Timothy R. Calkins Jr.

Passed away on January 7, 2015

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Timothy R. Calkins Jr., 39, of Graniteville, a semi-professional wrestler and baseball fan, died Wednesday at home. Mr. Calkins was born in Eltingville and raised in Great Kills. He graduated from Susan Wagner High School in 1993. Mr. Calkins trained at Gleason's Gym in Brooklyn and worked as a semi-professional wrestler. He was associated with Extreme Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment during his career, his family said. An avid N.Y. Yankees fan, he also enjoyed listening to classic rock music. He is survived by his son, Kevin Alexander; his father, Timothy Sr.; his mother, Suzanne Howard; his stepmother, Robin Calkins; his brothers, Charles J. Howard III, Michael R. Trey and Gregory M. Calkins; his paternal grandmother, Dorothy Calkins and his longtime companion, Corey Anne Cook. The funeral service will be Saturday at 12 p.m. in the Casey-McCallum Rice South Shore Funeral Home, Great Kills. Arrangements include cremation.


  • Visitation Friday, January 9, 2015
  • Visitation Friday, January 9, 2015
  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 10, 2015

Timothy R. Calkins Jr.

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Dorene Capone-Olive

February 8, 2018

We had our WWE tryout together back in 2006. He nicknamed me the Church mouse of the ring b/c I am so tiny and you couldn't hear me coming :-) We became friends after this great experience shared at WWE. Very saddened to have found out about this. RIP my friend.

Michelle Meir- Yosifon

February 7, 2016

Timmy, It took me some time to believe the news that you're gone.. I met you when I was 12 at my cousin's house, when we used to watch WWF together in the livingroom.. We were friends and it grew over the years, but we sucked at the long distance thing and at staying in touch, but still you would call.. and I always knew I'd hear from you again.. sometimes we spoke for a few minutes, sometimes longer, sometimes you would just call and play our song over the phone, and once you even just showed up and my house and surprised me for my birthday LOL, me and my mom couldn't believe our eyes. . You were very sweet, and funny, I only knew you outside of the ring, not as Tim Arson, just as Calkins. We always said we'll catch up and meet up "one day", and now that day will never come.. I'm so sorry that I'll never hear your voice or see your face again, but you will always remain as a part of my history and I'm my heart. I remember at the end of every conversation you would say -"Make no mistake, I'm coming for you".. we'll Timmy, you're wrong, you will not be coming by, but I know I'll see you again "one day".. funny how your guest signing book closes tonight, and I'm the last one to sign it.. You were waiting for me to say goodbye. . My condolences to your beloved son, family, friends, and fans.. I'll always think of you, love you, and miss you. . And I know why -for you!

Michelle Meir- Yosifon

February 7, 2016

R.I.P my old friend Tim. I will forever think of you,love you, and miss you . You were one of a kind..

suliman akel

February 2, 2016

Your kindness still echoes through my life. I'm glad to have crossed paths with you my friend.

Bobby Johnson

November 22, 2015

Miss ya buddy. Just found out after trying to find you after all the missed years...dam! Wish I could go back in time!

Charlie,please contact me.

-Bobby Johnson

K Stamatson

February 24, 2015

your light will always burn bright Tim you were one of the good ones, you are with Winnie now so rest now

Dolores Cook

January 11, 2015

Tim, you gave Coryanne back her laughter and smiles. Never a day went by when I saw you, that I didn't at least smile at the antics you did. You knew how to lift spirits, even when you were hurting. You will always be remembered. Thank you. Mom

Dottie Scanlon

January 11, 2015

You will always be the Son I never had!! You will be greatly missed! Love Dottie

Anthony Esposito

January 10, 2015

I found out all too late. Prayers to your family and friends with my deepest condolences. I will always remember all the good times wrestling and traveling. You helped teach me the ropes on becoming a good worker and for that I am eternally grateful. I'm happy to have known you and the boys and I'm regretful for being away for too long. This is a sad day but you will always be remembered. You always had "it" and gave us something to look up to. I will miss you, brother.

Laura Cook

January 10, 2015

Tim, you made my sister happier than I had ever seen her. For that, I will always be thankful. You were the brother I never had. I love you, bro.