Christy Mahoney, a half-brother; Nathaniel Mahoney, and three step brothers and a step-sister, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation Fortin Auburn Friday Jan 11, from 1-3 & 5-8. A funeral service will be held on Saturday Jan. 12 at 11 Am at the funeral home. Committal will be held in the spring at Center Minot Hill Cemetery. Those wishing to make memorial donations in his memory may do so to the Timothy Nason Memorial Fund C/O Mechanics Savings Bank 100 Minot Ave. Auburn, ME 04210. You are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Tim’s life by visiting his guest book at www.thefortgroupauburn.com. Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin group/Plummer & Merrill Funeral Home, Cremation & Monument Services 217 Turner St. Auburn 783-8545.

  • FAMILY

  • Tim is survived by his sister, Debra Nason; his half-sister, Christy Mahoney, a half-brother; Nathaniel Mahoney, and three step brothers and a step-sister, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins.

    Tim acknowledged Debora’s family as his own often calling Connie Berry by “Mom” and Ronnie Berry by “Dad”. Tim was blessed with six nieces, Aliyha, Ariel, Alexis, and Jordan Gregory, Lindsey Bryant, Calyssa Berry; along with 2 great-nephews, Chase Wade and Levi Roland Berry.
  • DONATIONS

  • Timothy Nason Memorial Fund

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Friday, January 11, 2019
  • Visitation Friday, January 11, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 12, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Burial in the spring 2019
REMEMBERING

Timothy H. Nason

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Lindsey Bryant

January 16, 2019

Luke Bryan- drink a beer
When I got the news today
I didn't know what to say.
So I just hung up the phone.
I took a walk to clear my head,
This is where the walking lead
Can't believe you're really gone
Don't feel like going home
So I'm gonna sit right here
On the edge of this pier
Watch the sunset disappear
And drink a beer
Funny how the good ones go
Too soon, but the good lord knows
The reasons why it gets
Sometimes the greater plan is kinda hard to understand
Right now it don't make sense
I can't make it all make sense
So I'm gonna sit right here
On the edge of this pier
Watch the sunset disappear
And drink a beer
So long my friend, until we meet again
I'll remember you
And all the times we used to
Sit right here on the edge of this pier
Watch the sunset disappear
And drink a beer
Drink a beer, drink a beer.

Lindsey Bryant

January 15, 2019

I was truly blessed to have you as my uncle & Deb as my aunt and to be able to tag along on ALL kinds of adventures with you. I couldn't ask for a better man to call my uncle Mr.Perfect💜 Chase & Levi was also very fortunate to be able to have the same experience I had as they grew up with truly amazing man! We will forever hold your memories of you close to our hearts I love you forever and a day. Gone to soon! R.I.P Mr.Perfect the best uncle of all time we will always love you!❤💋👣💔

Birdi Wallace

January 12, 2019

It was great working with Tim although it was way too short a time. Through all of the business as usual..once in awhile you could see that there was a fun side too! The little giggle, a smile or a smart comment will certainly be missed! RIP Tim and I will never forget the race!

Cristy Mahoney

January 12, 2019

Our last picture together with Mom. Christmas 2000. I will love you forever big brother. Rest easy now.

Cristy Mahoney

January 12, 2019

Cristy Mahoney

January 12, 2019

Cristy Mahoney

January 12, 2019

Cristy Mahoney

January 12, 2019

Mary Roy

January 12, 2019

I will always be thankful for the help he provided me with his knowledge of life and the struggles that came along with my life , he was always willing to give advice and support. He made a difference in everyone’s life and will be missed dearly. RIP TIM❤️
Mary Roy

Linda Tiner & Al Richard

January 11, 2019

We will never forget the first time we met Tim. His kindness and gentle soul shined through him and made us feel like we knew him forever. It was in 2011 and we've had many fun times within those years. We were lucky enough to enjoy one of those " lobster feasts" down to Waldoboro. Whenever anyone needed a hand, Tim was there first, always helping. He was a true gentlemen and we are privileged to have known him. A great loss of a true friend. We loved you Tim.

