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Timothy (Tim) John Dalrymple, 69, was called home to be with Jesus, his Lord and Savior, on February 27, 2022.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at Hwy 54 Church of Christ, 4217 Greenbrier Dr., Jefferson City, Missouri on Friday, March 11, 2022 at 12:30 pm.
Tim was born August 16, 1952 in Ft. Morgan, Colorado to Percy and Ethel (Thompson) Dalrymple. Tim married Paula Warrene Young in 1968.
In 1987, he married Marilyn (Susie) Wilson. She held him as he took his last breath and left this earthly body to be at home with the Lord.
Tim is survived by his wife, Marilyn (Susie) Dalrymple: two sons, Aaron (Bridget) Dalrymple, and Justin (Lacie) Dalrymple; and grandchildren Elizabeth Gares and Warren Dalrymple. Justin’s marriage to Lacie brought two more girls to the family, McKenna and Lexie. Tim is also survived by sisters Marilyn Gies and Helen (Gary) Wood and bothers Paul (Donna) Dalrymple and David (Judy) Dalrymple.
Tim was preceded in death by his parents, Percy and Ethel (Thompson) Dalrymple; brothers James (Jim) Dalrymple and Jerry Dalrymple and sisters Lucille Dalrymple Johnson and Gloria Dalrymple Hard.
Tim grew up in Ft. Morgan, Colorado. He lived in Colorado and Wyoming until the last three years, when he moved to Jefferson City, Missouri.
He was a member of the Church of Christ/Christian church throughout his life. He served as a Deacon for a number of years. He was also part of the praise/worship team for years and loved singing special numbers at the church either with a group or as a soloist. In the later years of his disease, he could no longer sing. It was something he greatly missed, but in Heaven he will be able to sing to his heart’s content!
He also loved the mountains, especially around the Red Feather Lakes area of Colorado. Many miles he hiked in the mountains, many roads he drove in the mountains, and many nights he camped there. He enjoyed seeing eagles and reading about cars.
His work included working in produce at a grocery store, brick laying, delivery driving, working for Wyoming State Treasurer’s office and his last position was as a Medical Records Technician at the hospital in Cheyenne. He worked there until health conditions lead to his retirement.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Central Missouri Hospice, 1001 Southwest Blvd, Ste A, Jefferson City, MO 65109-2501