Obituary of Timothy Hal Wallace

Timothy Hal Wallace age 47, born March 21, 1973 in Eldorado, IL passed away Monday, June 22, 2020 at his home in Rosiclare, IL. Tim was also a former resident of Cambria, IL.
Tim (Timmy) was born to Bill Wallace of Rosiclare, IL and Barbara Love Kessler of Colp, IL. He was preceded in death by his mother Barbara; grandparents, Thurman and Veldene Love, and Ken and Blythe Wallace; uncle, Steve Alvey; and nephew, Trevor.
Tim leaves behind his father and stepmother, Bill and Debbie Wallace; brother, Tom Wallace of Cambria, IL; sister, Chloe Davis of Georgetown, KY; nieces, Kaylee, Taylor and Addie Wallace and Ariel Flowers; one stepbrother and sister; three great-nieces; one great-nephew; stepfather, Kenny Kessler of Colp, IL; eight step-brothers and step-sisters; aunt and uncles, Larry and Regina Hall, Greg and Angie Love, Kevin and Brenda Murphy, Judy Alvey and Ken Wallace; many cousins; and one biological son, Dustin. Tim also leaves behind his estranged wife, Jini Gilbertson; five step-children; and seven grandchildren. Lastly, he leaves behind his girlfriend, Angela Atkinson; three step-children; and seven grandsons, for a total of fourteen grandchildren who adore him. He leaves behind many friends and two beloved pets “Charlie” and “ShittyKitty”.
Tim aka—-Mr. Tim—-Mr. T—Bigdaddy—or T.Z. loved life and was always smiling! He loved helping others, making people laugh, music, his many friends and dog Charlie. He was happy and full of life and was looking forward to his future he had planned. Tim touched so many people’s lives in such positive ways. Everyone who knew Tim loved and adored him, as he did them.
You will forever be in our hearts and until we see you again we will love and miss you.
Love: Angie, Charlie and your family.
A private Celebration of Life service is being held at a later date.

5 Comments

  1. Gean & Dick Tinsley on July 12, 2020 at 4:54 pm

    Sorry for your loss

  2. Amber Byers on July 13, 2020 at 8:58 am

    That was beautiful..Prayers to all…💜🙏

  3. Michael A. Bruce on July 14, 2020 at 7:01 am

    We had some good times and a lot of laughs I’m completely shocked. I’m setting up my middle room in a house I’ve had for 3 years now and decorating it with your blue chair you gave me. You’ll never be forgotten you’ll always be thought of in one way or the other. Love ya man.

  4. Christopher s mcroy on July 20, 2020 at 9:32 am

    The houses we billt the things we did or didn’t do lost we are with out you . But moveing on we all must. I know you wouldn’t want it to be sad and I know you wouldn’t want any of us to fight. You was keeper of many things Mr.T. I know love allways finds a way . No more worry no more law just energy remains for you so everyone just stop the hatred T.Z wouldn’t like that. He was as you all know a man of peace and love. So as for each other we are Tim’s masterpiece. This is all the matters or remains. So be kind to each other and love one another. Were all human nomatter how much we need are supper hero Mr.t . LOVE YOU BUDDY AND I KNOW YOU FELLINI ME BECAUSE I FILL YOU BROTHER
    MY BROTHER FOR EVER TIM WALLACE. R.I.P.

  5. Annette J May on July 24, 2020 at 10:11 am

    RIP TIM WALLACE! My friends and I in Portland, OR were shocked and saddened by the news of your untimely death.
    Thank you for being the thoughtful person you had been.
    My heart goes out to everyone who knew and cared about you. If there’s a rock ‘n roll heaven, take that exit lol. That’s where I hope to be and not the Wheel of Fortune heaven where they watch game shows all day. BO-RING!

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