Timothy Edward Stalbaum

May 22, 1968February 3, 2020

Timothy E. Stalbaum was born May 22, 1968 and found eternal rest February 3, 2020. He is survived by family and friends including Kimberly and Kathryn Stalbaum (daughters), Ron and Diane Stalbaum (parents), Nancy and Richard Schaff (parents), Dawn and Steve Young (sister and husband), Kim and Mike Wolak (sister and husband), Carolyn Kane (partner) and others who loved, cared and worked with Tim. Tim grew up in Waterford, WI worked in California as an auto-body technician and settled in Wichita, KS where he opened T.S. Customs, a restoration shop and collision center. He had an artistic eye, a green thumb, a love for the outdoors and riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle. He will be dearly missed. A service will be held at a later date in Wisconsin.


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Theresa Stoner

March 5, 2020

To my cousin Tim, rest in peace. Remember you telling me once you learned how to make Aunt Dorothy's date filled cookies. Always a family favorite. Hope you two get together in heaven and bake up a wicked batch. Love and condolences to your family. Till we meet again.

Tad Clark

February 19, 2020

As kids Tim was up for fun. Whether he was showing me how to do a trick on a bike, 3 wheeler or (as we got older) a "rockford" there was always excitement. And, we will always be the fastest gunny sack racing team in the family!! Thanks for the memories

Sue Stalbaum Clark

February 19, 2020

Tim always had a sense of adventure..Dirt bikes, always come to mind because if I remember right, he started riding them at a young age..I heard he was a great cook, unfortunately I never got to enjoy it..He loved his family and he was loved...Peace to you Timothy Edward...

Doug Degner

February 16, 2020

My friend my favorite cousin gone too soon. Timmy and I growing up spent alot of time together as we shared alot of the same hobbies and interests. We cross country and down hill skied alot, hunted,dirt biked, and got into all sorts of mischief together. Most recently from a visit from Timmy we had an archery contest as who could hit the bullseye first. I beat him but not without a challenge. The best thing about Timmy was his genuine kind heart that
he always wore on his sleeves. I will miss you very much Cuz!!
Love You!
Cousin Douggie

Dan Degner

February 15, 2020

Dear cousin Tim, Rest In Peace my kind hearted friend! Bad things happen to good people and good families. I pray that the family not looks for reasons or answers, but knows that god has a plan for us all. God Bless Tim! God Bless the sisters, the mother, the father, and Tim’s children.

Dan Degner (I lived with Tim for some months when I was going through my divorce, and got to know Tim. I found a warm, caring, kind hearted man that would do anything for you. He also went camping with my family. My kids still talk about how Tim took them 4 wheeling and got stuck. They had to walk all the way back to our campsite to get a shovel to dig out! Great memory!!)

Shirley Degner

February 14, 2020

I am Tim’s godmother and he spent a lot of time as a child at our house having fun times with his cousins Deb, Dan, and Doug. As he grew up he had this great artistic talent and carried it through with custom painting on motorcycles and cars. Every time he came to Wisconsin he came to see me and always told me I was the cutest Aunt anyone ever had. He loved fishing and hunting and all of Wisconsin’s lush green. Tim was very concerned about his moms declining health and told me he wished he could take care of her. He left this earth far to early and all of the people that loved him will miss him dearly.

Judith Plant

February 11, 2020

Sending my deepest sympathy to the entire family. The loss of a father, son, brother and friend at an early age in life is very painful. You do not know me personally.....I am Nancy's sister in law and I will lift all of you up in prayer. God be with you. Judy Plant