Timothy Lee Francisco

Born on June 8, 1958 in Charleston, West Virginia
Departed September 5, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida

Timothy Lee Francisco, 64, of Cocoa, Florida passed away on September 5, 2022. Tim was born on June 8, 1958, to Paul and Geneva Francisco in Charleston, West Virginia.

A graduate of Eau Gallie High School, Tim was a Kennedy Space Center Employee for more than 40 years. Tim was known for his dedication, not only to his work family, but his own family as well. He is survived by his mother, Geneva and his beloved wife of 28 years, Wanda Francisco (Nasworthy).

He is also survived by his four children; his daughter Shannon Williams and son-in-law Samuel Williams and their children, Slade, Bella, Kolin, Kolton and Harper. His son Dustin Francisco and daughter-in-law Dana Francisco and their children, Ashlynn and Hayden. His son Shawn Francisco and daughter-in-law Chele Francisco and their children, Michael and Tripp. His son Jacob Francisco and his partner Morgan Pelc and her daughter, Mya.

Tim will join his father Paul, his brother Butch, and his sister Beverley Sue in Heaven.

Tim was a loving husband, father and grandfather. His grandchildren were his pride and joy. Tim was a simple man, an avid hunter and fisherman, a jokester with a love for the outdoors, the mountains, flannel and the state of Georgia and the Georgia Bulldogs. His Boston Terriers Rosy, Rylee and Ernie were his world. He loved to cook meals and smoke barbecue for his family and friends.

In true Tim fashion, a Celebration of Life to honor him will be held at the Veterans Memorial Center (400 S. Sykes Creek Pkwy. Merritt Island, FL 32952) on Saturday, October 8th, 2022at 5:30 pm.

2 Timothy 4:7 – “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”

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Randy Bailey from Melbourne wrote on September 21, 2022:
My heart goes out to you and the kids Wanda. As you know although we were cousins we raised up together as brothers. I think back of all the good times we had, from hanging out at the race track to all the times he rode with me when I was at the Police Dept. Too many memories to put all on here. I will miss him forever. Love you.
David Bailey from Kings Mountain wrote on September 21, 2022:
Dear Aunt Neve and Wanda - - - I'm so sorry about Timmy. We have the best memories of growing up together. He was ALWAYS the daredevil that would try anything. No one ever knew what stunt he would pull on us. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love David
Donna Allen from Mims wrote on September 21, 2022:
We will always remember Tim’s smile and endless sense of humor. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Uncle Robert and Aunt Barbara from Muskegon, MI. wrote on September 17, 2022:
Yes, Tim was a great guy and always fun to be around and I do mean fun.
Denise Bunch from Merritt Island wrote on September 13, 2022:
Wanda and family, loss of a loved one is the hardest thing one has to go thru. Tim was a fun loving individual who always brought a smile to my face as well as smiles to others he touched. Tim will be missed but will always be in our hearts. Sending each of you thoughts and prayers .during this difficult time..
Eric van Heiningen from Merritt Island wrote on September 12, 2022:
Dear Wanda and family, I always thought so much of Tim, he was bigger than life, what a great man. I always enjoyed our time working together. I hope you find comfort in the fact that Tim touched so many people's lives in such a positive way.
Frank Washburn from ROCKLEDGE wrote on September 12, 2022:
Tim was a good man. We had a lot of fun together throughout the years We worked along side of each other for over 25 years. He will be missed. God Speed my brother Tim and may the Lord Jesus Christ eternally bless you!
Jose E. Valentin (Nino) from Titusville wrote on September 12, 2022:
Francisco Family, I worked many years with Tim and it was always a pleasure. Tim treated everyone with the utmost respect and professionalism. May God flood your minds and hearts with his peace and strength always.
Donna (Eriksen) Carroll from Viera wrote on September 12, 2022:
Wanda, So sorry for the loss of your sweetheart. Tim was such a jokster and happy guy. Look to God for comfort and his promise that Joy comes in the morning. It's true because it happened for me so, be patient, it will for you too. Praying for you and your family.
Don Everhart from Rockledge wrote on September 12, 2022:
Rest in Peace Tim, Sparky will remember you for a long time.
Mike Lopez from Rockledge, Fl wrote on September 12, 2022:
Wanda, so sorry to hear about Tim. My heart goes out to you and family during this time of grief. May the Lord give you peace and surround you with His love. I am honored to have worked with Tim and appreciate his friendship. Blessings
Mary Russell from Port St. John wrote on September 12, 2022:
Thoughts and prayers for your family and friends Tim. You will be truly missed. I enjoyed our chats in your office and sharing Frito's. I was and will always be a 'Tim Fan'. We became friends, not just co-workers, I am blessed for that. Many hugs.
Shelly & Walter Hoppe from Cocoa wrote on September 12, 2022:
Sending the entire Francisco Family our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May Tim rest in peace!
Kim Draves from Cocoa wrote on September 11, 2022:
Wanda, I’m so sorry for your loss. Tim was a wonderful person. He touched so many lives in the very best ways. I’m grateful I had the chance to know him as both a colleague and a friend. Holding you close in my heart. Love you.
Lori Hillenbrand from Melbourne wrote on September 11, 2022:
I have had the privilege of knowing Tim and Wanda for a few years now. Tim never met a stranger and had the most special smile. I am going to miss that smile and am very proud to have known Tim and call him a friend. May God protect Wanda, the kids and grandchildren and they process this time of loss and sorrow.

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