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bluebird

Glasgow, KY

#1 Aug 22, 2010
Does anyone know if he went to grade school at Summer Shade. I know I went to school with a Tim England. I used to see him at the YMCA, I was going to ask him if he went to SS I just never go around to it.
Beekeeper

Edmonton, KY

#2 Aug 22, 2010
No. Austin Tracy.

“They call me the Fireman”

Since: Jul 10

Glasgow/Rocky Hill

#3 Aug 22, 2010
Mr. Tim England was a very good man. very smart, funny, and a good worker. It is unfortunate to lose such a good man, but everyone has their time.

R.I.P Tim England
Austin Tracy resident

Glasgow, KY

#4 Aug 22, 2010
The Republican wrote:
Mr. Tim England was a very good man. very smart, funny, and a good worker. It is unfortunate to lose such a good man, but everyone has their time.
R.I.P Tim England
I have never heard anyone ever say a bad word about him. He will be missed.

To the prior poster, Tim and his family have always lived in the Austin Tracy school district.
Tara

United States

#5 Aug 22, 2010
Tim England was as close to perfection as anyone could come. He treated a homeless man the same you would treat a country club citizen. It's such a shame what happened, but God needed him because of his greatness.
Austin Tracy resident

Glasgow, KY

#6 Aug 22, 2010
Tara wrote:
Tim England was as close to perfection as anyone could come. He treated a homeless man the same you would treat a country club citizen. It's such a shame what happened, but God needed him because of his greatness.
Amen, Tara
friend

Glasgow, KY

#7 Aug 22, 2010
Austin Tracy resident wrote:
<quoted text>Amen, Tara
If this world was full of people like Tim England, what a glorious place it would be! He will truly be missed by many.
DJ PHIL

Glasgow, KY

#8 Aug 22, 2010
I agree with Tara, Tim was an awesome guy. R.I.P. Tim
Summer Shade Resident

Glasgow, KY

#9 Aug 22, 2010
Bluebird, the Tim England that you are talking about is a son of the late Wayne & Louise England. His brother Greg works at Auto Zone. You might be able to find out about him from Greg. I don't know where he is now.
Really

Glasgow, KY

#10 Aug 22, 2010
The Tim England you are talking about lives in Texas now. He went to Summer Shade Elementary and Metcalfe County High school, graduated in '74.
Tim England

Corpus Christi, TX

#11 Aug 22, 2010
bluebird wrote:
Does anyone know if he went to grade school at Summer Shade. I know I went to school with a Tim England. I used to see him at the YMCA, I was going to ask him if he went to SS I just never go around to it.
Timothy Clyde England, the Glasgow pharmacist and member of the Barren County Board of Education, was from Austin, KY, as best I can tell. I had the pleasure of meeting him in Bowling Green once. Super nice fellow.

The Tim England referred to in this note is me. I did indeed go to Summer Shade and Metcalfe County schools. I'm now a professor of mass communication and have been in Central Texas the past 17 years at Texas State University.
Aunt Bea

Glasgow, KY

#12 Aug 22, 2010
Tim England wrote:
<quoted text>
Timothy Clyde England, the Glasgow pharmacist and member of the Barren County Board of Education, was from Austin, KY, as best I can tell. I had the pleasure of meeting him in Bowling Green once. Super nice fellow.
The Tim England referred to in this note is me. I did indeed go to Summer Shade and Metcalfe County schools. I'm now a professor of mass communication and have been in Central Texas the past 17 years at Texas State University.
To the Texas Tim England: It is the best compliment to be confused with this other Tim England. They didn't come any better than him.
Nice man

Glasgow, KY

#13 Aug 22, 2010
I think he was so nice. He always had a smile and was polite to everyone.
Sam

United States

#14 Aug 22, 2010
I just can't believe he passed. He seemed so full of life and I remember seeing his picture in the rite aid ad in the GDT quite often.

It often makes me angry and sad at the same time that Glasgow loses one of it's best if not the best and these pieces of trash that exist in these forums still have the privilege of breathing oxygen.
Aunt Bea

Glasgow, KY

#15 Aug 23, 2010
Sam wrote:
I just can't believe he passed. He seemed so full of life and I remember seeing his picture in the rite aid ad in the GDT quite often.
It often makes me angry and sad at the same time that Glasgow loses one of it's best if not the best and these pieces of trash that exist in these forums still have the privilege of breathing oxygen.
I agree. That is hard to reconcile.
RIP Tim

Glasgow, KY

#16 Aug 23, 2010
I had no idea about this.....so sad. I did not know him personally but as others said he treated everyone who came in to Rite Aid equally and was so polite. Always had a smile on his face. He will be greatly missed. Please lift his family up in prayers. I have looked at his obituary online but nowhere does it say what the cause of death was. In anybody aware of what happened? Can't believe he is gone. R.I.P Tim
countygirl

Canton, OH

#17 Aug 24, 2010
He died of a heart attack.
Austin Tracy resident

Glasgow, KY

#18 Aug 24, 2010
RIP Tim wrote:
I had no idea about this.....so sad. I did not know him personally but as others said he treated everyone who came in to Rite Aid equally and was so polite. Always had a smile on his face. He will be greatly missed. Please lift his family up in prayers. I have looked at his obituary online but nowhere does it say what the cause of death was. In anybody aware of what happened? Can't believe he is gone. R.I.P Tim
There was a big front page article in the GDT if you want to look that up as well. He was either walking or jogging at the state park when he collapsed.
Courtney

Edmonton, KY

#19 Aug 25, 2010
It is so comforting to see the great things everyone has to say about my father. He was a great man and it is good to know that he is remembered so well by his community. As for the circumstances of his death, he was walking at the state park when he collapsed. An 82 year old man found him and didn't know cpr. He called 911, then proceeded to call his son in Florida, who's a doctor, and his son told him how to do cpr. He performed CPR until EMS arrived. However, Dad was already gone. We all take comfort in knowing Dad didn't suffer. And I know there's an angel watching over that old man for the great deed he did. Just keep us in your prayers.
Aunt Bea

Glasgow, KY

#20 Aug 26, 2010
Courtney wrote:
It is so comforting to see the great things everyone has to say about my father. He was a great man and it is good to know that he is remembered so well by his community. As for the circumstances of his death, he was walking at the state park when he collapsed. An 82 year old man found him and didn't know cpr. He called 911, then proceeded to call his son in Florida, who's a doctor, and his son told him how to do cpr. He performed CPR until EMS arrived. However, Dad was already gone. We all take comfort in knowing Dad didn't suffer. And I know there's an angel watching over that old man for the great deed he did. Just keep us in your prayers.
Thank you Courtney for responding. And thanks to everyone who posted for keeping this thread clean and respectful. I would like to see more of that on here.

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