OBITUARY

Timothy Ashline Barnes

June 6, 1985May 17, 2018
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Timothy “Tim” Ashline Barnes, born on June 6, 1985 in Floral Park, NY, passed away on May 17, 2018, in New York City, after fighting a 2 ½ year battle with cancer. Surrounded by his love ones, and his amazing team at MSKCC, Tim was finally freed from the shackles of sarcoma. Tim’s career was focused on Information Technology, with multiple roles in the federal government and private sector, both in Northern Virginia and Florida. Tim is survived by his fiancé, Kristine Konopa, his parents, Thomas and Anne-Marie Barnes, and his five brothers - Daniel, Michael, Matthew, Andrew and Stephen – his sister-in-law, Alison, and his four nieces – Reagan, Evangeline, Grace and Lucy. Family will receive friends at R. Stutzmann & Son for a viewing on May 19, from 9:30-11:00 a.m., followed by an ecumenical service, at 2000 Hillside Ave., New Hyde Park, NY. Interment will be held later that day at Washington Memorial Park in Coram, New York. Remembrances can be added to his obituary at www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, May 19, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, May 19, 2018
  • Interment Saturday, May 19, 2018
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Dan Rodko

May 29, 2018

Very sorry to hear this. I had the chance to be Tim's counselor at Pilgrim Camp in 1998. He was always pleasant and joyful to be around. My condolences and prayers for the entire family.

Love and prayers,
Dan & Jill Rodko

Nicholas Collins

May 21, 2018

Losing someone is never easy. While I never had the pleasure of meeting Tim, I do know that those who have are blessed to share in his life. My heartfelt condolences go out to the Barnes Family.

Eric Parsons

May 21, 2018

While I never got the chance to meet Tim I was truly looking forward to meeting him in September. I learned that it was once his dream to become a Marine and what a fine Marine he would have been. The core values of the Marine Corps are Honor, Courage, and Commitment, and from the stories told at his service he seemed to exemplify them all. Many prayers and love to your family during this diffcult time.

Gwen James

May 20, 2018

I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of sorrow. Praying that God's peace and love will comfort you today and always. May God bless you and keep you in his care.

With Love & Sympathy,
Gwen James

"I will turn their mourning into joy, I will comfort them , and give them gladness for sorrow."
Jeremiah 31;13

Ryne Regan

May 19, 2018

Roller hockey for HOURS on Maplewood Drive; riding our bikes to A-Z Video, grabbing a playstation game and a tray of Sour Jack's - eating the whole thing in minutes with him; Mike absolutely destroying us in NBA Street on the playstation; playing manhunt in his backyard (just a cool way high school kids said hide and go seek!); being a part of the Annual Thanksgiving Day Barnes Football Game; driving to Hershey park with a bunch of friends; sharing an apartment with him in Annapolis; trying to make homemade absinthe with him in Annapolis (we failed miserably!! Lol); getting in arguments with him, but never letting grudges fester; playing basketball for hours; being on the lacrosse team together; that awkward dinner we had with the Hohl's where we put to rest the memory of a past transgression and learned what forgiveness was all about; watching him and Angie awkwardly get to know each other and start dating; watching Tim's devotion to Angie during her darkest hour; when Tim was in trouble at home and grounded, he would crack open the basement window and I would crawl through and play playstation with him (sorry Mrs. Barnes...:-); he helped me settle grudges in the neighborhood...my personal muscle and enforcer; doing the Warrior Dash together; going to see Linkin Park together; him splitting my head open with a hockey stick the day before I left for basic training...lol, then doing whatever he had to do to make sure I was properly stitched up before my big day; his loyalty, friendship, his brotherhood and how he and his family were a second family to me during my most formative years. There are so many more memories, but these float to the top as I struggle to find the best words. He has inspired me and so many others to live our best lives. Although we may have thought we were too manly and too tough to say it to each other, I loved him like a brother. I wish I had a chance to tell him that in person.

Joye Fox

May 19, 2018

Tom, I am so sorry for the loss of your son Tim. What a fighter your son is! He fought the great fight and he will never be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Lots of Love from North Carolina ♡ -Joye Fox

FROM THE FAMILY

Tim, Evie and Grace

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