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Timothy Joseph Shaw

March 29, 1949October 26, 2020

Timothy Joseph Shaw passed away peacefully on October 26, 2020. Timmy was born on March 29, 1949 in Tarrytown, New York. He grew up in and enjoyed most of his life in Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow New York. Timmy worked for General Motors for 38 years and held several key positions in multiple vehicle assembly plants (Tarrytown NY, Doraville GA and Detroit-Hamtramck MI) retiring as Department Superintendent. While at GM Timmy mentored, coached and impacted many people. He was truly loved and will be dearly missed.

Timmy is survived by his wife Nancy Shaw. They were married on October 3, 1997 and loved each other very much “no matter what”.

Timmy’s love for cars was only surpassed by his love for his 4 wonderful daughters: Amy (Rob) Rosasco of Huntingtown Maryland, Jaqueline Shaw of Canastota New York, Lauren (Michael) Carni of Baldwinsville New York, Victoria (Phillip Robbins Jr) Shaw of New City New York.

Timmy/Pop-pop was also a beloved grandfather of 8 grandchildren: Kelsi (Josue’) DeLeon, Alexandra Rouse, Nicholas Rouse, Michael Carni, Kendall Carni, Isabella Rosasco, Phillip Robbins III, Xavier Robbins.

Timmy was the cherished brother of MaryLynn Pearlman and Gregory Shaw.

A private family service will take place and the family is planning a celebration of Timmy’s life at a future time when loved ones can travel and gather safely.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to: cerebral Palsy of Westchester 1186 King Street Rye Brook, New York 100573 or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, Tennessee 38105.

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Tom Ferris

November 5, 2020

My deepest sympathy to Nancy and the Shaw family. When I transferred from Framingham to Tarrytown Timmy always made me feel comfortable whether at the plant, in Atlanta, or the trips to Detroit for future product development. One thing that I always noticed about Timmy when anyone, no matter who or where they were, needed any kind of help Timmy would tell them "Don't worry Timmys got it. "
Thanks for being my dear, dear friend.....With Love

Tom Ferris

Casey Glover

November 4, 2020

Nancy,

Timmy was an uncle to me and my siblings, a brother to my father. His loss is felt so deeply. He had a great laugh and the best stories. I feel so honored and lucky to have been able to have him in my life. You have been in my prayers daily and I am thinking of you often. Please come and visit us so we can reminisce.
With all my love,

Casey

Domingo Buenafuente

November 3, 2020

My heart felt condolences to you Nancy. Fond memories prevail when I think of Timmy both at work and on our own time. We always had a blast laughing and carrying on always with gratifying results Timmy Put in a good word for me.Oh one more thing I’m told they only serve wine I know you can get that changed.Until we meet again!,God bless the entire Shaw family you are all in my prayers

Darryl Thorne

October 30, 2020

I am so sorry to hear about Tim’s passing. 35 years ago Tim was the first person to train me on being a first line supervisor. I shared many beers at Michael’s Tavern with him getting sage advice. I am sure Tim is in heaven setting souls straight right now.

Ernie DiGiacomo

October 29, 2020

My deepest condolences to Nancy and family. I was so saddened to hear of Timmy's passing, He was a good friend and co-worker and I miss his laughter and positive attitude. We had good (and some tough) times working together, but he always saw the humor in the situation.

I know Timmy will be sorely missed and wish Nancy and family the best memories of a great guy.

Kathy Keskeny

October 29, 2020

My heart breaks hearing such a devastating loss. Timmy was one of nicest people I was fortunate to work with, always kind and nice to all of us. Even if it feels like a lifetime ago since we left Tarrytown, I sincerely still keep such founds memories of the wonderful people I worked with and, Timmy was just one of them. Now, with a heavy hart I have nothing but sadness hearing about his passing.
Thanks for such wonderful memories Timmy!
Keeping Shaw Family in my thoughts and prayers.
Kathy K.

Melody Dillon

October 29, 2020

My sincerest sympathy to Nancy and the Shaw family. Timmy will always hold a very special place in my heart, as I'm sure he will for the many others whose lives he touched. Timmy was my mentor while working at the GM Tarrytown Assembly Plant, and responsible for the start of my career path in salary, giving me my first job covering him as a Manufacturing Supervisor on the Motor Line. We later worked together again in the Detroit Hamtramck Assembly Plant, on future model product. Timmy took people at work under his wing, was a great story teller, the life of the party, and made people laugh to the point of tears with his crazy, contagious laugh and sense of humor. After retirement, Timmy kept in touch with many of us, just to check in and see how we were doing, and I will miss those times and chats. Sending kind thoughts and healing prayers to Timmy's family, and especially Nancy during this difficult time. God bless.

Joseph Berger

October 29, 2020

Timmy Shaw, just hearing his name brings a smile to my face, a rush of great memories, good times shared, long hours sometimes working, often playing, but most of all laughs and love! I will miss you my friend, until we meet again, save me a seat at the rail. I love you brother!
Joe Da Book

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