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Craig Flagler Palms Funeral Home & Flagler Memorial Gardens

511 Old Kings Road South, Flagler Beach, FL

OBITUARY

Timothy Frank Melnick

January 14, 1952January 8, 2020

Timothy Frank Melnick was born on January 14, 1952 and passed away on January 8, 2020.

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Paul Levine

January 19, 2020

Meeting Tim for the first time was in 91 at one of my first Kart races at Summit Point, where while waiting to go to the grid i hear this loud voice saying who the hell's Kart is this , so i look back & go it's mine . Well he says this is the coolest Kart up here & where did you get all these Monster stickers from ? Turns out Tim was as crazy as i am when it comes to old Monster films . When your race is over come find me i'm in the RV over there . Turns out we had much more in common & we both played music & it wasn't' long before we jammed. We became very close friends over the years we raced & stayed in touch after we both had left WKC & WKA. We talked & shared stories of the past & his wonderful conspiracy theories & thoughts on Ancient Aliens & even things on the second world war. He was a truly funny & a great friend & fierce competitor . He would send me the songs he was doing & had hoped to record as fellow player i found that a very warm and trusting thing as he valued my musical abilities. We were both dog lovers & we shared the same warped sense of humor most don't understand unless you grew up in that time . I am shocked to find he's gone & with no real clue as to what happened . My heart goes out to Aron his son who i may have only met once or twice but i now from taking with Tim he cared totally for him . There is way too much to go on about especially towards the things we probably should have never done growing up & as adults but those were part of the times we grew up in. As we get older we know these things happen & the worst is when we least expect it. I spoke with Tim on the Passing of another friend we all knew quite well Mark Taylor our Tech guy & another great friend of Tim's . He had to go & promised to call me back but that didn't happen & i will miss Mark & his sense of Humor & kindness now i have to deal with this tragic loss of my friend as he was of many but i believe we were brothers in craziness & music racing & love of Monsters

Brad Price

January 17, 2020

Miss you man, you left us too soon! I cherish the good memories!

joe turner

January 14, 2020

In 1964 the Beatles played at Atlantic City's Convention Hall. I was eleven and Timmy was twelve. Unaware of his presence, I looked across the aisle and there was Tim. Our eyes met and we gave each other the thumbs up sign. The rest was the Beatlemania hysteria of the times. We always said we grew up in the Golden Age of Rock, rebellious, innovative, and imaginative. Our mutual love of music continued throughout our lives and up to the end of Timmy's. He was an iconoclast and a free spirit and I will deeply miss him. It's only fitting for me to reference the Beatles "In my life"
There are places I'll remember all my life though some have changed Some forever not for better. Some have gone and some remain. Some are dead and some are living in my life I've loved them all. But of all these friends and lovers, there is no one who compares to you.
Tim, you've thrown off that mortal coil. Your soul is free!

Gary Jost

January 12, 2020

Rest in peace tim

Chris Brodzik

January 12, 2020

Tim, I never had a day with you that didn’t include laughter and a great time. Go easy my friend. Chris

David Tracey

January 12, 2020

Rest In Peace my friend