Timothy Michael Rummell

Nov 18, 1976 – Mar 5, 2015

Obituary

Timothy Michael Rummel

Timothy Michael Rummel was born November 18, 1976 in Seattle, Washington to Wayne and Diane Rummel, and passed away March 5, 2015 in SeattleWashington at the age of 38.

Over the years Timothy worked in construction and as a mechanic in the automotive industry.

Timothy is survived by his daughter Trinidy Rummel, sons Bailey Rummel, and Gage Rummel, daughter Truce Rummel, mother Diane Rummel, father Wayne Rummel, sister Theresa Berry, brother-in-law TroyBerry, and nephew Zachary Berry.

A memorial service will be held Tuesday, March 17th at 2:00pm at Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial, 16445 International Blvd, SeaTac, Washington, 98188.

Guestbook

Latisha Pulliam
Seattle, Washington
Jun 6, 2015

Diane, I am so sorry for your and the world's loss. There are a lot of people that need to learn how to live without an amazing man helping them daily along the way. I will never have another friend that was as good to me or as honest to me when I needed to hear it. If you need anything at all, please call 2064712744 or email. I Will do anything you need just as your son has for me. Much love and respect.

Jen Pilgrim
seattle, wa
Mar 17, 2015

I am so sorry for this horrible loss. Timothy was one of the best friends I will ever had. We grew up together. We went in and out of eachothers lives but always knew that we would find eachother when needed. He will forever be missed. Much love always Diane. The love he had for you his Sister and the kids was one of a kind.

always Jen

Willa and Myron
Seattle, Washington (WA)
Mar 16, 2015

Diane, we are so sorry for the loss of Timmy. He was a big personality and we will miss the roar of his bike, or car, as he raced up the street. Or came down the driveway for a visit with "Old Man". Timmy was one of a kind and will always have a special place in our hearts.

Deaf JASON & SISSY
Burien, Wa
Mar 14, 2015

Sorry for your losses Everyone I now understand a lot of what the meaning of losing someone close even though Tim and I didn't agree on a lot of things over the years, we became very close in the pass year he was always there for sissy and I we had a lot of one on one time he talked about a lot I f things that I never really understood why Intail now he has become a big change in my life he was a great friend and now he is my angle Timmy sissy and I miss you so much that every time I hear a bike close I start to tear up cause I don't hear bikes often but when you were close you would always make sure I heard you comeing goodby my friend

Melissa A. Chick
Seattle, Wa
Mar 12, 2015

I am so sorry for your loss Diane, and I am grateful that I got to meet your one of a kind son. He changed my life in under 3 months, something my friends of 20 years couldn't do. Your son was full of life & love, and the respect he showed me will never be matched. I miss him more than I can even explain, so much so that I can't fathom how much pain his long term friends & family are going through.When we talked st the house I felt that he is aware now, and he will become an angel if he isn't already.....

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