Timothy P Dahlquist
June 15, 1951 – January 8, 2019
Timothy Paul Dahlquist passed away on Tuesday night, January 8, after surviving many recent medical challenges, including kidney dialysis, where he was often a reluctant patient. He grew up on a farm in Wisconsin, and was involved in numerous sports in high school. He was an excellent skier, being a part of a ski team and ski patrol. He went onto school at Kenosha Technical Institute, where he majored in Aeronautical Engineering. This led him to his love of flying, which resulted in his purchase of a Grumman two-seater airplane, where he took his future wife on their first date. His profession for most of his career was in sales, first tractors (for J.I. Case and then John Deere), and then large generators (for MQ Power), where he was very well respected by his customers and peers. His favorite pastime was fishing, along with camping and four-wheeling with special friends and relatives. He is survived by his wife of almost 40 years (Judy), and his son (Nathan). He was preceded in death by his parents (Philip Walter Dahlquist) and his mother (Georgia Luth Dahlquist), and most recently last year by his brother (John "JD" Dahlquist). Tim was truly a fighter, and will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
Any donations made should go to the Utah Kidney Foundation
- Judy Dahlquist, Wife
- Nathan Dahlquist, Son
- A Celebration of Timothy's Life Sunday, January 13, 2019
- Reception to follow until 5:00 pm Sunday, January 13, 2019
Timothy P Dahlquist
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Bonnie and Lou Fischer
January 13, 2019
Dear Judy, Lou & I received notice of Tim's passing. We are in San Diego & wanted to let you know we are thinking of you. The last time we visited with him was at Ann Shaw's Wine & Cheese . He talked with us a little bit then a smile came across his face when he realized Ann's cat was curling up around his shoulder. He fought a hard fight, with you and your son by his side. You are in ours prayers. Lou and Bonnie Fischer
January 12, 2019
Tim was such a nice, fun guy. I regret not seeing him much after graduation. Our class is mourning your loss Judy and Nathan. Praying for you and know you were blessed with Tim all those years.