Timothy Mark Stib

May 12, 1960July 1, 2021

Timothy Mark Stib, 61, of Scottsdale, Arizona, entered into rest on July 1, 2021. Timothy married his high school sweetheart, Amy T. Stib, and celebrated 35 years together. Dear father of Matthew (Becca) Stib, MD and Taylor (Kendall) Stib; grandfather of Ethan Stib and Hadley Stib; son of Carol (the late Robert) Stib; brother of Tammi (Gregg) Hancock; brother-in-law of Craig (Karen) Bauer and Kolleen (Dan) Zuelsdorf; son-in-law to JoAnn Schneider and the late Robert Bauer. Uncle of Erin, Molly, Adam, Jordan, Kelli, Justin, Eric, Randy, Farris and Layla. Survived by his uncle, Marvin (Adriana) Tanck, cousins and many friends and co-workers around the country.

A celebration of life will be 2 – 5 PM, (service at 2:30 PM), Saturday, July 10, 2021, at Scottsdale Stadium, 7408 E. Osborne Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, Suite Level, and casual attire requested. To attend services via live stream go to: .If any issues arise with link backup is Green Acres Mortuary is honored to assist the Stib family.


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    Saturday, July 10, 2021



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Kevin Plesnik

July 13, 2021

Amy and family,

Sorry to hear the sad news about Tim. I worked with him in Arizona and Milwaukee. I remember his dry sense of humor. I’ll always remember my first year in spring training in 2005 he said to Tom Olson my wife isn’t making Kevin a lunch everyday. Tim was a very caring person and great boss to work for.

RIP Tim Stib.

Lynn Hanson Ouedraogo

July 11, 2021

Dear Amy, Carol, Tammi, Kolleen, and all the family, I am sending my heartfelt sympathies. I just received news of Tim's passing from my parents. This is a great and painful sorrow and words are bloody inadequate. But please know that many people in many places are shedding tears, and asking the questions with no answers, and carrying bits of your grief with you. My memories of Tim are from way back in Random Lake, of course. I always thought it was great how Tammi & I were classmates and friends just as my brother Phil & Tim were. So many good memories also with Amy and Kolleen! I will be forever grateful for all those years and the friendships that played a part in shaping us. My heart goes out to you and everyone who loved Tim as you celebrate his life and legacy.

Renee Day

July 10, 2021

In memory of your Husband and Dad!

At the heart of every great family is a Dad whose words speak a language of love, whose actions build a lasting foundation, whose lessons inspire for a lifetime.

As painful and difficult as this time is, may you find comfort in the certainty that your Husband and Dad will always be with you and that all you shared together will forever be a part of your life.

After Tim left Oriole Park at Camden Yards, we would text every now and than to check on me. He would always text to wish me a Happy Birthday and I was so surprised that he took to the time, but that was the type if Man he was! But, what I will truly miss is the texting during Football Season. The Packers were his Team and Ravens mine. When Football starts in September, I know it will hurt again, as it does now that you are gone.

I would always worried about you riding your bike to work. Some people drive crazy, especially in the morning. It made me so happy when you walked thru the door.

I love you dear friend and I know you will still be pulling for the Packers.

Renee Day

Terri (mammaT) Koehler

July 6, 2021

Doesn’t everybody remember Tim’s passion to cook let alone his passion to feed lots of people doesn’t everybody remember his really funny smirk and chuckle over an inappropriate joke that he told doesn’t everyone remember his passion for his boys whether it be motorcycling or brand new wetsuits to go in the Pacific ocean or teaching them how to make bananas foster at 10 years old or open a bottle of wine for company at 11 years old ! How about those rockets we used to set off on weekends at Greyhawk school and they parachute down and the boys would try to catch them ,what a fun guy there’s so much he’s given to our family and can’t even tell you how much he loved his own family and Amy you were a sport never did you hesitate to laugh at our silliness and I love you forever and always ,You my friend were his rock I’m positive of that!

Darnell Holley

July 6, 2021

I knew Tim from the Zenith Apartments across from Orioles Park. I was the Security Supervisor in charge of security for the building. Tim was always kind and respectful to me. I always enjoyed a conversation with him and was always pleasant anytime I saw him. My deepest condolences to the family and sorry for your loss.

Steven Casad

July 5, 2021

Stibber was my mentor for DNC. He was always helpful on all our openings of new stadium or parks. Always smiling even during the hardest openings we had. It was one of my saddest moments to hear of his health issue and now his passing.
Amy, our blessings and strength go your way to you and your family.
Much love.

Randy Zuelsdoef

July 4, 2021

He was an amazing Uncle and will be missed by all. Picture attached is from a few years ago when we met Amy and Tim out in Las Vegas, aka his favorite vacation spot ;)