OBITUARY

Charles Tim MCLAUGHLIN

June 30, 1944February 4, 2019

Mr. Charles Tim McLaughlin, 74, of Marietta passed away at his home on Monday, February 4, 2019.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia during the summer of 1944. He served honorably in the U.S. Naval Reserves spending a tour of duty in Vietnam during his military service. After his military service Mr. McLaughlin began working as an accountant for GoldKist for the next 40 years before his retirement. Mr. McLaughlin is preceded in death by his parents and survived by his brother Robert Michael McLaughlin. A graveside service will be held on Tuesday February 12, 2019 at 2PM at Arlington Memorial Park.

Services

  • Graveside Committal Tuesday, February 12, 2019
REMEMBERING

Charles Tim MCLAUGHLIN

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Joan ANDERSON LYKENS

February 11, 2019

Tim and I were Gold Kist Inc. Corporate buddies. Spending 16 years in corporate, we had some serious and hilarious discussions. Tim could make your day with some of his reminiscing stories and yarns. It hurt my heart to learn of his passing but I have great memories I will carry with me until I join him. When I smile, Tim, I’ll be remembering you.

Rest In Peace my dear friend.

Joan Anderson Lykens
Roanoke, Virginia

Debby Freel

February 10, 2019

We were so sad to hear of Tim's passing. Our family will miss our friendly and kind neighbor Tim. He was always happy to hear an update on the adventures of my kids. He loved our whippet, since he used to have a whippet too. We will miss his friendly presence. May Tim rest in peace. We express our sympathy to his family.
💗🙏💗 Peace and prayers,
Debby & Brian Freel & family

Ann Wilson

February 10, 2019

I met Tim 15 years ago when I moved in across the street from him in Woodbine Station. We got to know each other mainly through chats at our mailboxes and smiles and waves shared as we passed each other driving in and out of our subdivision . I will always remember him as being a friendly and concerned neighbor. On his own he took it upon himself to walk my garbage cans back down my driveway on garbage days as he was concerned about them being out while I was at work. He shared once that he was a bit of a night owl and proved it late one night when he called to alert me that my porch furniture was in the middle of the street--an apparent prank by neighborhood kids. It was 3am! :-) I will miss having him as my neighbor. My condolences to his family and friends.

Becky Holbrook

February 10, 2019

Tim was a member of the Gold Kist family. I worked at Gold Kist for 30 years and I always like Tim. He was always friendly and had a was fun to be around. We all grew up together. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends
Becky Holbrook