Tim Turley

Born on February 16, 1965 in Kokomo, Indiana
Departed October 12, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida

Our good-looking Tim Turley passed away peacefully in his home in Melbourne, Florida with his cherished loved ones by his side.

He served his country honorably for the United States Navy. He spent many years on the water as a boat captain traveling from New Orleans to Florida on several occasions and many more locations. If you needed work done at your home, “Tim will do it”, was how he was best known in Melbourne and Cocoa. It may have taken more than a minute to complete the work, but it was done with love, perfection and kindness.

His past 16 years plus were filled with compassion and consideration for others, to include marrying his life partner, Russell Lamb on August 14, 2022. Then there was Ms. Lola who strengthened the bond even more with his husband, Russell Lamb. He will be missed by many, more than words can say.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to St. Francis Reflections Lifestage Care, 6905 N Wickham Rd, Suite 403, Melbourne, Florida 32940.

Services for Celebration of Life will be announced at a later time.

St. Francis Reflections Lifestage Care

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7 entries.
Cindy Seymour from Swannanoa wrote on October 24, 2022:
What a ride you had, my friend, and I am honored to have enjoyed some of that ride with you. When Russell shared with me that he had met "The One" I thought he was just rambling, turns out you truly were "The One." You were never in a rush and rarely got frustrated, which is surprising given that you were with Russell. I know that you are sitting in a captains chair somewhere, smoking a cigar and staring out at the ocean that you loved, and smiling because your are at peace. Until we meet again❤️
Jeri Keefe from MELBOURNE wrote on October 19, 2022:
I only knew you for a short time Tim but like everyone who meets you our friendship seemed like we'd known each other for years!! I am so thankful for the time we had with you. You were a rare jewel that is so difficult to find on this earth. Thank you for the love you gave Russell you filled his heart with the kind of love that is just as rare as the jewel itself. We will hold him close in our hands and carry his heavy heart until the day you will be together again. Fairwell sweet Angel let your soul fly in peace and beauty while shining your light. Good by my friend we share meet again.
Laura C Serway from Syracuse wrote on October 17, 2022:
Timmy you are so missed already! Living life to the fullest each day was all we ever did. Traveling, playing cards, eating out, playing with the dogs, hanging with the gang on porch night, working on our homes and so much more fun and laughter filled our moments together. Thank you for your love, our friendship and most of all, your time. May God hold you close as you rest peacefully until we meet again.
Brian Earley from Port St. John wrote on October 17, 2022:
So happy you found each other and had such a wonderful life together. Let the memories of your special life together feed your heart and soul forever. Tim, may you rest in peace.❤️🙏🏻❤️
Stephen Beyer from Satellite Beach wrote on October 16, 2022:
Russell, I love you so very much !!!! I’m grateful for the close to 16-years of memories. I remember the day/night you all met. I love all the memories we made. “ Mister good looking Tim” will live in my ❤️ Forever!!!!
Russell Lamb from Melbourne wrote on October 16, 2022:
I never thought I'd find a man with so much strength and feeling, a man with such integrity and goodness in his heart....The more I know, the deeper I appreciate and love him as I'd cherish and enjoy a rare and priceless work of art. I realize he may not be as perfect as I see him, yet in my eyes and in my heart there's no one else on earth more genuine and precious than my one and only love. And there's no treasure anywhere to equal what he's worth. My Friend, My Husband, My Angel.
marjorie nelson from melbourne wrote on October 14, 2022:
Mr. tim, To such a loving and warm soul. May you soon see the face of god. Rest in peace my friend.
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