Timothy Dan Thorn
November 8, 1974 – May 9, 2018
Timothy “Tim” Dan Thorn passed away on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at his residence in Prairieville at the age of 43 years old. He was born in Shawnee, OK. Tim was the Area Manager of Field Operations for RCI Landscaping and was an extremely hard worker. He was an avid LSU football and basketball fan. The AAU’s #1 basketball fan with the loudest voice. He is survived by his wife Stacey Danielle Dean; father, Danny Wayne Thorn; 2 daughters, Cameron Dean and Carson Dean; 2 sons, Austin Thorn and Cole Thorn; 2 sisters, Kimberly Anne Laurent and Stacey Lyn Windom. He was preceded in death by his mother, Beverly Anne Reimer Thorn. Visitation is scheduled on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 from 9:30AM until a Celebration of Life Service at 1:00 PM by Rev. Jansing Hurst at Ourso Funeral Home, Gonzales. Interment will follow at Hope Haven Garden of Memories in Prairieville. Pallbearers will be Austin Thorn, Cole Thorn, Will Ray, Josh Havard, James Perkins, Dustin Thorn , Peyton Drago and Michael Wall. Visit www.oursofh.com to leave messages of condolences. Ourso Funeral Home of Gonzales is in charge of arrangements.
- Visitation Wednesday, May 16, 2018
- Celebration of Life Service Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Timothy Dan Thorn
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May 16, 2018
I remember one year our niece Holly was celebrating her birthday, and she had said she wanted a Volkswagen Beetle for her first car. Well being a clown I bought her a Hot Wheels car. We all had a laugh over that. Tim had the last laugh though. That year at Christmas he had help to drag a huge box from the garage. He put it in front of me & said Merry Christmas. After tons of paper being pulled out there was one small box left. I'm thinking what in the world is this. Low and behold in the box was a Best Buy card. Everyone had a good laugh then. This was just to show me I'm just as much a clown as you are. May you rest in God's loving embrace little brother until I see you again in Heaven. Love you, Kim.
May 14, 2018
I am so sorry about Tim's passing. I remember once about 1982 when the family was visiting and Tim was about seven years old. We all played an hours long baseball game and Tim, although the youngest one, was an enthusiastic participant. Another time in 1987 when I was in the Air Force I came to visit with several other relatives. Tim was about 12. He lined up a neighbor friend and we played football a good part of the afternoon. Good fun. As one can see he was indeed interested in sports, but there was much more to him than that. He will be missed. My condolences to everyone.
May 12, 2018
Alright Dad, you worked so hard and now you can rest and let the rest of the family work for you. We love you, please watch over us ❤️.