Biography

Turner- Timothy H. Nason, also known as “Chicka” or “Mr. Perfect” died unexpectedly Friday January 4, 2019 at his camp in Waldoboro. He was born in Lewiston on March 15, 1964, son of the late Harold T. Nason and Geraldine (Mosher) Mahoney. He was educated in New Hampshire and finished his high school years in Auburn. He graduated from Edward Little High School in 1982.He cherished many great friendships, especially with the classmates who often referred to themselves as the Part Crew of 82’. Tim met and lived with his high school sweetheart and love of his life, Debora A. Berry whom he cherished and adored for 38 loving years. You could often hear Debora refer to Tim as “my blue eyes”. Tim acknowledged Debora’s family as his own often calling Connie Berry by “Mom” and Ronnie Berry by “Dad”. Tim was blessed with six nieces, Aliyha, Ariel, Alexis, and Jordan Gregory, Lindsey Bryant, Calyssa Berry; along with 2 great-nephews, Chase Wade and Levi Roland Berry. Tim was employed with Marden’s Surplus and Salvage, Inc. for 35 plus years. Marden’s sent Tim to earn his CDL Class 1 Driver’s License and he drove long haul for many years. Tim was promoted to Distribution Manager, Safety Coordinator and was responsible to oversee corporate truck drivers. Tim was dedicated and loyal to the Marden’s family and spoke highly of Ham, Louise, Andrew, and the rest of the family, along with management staff and human resource department and along all the employees and associates that he worked alongside of. Tim had a warm and infectious smile and a gentle personality. He was well liked, respected and adored by everyone who met him. He was an avid outdoorsman, he loved the fresh air while riding his motorcycle, his Mustang convertible, his snowmobile, and he enjoyed the “salt life” at his camp at the coast.
Tim was a workaholic and took great pride in helping others. Tim loved having projects and kept extremely busy. He built three homes for himself and Debra. The first home, often he referred to as his “mini mansion”, in Minot. Then a second home in Bowerbank, Maine and his latest home in Waldoboro. Tim was a perfectionist and everyone who saw his work knew it. Tim loved riding his Harley Davidson and his rides with his brothers and their wives of the EWNAO CLUB. Tim loved boating, snowmobiling and keeping busy. Tim loved the ocean and his dream was to move to Waldoboro and live on the coast. If you visited Tim at his coastal property, he would always find a way to surprise you with a “lobster feed” on him. Tim also loved traveling and travelled extensively to the Carribean, Europe, Puerto Rico and the United States. Tim loved racing and earned the nickname “Racin Nason”. He drag raced cars and motorcycles at Oxford Plains Speedway for many years. Tim enjoyed Nascar races and watching the Patriots. Tim embraced and cherished his friendship with George Hartford, Ryan Herrick, Mark Sawyer, and all the members of the EWNAO, with special regards to the club prez, Joey Legee and “the party crew of 82”, which included several great and loyal friends that he maintained close friendships with for the past 37 years. Tim is survived by his sister, Debra Nason; his half-sister, Christy Mahoney, a half-brother; Nathaniel Mahoney, and three step brothers and a step-sister, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation Fortin Auburn Friday Jan 11, from 1-3 & 5-8. A funeral service will be held on Saturday Jan. 12 at 11 Am at the funeral home. Committal will be held in the spring at Center Minot Hill Cemetery. Those wishing to make memorial donations in his memory may do so to the Timothy Nason Memorial Fund C/O Mechanics Savings Bank 100 Minot Ave. Auburn, ME 04210. You are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Tim’s life by visiting his guest book at www.thefortgroupauburn.com Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin group/Plummer & Merrill Funeral Home, Cremation & Monument Services 217 Turner St. Auburn 783-8545.