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Timothy (Tim) Allen Taylor Obituary


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Timothy (Tim) Allen Taylor was born November 28, 1966 to Earl & Jane Taylor in Chester, Pennsylvania. Tim passed away with his wife Kimber by his side on December 26,2021.

Tim met the love of his life Kimber in 2004 at the dog park in the apartment complex that they lived in. They fell in love and they married on September 22, 2006. They welcomed their 1st son Timothy in 2008 and their 2nd son James in 2012.

Tim loved dogs and rescued many from shelters and he also adopted a retired Banner Health Security dog. Tim was also known as the ding dong ditch Santa. He would leave presents for the neighborhood children on their street and ring the door bell and run. He was also known as the firework guy for New Year’s and 4th of July for all of neighborhood kids. Tim also enjoyed tinkering with computers and building them, along with building servers too. He enjoyed showing his boys the inner-workings of the computers.

Tim worked in law enforcement in the 90’s. He worked for the Quartzsite Marshall’s office as a constable. He also worked for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy. He was also a Detention Officer for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as well.

Tim started working for Banner Health in 2016 in security and then moved to transport 2021. Tim enjoyed working at Banner Ironwood as security protecting and serving his co-workers and patients and later moving to become a transporter, taking patients where they needed to go.

The family would like to thank all of the Doctors, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists and all other staff at Banner Ironwood for taking such good care of Tim when he was a patient.

Tim is survived by his wife, Kimber; son, Timothy; son, James; and brother, Steve Taylor.

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Timothy (Tim) Allen Taylor was born November 28, 1966 to Earl & Jane Taylor in Chester, Pennsylvania. Tim passed away with his wife Kimber by his side on December 26,2021.

Tim met the love of his life Kimber in 2004 at the dog park in the apartment complex that they lived in. They fell in love and they married on September 22, 2006. They welcomed their 1st son Timothy in 2008 and their 2nd son James in 2012.

Tim loved dogs and rescued many from shelters and he also adopted a retired Banner Health Security dog. Tim was also known as the ding dong ditch Santa. He would leave presents for the neighborhood children on their street and ring the door bell and run. He was also known as the firework guy for New Year’s and 4th of July for all of neighborhood kids. Tim also enjoyed tinkering with computers and building them, along with building servers too. He enjoyed showing his boys the inner-workings of the computers.

Tim worked in law enforcement in the 90’s. He worked for the Quartzsite Marshall’s office as a constable. He also worked for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy. He was also a Detention Officer for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office as well.

Tim started working for Banner Health in 2016 in security and then moved to transport 2021. Tim enjoyed working at Banner Ironwood as security protecting and serving his co-workers and patients and later moving to become a transporter, taking patients where they needed to go.

The family would like to thank all of the Doctors, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists and all other staff at Banner Ironwood for taking such good care of Tim when he was a patient.

Tim is survived by his wife, Kimber; son, Timothy; son, James; and brother, Steve Taylor.

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