Timothy Aaron Postma
April 12, 1994 – January 22, 2020
Timothy Aaron Postma passed away peacefully on January 22, 2020 at Chilliwack, BC at the age of 25.
Tim is survived by Margaret Smith, mother; John Postma, father (Veronica Postma, stepmother); Sarah Postma, sister; Jared Postma, brother; Chakira Graff, fiancé; Janet Rittwage, grandmother; Tim Postma, grandfather; and Grace Postma, grandmother.
Tim is predeceased by Adora Dan, grandmother. Rachel Dan, aunt and Darwin Dan, uncle.
Memorial donations may be made in Tim's name to Ruth and Naomi's Mission.
- Ruth and Naomi's Mission
- Celebration of Life Saturday, February 1, 2020
Timothy Aaron Postma
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February 15, 2020
A lot of you don’t know me at all, my Name is Seth Clark. I met Tim with his friend Dylan a while back, in Poco when me and my girl had first moved into the city. Maybe a couple years back. I didn’t know anyone in the city anymore. I was just riding my longboard around and they called me over asking for a lighter. So being helpful like I am, I lent them a light. They then asked if I’m in new in town, where I’m from, the usual. We kicked off, started talking, told them of where I’ve lived, the rough life I’ve had, talked about music, talked about anything, mainly just random shit, and I had literally just met them. Tim told me he was a guitar player and that he was pretty good at it, Dylan wrote songs and was trying to be a rapper and could sing too. I thought these two guys were awesome and alright. Sad part is... I don’t stay with contact with everyone all the time.... I saw Tim a few other times while living in poco. Everytime he’d see me, he’d greet me with a smile, give me a fist bump, ask me how I was. Tell me to keep my head up. He even came over to my place a couple times with Dylan and we would just chill out, barely knew each other at all, but we chilled like old friends. I remember at one point, we all talked about getting together and writing music together, when we first started hanging out. But we just lived too far apart, it would’ve been too difficult to go back n forth between cities.... I had no idea how hard of a time he was having, and I wish I could’ve helped him. Tim was truly an amazing human being, he will forever missed. I’m really sorry I never got a chance to spend more time with Tim before he passed, I really wish he was given more time.. And it pains me so much more to learn of his passing now. Thank you for being my friend brother. Rest In Peace.