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Timothy J. Davidson

May 20, 1959 — November 21, 2023

Timothy J. Davidson passed away on November 21st, 2023. He leaves behind his beloved daughter Mackenzie Bromley (Matt), his granddaughter Maeve, his twin brother Sam, brother Ray (Lynn), sisters Julie Daniels (Bob) and Beth Andrew, along with many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins and great friends. A private graveside service was held on Friday, December 1st, 2023.

Sam Davidson, Tim’s twin brother, offered the following remembrance of Tim:

Tim was a great bowler, golfer, brother, father, and a good friend. He was one of us. He loved the outdoors, especially Colorado. Tim loved his Chiefs, Royals, and Missouri Tigers.

Every day was an adventure with Tim (Timbo).

Our world feels a bit less whole without him, but man, did Tim leave an indelible mark and a world of memories and emotions on us all. Tim was an extraordinary person and had a knack for leaving an imprint on us just like the tattoo of the bull on his arm. He loved saying “You mess with the Tim-Bull you get the horns!”

Let us just hang onto all the good times and the relationship we each had with Tim. A celebration of “All Things Timbo” will be held in the Spring of 2024 where we can reminisce about all of Tim’s wild escapades and our involvement in those. Until then, cling to the love, laughter, and good experiences we each shared with Tim.

Here's to you my brother – may the wind always be at your back, your drives always find the fairway, your approach shots be true and you one-putt every green. You were loved by me and so many others. I for one will miss you terribly.

Rest in peace, my brother. Your memories will stay fresh in my mind, and you will live in me until my last breath. Love you Bro...

~ Samuel W. Davidson

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