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Brian Timlege, 57

by | Jan 6, 2022 | Obituaries

Brian Timlege

Brian Timlege

Brian Terry Timlege, 57, formerly of Webster and Hopkinton, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Jan. 2.

Born in Framingham on July 3, 1964, he was the beloved son of Irene (Terry) Timlege of Hopkinton and the late Edward C. Timlege, who passed away in January 2020. During his youth, he attended Hopkinton Public Schools and was active in local sports including baseball and football. He cherished the close friendships he formed at a young age. Many of his hometown friends remain like brothers to him.

Brian’s outgoing personality and sense of humor was unmatched. To know Brian was to love Brian. He was a true friend to anyone who crossed his path, and the life of any party. He always had an entertaining story, a well-timed joke, and a kind word for all. Brian embodied a lifelong passion for golfing, skiing, boating and fishing, and also will be remembered as a diehard Patriots fan.

His legacy is one of love, loyalty and laughter. All who knew him will treasure his life and memory. We take comfort knowing he is joyfully teeing off at the 19th hole of Pearly Gates Country Club.

In addition to his mother, Irene, he will be missed by his two children, the lights of his life, Connor and Caitlyn Timlege of Webster, three loving sisters, Kathleen Arena and partner James Basnett of Littleton, Beth Timlege of Monterey and Kimberly Timlege of Brattleboro, Vermont, his stepmother, Charlotte Timlege of Acton, his nephew, John Arena III and wife Haili of Concord, his niece and goddaughter, Emily Arena of Littleton, several cousins, as well as countless dear friends including his “Tiki family.”

Family and friends will gather to celebrate Brian’s life during visiting hours on Monday, Jan. 31, from 5-8 p.m. at Dee Funeral Home, 27 Bedford Street, Concord. All attendees are asked to wear masks. Burial will be private in the family plot at St. John’s Cemetery in Hopkinton.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to honor Brian’s memory may be made to the Connor and Caitlyn Timlege Support Trust, c/o Middlesex Savings Bank, 64 Main Street, Concord, MA 01742.

Arrangements are under the care of Dee Funeral Home & Cremation Service of Concord.

2 Comments

  1. June and John Kennedy

    Brian A.K.A. “ President “ of the Tiki… will be sadly missed. It won’t be the same … his laugh, and yes his stories.. he had many… God Rest His Soul…

  2. Marion lemay

    Brian, always remember you smiling, joking and happy. We will all miss you. Hope there’s a Tiki in heaven we’re we can all meet again. RIP Marion and Ed