OBITUARY

Timothy Paul Sayers

October 4, 1968September 10, 2021

TIMOTHY PAUL SAYERS Timothy Paul Sayers, of Beckley was born on October 4, 1968 in Wilmington, Delaware. He went to be with the Lord on Friday, September 10, 2021. He is survived by his wife, Mary Farley Sayers; his daughters, Rachel and Rowan; stepchildren, Justin and Caitlane Helton, whom he thought of as his own; mother, Linda Elaine Snyder; granddaughter, Mackenzie; a grandson; brothers, Michael and wife, Becky, Mark and wife, Tammy, Todd and wife, Sharon; one niece and two nephews; several more family and friends who loved him. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Alvin Sayers; his younger brother, Wade Sayers; maternal grandparents, Wayne and Margaret Snyder and his paternal grandparents, George and Mildred Sayers. Tim served his country one term in the US Army National Guard. He worked up until the time of his death at REM as a in-home caregiver. He was an avid pc-gamer and marksman. He loved shooting guns, reading, watching movies, spending time with his family and friends, and helping is mom on the farm. He will be missed by many. Graveside rites to celebrate the life of Timothy Paul Sayers, will be held 1:00PM, Monday, September 20, 2021 at Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens, Beckley with Pastor Arvin Hanshaw officiating. Military Honors will be provided by the Mercer County Veterans Honor Guard. Family and friends will be serving as pallbearers. Those wishing to attend are requested to gather in the parking lot of Blue Ridge Funeral Home between 12:30PM and 12:45PM when we will be traveling in procession to the gravesite. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Timothy's honor to the Mercer County Veterans Honor Guard, 102 Arbor Ridge Drive, Bluefield WV 24701. Online condolences and other information can be found by visiting www.blueridgefuneralhome.com Blue Ridge Funeral Home, 5251 Robert C Byrd Drive, Beckley is honored to be serving the family.

Services

  • Meeting for Procession to Cemetery

    Monday, September 20, 2021

  • A Graveside Serice with Military Honors

    Monday, September 20, 2021

Memories

Timothy Paul Sayers

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Sandy Nail

September 14, 2021

Tim is my cousin and I've known him since he was born.
I lived with Paul and Linda for a time and I fondly remember him as a toddler that use to climb in my bed in the morning for a hug.
There are many memories of trips to Valley Garden and all the boys rolling down the hill. Also going to harvest fruit for canning. Walking to the covered bridge so many times.
He is truly loved and I will miss him dearly.
Love,
Sandy Nail

Caitlane and Mackenzie Helton

September 14, 2021

You'll forever be in our hearts we will miss games nights we will miss aggravating you and we will just miss you most of all we will miss you playing ball with Mackenzie we love you forever and you was and still are the best pawpaw ever come down from heaven ever once and awhile and give is signs to let us know your alright. We love you forever đź’•

Love- caity and Mackenzie

Mike & Becky Sayers

September 13, 2021

In loving memory of Timothy Paul Sayers [10/04/1968 - 09/10/2021].
It doesn’t seem real. We can still hear your laughter and still see your smiling face. You were a kind, compassionate, and generous soul. The struggles you endured in life made you empathetic to the needs of others. Your love for your family is to be commended and admired. You always took care of your Mom and you honored her with the utmost respect. Your love for your wife, children, and granddaughter will be forever treasured.

We will always hold a special place in our hearts for you. You were a wonderful brother and an even better brother-in-law. Some of our fondest memories have you in it. All of our family trips and holiday gatherings will be forever embedded into our memory. We all grew up together. You were your brother’s best friend. You taught our daughter how to ride her bike. I can still see you running patiently and protectively behind her, ensuring that she did not fall along the way. You were patient and kind and nurturing and loving.

We will honor your memory by carrying forward your legacy.
You will always be with us in everything we do. You will never be forgotten.

Go Rest In Peace! We will miss you terribly!

Love, Mike & Becky

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY