Timothy S Finkbiner

February 17, 1955May 2, 2019

Timothy S. Finkbiner, 64, of Manchester Twp , NJ passed away on Thursday May 2, 2019 at Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark. Born in Pottstown, PA he grew up in Toms River where he was a graduate of Toms River High School South. He worked as a computer contractor at the Lakehurst Naval Air Base in Lakehurst, NJ.

Tim is survived by his parents, Shirley Finkbiner of Toms River and George Finkbiner of Bradenton, FL; his brother Thomas Finkbiner of Lenexa, KS; two sisters, Teri Finkbiner of Toms River and Peggy Steimle of Holly Springs, NC; his nieces Tara and Alison and his nephew Jonathan.

A memorial gathering will be held on Saturday May 11, 2019 from 2-4 PM at Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home 26 Mule Road Toms River, NJ 08755. A memorial service will be held at 3:30 PM. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the charity of your own choice. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family by visiting


  • MEMORIAL VISITATION Saturday, May 11, 2019
  • MEMORIAL SERVICE Saturday, May 11, 2019


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Melanie Levine-Kinne

May 13, 2019

Tim was one of the kindest and friendliest people who I knew in high school. He will always be remembered, forever young in my mind. My sympathy to Tim's family and friends.

Dawn Sontag

May 11, 2019

Rest in Peace Tim. I will remember all the good times growing up. Your huge laugh and big hugs!
Love ya, Dawn.

Donnie Williams

May 6, 2019

There are so many adventures and memories that we shared but you are on the greatest adventure of all....Eternal Life! Your spirit and love will remain in my heart forever. You will be truly missed especially that BIG SMILE! There's nothing we can do for you now except live our lives as you did with kindness, love and patience. Until we meet again #76.

Douglas Earle

May 5, 2019

Timmy and I have been the best of friends for nearly 60 years. In the early 1960’s I would bicycle from Pine Fork Drive in Oak Ridge to his home on Gem Avenue at the end of Silver Ridge. We would play all day in the sand pits by his house and then play basketball on the court his father made behind his house. We attended Sunday School together thru high school with my Mom being our 3rd Grade teacher. Very very sad. Will miss you My Friend but I know you are now free of all pain and celebrating in Our Heavenly Fathers House 🙏✝️🙏. The attached photo is Timmy and me standing together singing before the congregation of the old First Baptist Church on Main Street in the early 1960’s.

Cindy Cruise

May 5, 2019

May you RIP, Tim. Your smile was always bigger than life even when you were hurting. My thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family.

John Barker

May 4, 2019

Time will never erase the tight bond that was forged between us out on that hot , dusty practice field that we spent so much time on together. Fare thee well old friend...…..

Jay Mayer

May 4, 2019

Remembering the great times together over many, many years. Rest in Peace Tim.

Neil McDermott

May 4, 2019

A good man and great friend. Thanks for being in my life!

Nancy Glenn(Harden)

May 4, 2019

Tim now your pain is over and you are at peace. I will miss you. I remember in high school meeting you for the first time and just your smile made me happy. You were always the kindest, sweetest person that I met. I will never forget all our high school memories together and what joy you brought to all who met you. You were just that a gentle giant and may you always rest in peace my sweet sweet friend and classmate.

Dallas KNAPP

May 3, 2019

I remember probably too much of our young adulthood- in school and out the things we did bring a smile to my face and a frown of not being able to sit again and share those memories with Tim. RIP my friend.