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Fred H. TimperFred H. Timper, 70, of 2301 Cypress Drive, Reidsville, passed away on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at Annie Penn Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 3:00 PM Sunday, October 27, 2019 at Wilkerson Funeral Home with Rev. Jonathan Brake and Dr. Bob Lowdermilk officiating. Burial will follow in Evergreen Memory Gardens. Fred was born in Queens, NY, and lived in the area until moving to North Carolina in 1968. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Campbell University in Business Administration. In 1987 he was diagnosed with Leukemia and the Reidsville community rallied and had numerous fund raisers to assist in his recovery. He wanted to give back to his community by serving others. He was member and past president of the Reidsville Chamber of Commerce, the Reidsville Rotary, and the RCC Foundation Board of Directors and active donor for Camp Carefree. He was a member at Woodmont United Methodist Church where he served on the finance committee and worked at First Citizen’s Bank for 39 years, most of those spent in Reidsville. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed going to the coast with friends from Reidsville. He was a great father, jokester, friend, leader and always wanted to better someone’s day. He was preceded in death by his father, Frederick Timper and wife, of 42 years, Jane Karen Timper; and sister, Jeannie Timper. He is survived by his children, Reed Timper, Natalie Timper Brooks and husband, Jeremy Paul Brooks, Katherine Timper-Taylor and husband, Robert Taylor; grandchildren, Madelyn Donna Brooks and Lillian Jane Brooks; mother, Lucy Timper; brothers, Robert “Bob” Timper and wife, Leslie. The family will receive friends at Wilkerson Funeral Home on Saturday, October 26th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM and other times at the residence. The family requests that In lieu of flowers, kindly send donations to the RCC Foundation, Inc., In Memory of Jane Rawls Timper, PO Box 38, Wentworth, NC 27375-0038.
A candle was lit in memory of Fred Timper
Bill Apple Mar 22 2022 2:02 AM
katherine timper Mar 18 2021 5:23 PM
My wish is that you, as his brother, would have tried to form a relationship with him. He reached out to you, but you were adamant that he ruined your childhood. Im letting everyone know you never checked on our father. It was only when he was on life support that you had a friend come to make sure he was going to die. You stole your brothers (and sister) coins. You dont fall far from the tree of greed and youre using grandmas love of her children. If she truly knew who loved her, shed kick you out in a heartbeat. But shes a mother, and no matter what you do behind her back, she will defend you until the end. I will always know the lies you told her, including her other son and his wife. What makes me smile is that dad wanted me to defend her, but nobody else had the balls or the moral fortitude to do so.
katherine timper Mar 18 2021 5:17 PM
Also, I want to say that when you desire to speak about a loved one and get to the podium, so much is going through your head but pain will push your thoughts away. Im sure nobody will be criticizing what was said, I only wish I had said more about dad. It upsets me that what I wanted to say, I didnt.
Katherine Timper Jul 3 2020 6:08 PM
My wish for Fred is that he is nestled in Love and Light, and that we, as the family, can find peace and healing in our own lives.
Ken Timper Dec 13 2019 10:26 PM
Thank you, Butch. My dad adored hanging out with you, he looked forward to those fishing trips so much. Truly was a blessing he met people like you.
Katherine Timper Oct 26 2019 1:27 AM
Fred helped me so much when we started Tarheel Towing. His advice, loans from the bank and just being a friend helped us through the years. Prayers for the family.
Ronnie Harris Oct 25 2019 7:47 PM
I met Fred when I joined Rotary. We sat together at "the Boy Scout table" for years. We worked together on Rotary projects, I banked with Fred, and fished with Fred. I have a picture of Fred & "other Rotarians" after an obx charter with Capt. Duke, all of us trying to dance the "Can Can"! So many good times & wonderful memories! My sincere condolences to the family!
Butch Trent Oct 25 2019 8:37 AM
Thank you, Jimmy. We are so hurt. It made me and my twin smile tonight because we just cant sleep.
Katherine Timper Oct 24 2019 11:42 PM
Prayers for the family. Fred was my first roommate at Campbell University in the fall of 1973. Even though I used crutches and braces to get around, he treated me just like everybody else. Yet he was always willing to help if I needed any. My friend from New York, what are the probabilities that my roommate from Campbell would wind up living and working in my hometown? Wished I had checked up on him more often over the years.....
Jimmy Foster Oct 24 2019 8:41 PM