Wylie-Baxley Funeral Home

1360 N Courtenay Pkwy, Merritt Island, FL


Timothy Howard Kirkpatrick

March 9, 1969March 16, 2020

Timothy Howard Kirkpatrick, 51, passed away on March 16, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Fl, He was born in Newport, RI. His adult life was spent on the East Coast of Florida where he enjoyed fishing, surfing, bird watching and music with his many friends. He worked as a tile installer.

He is survived by his father and mother, H. David and Peggy Kirkpatrick, Umatilla, Fl ; sister, Kelly K Quintana (Ricardo) nephew, Felipe Quintana and niece, Alessandra Quintana, Gainesville, Fl There will be a private memorial gathering in Cape Canaveral at a later date.

Tim found peace and joy in nature so in lieu of flowers please consider a donation to your favorite wildlife or animal rescue.


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Timothy Howard Kirkpatrick

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Jay Jones

March 25, 2020

Tim was a very good friend of mine.
I Loved laughing and joking with him. I don't think I ever laughed more with another human being. He was one of my best fishing partners ever. I will always remember catching fish with him and laughing hysterically. I will always remember the good times and there were a ton of them. I love you brother, rest in peace dirty Tim.

Melissa Warren

March 20, 2020

Tim was a truly unique person who made an impact on everyone he met. He was talented, intelligent and genuine. I remember him being happiest when he could get everyone in the room laughing. My deepest condolences to the Kirkpatrick and Quintana families and Tim’s many close friends.

Chuck Mazzella

March 20, 2020

I met Tim years ago in the flooring business. He was a a great tile setter. Also a great musician. He always had a smile on his face and spoke kindly of his friends. I had a chance to talk with him last week. Really going to miss him. A good friend. RIP Tim.

Tom Vollman

March 19, 2020

I, and my family, are greatly saddened by the news of Tim's passing. We are neighbors to his mom and dad, both wonderful people and good friends. On his trips to visit with his parents he would take time to fish from our dock. We frequently spoke when I saw him as he walked through the woods from his parents home to our boat dock. He loved fishing and always wore a bright smile and had a great personality; a wonderful, happy person (like his parents).

We pray for his parents and sister who, I know, will be heart broken at this loss. Rest in Peace Tim. You will be missed.

George Guignet

March 19, 2020

Quite a shock when I heard that Tim had passed. I knew him from the band he played in at some of the local clubs in the area. Seems like he was always laughing. Glad I had a chance to chat with him not too long ago...RIP (Dirty) Tim...

Joey Cali

March 19, 2020

Tim was the first friend I made when I moved to Florida,We worked together for years ,played in bands together, fished together. He will be missed!R .I.P. Old friend

Raymond Terranova

March 19, 2020

So sorry to hear this. Prayers to the family at this time. Rest in Peace old friend. Till we meet again