Tim Hardin

19441019 –

 20170518

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Tim was born on October 19, 1944 in Stamford, Texas. He passed away May 18, 2017 in Lubbock, Texas at 72 years of age.
He and his family moved from Stamford to Snyder in 1956 where he graduated from Snyder High School in 1963. He played football and ran track in high school. He attended college in Canyon at Southwestern College and Texas Tech in Lubbock. Tim loved Texas Tech and attended many sporting events at Tech. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed his time on the links.
Tim owned and operated Hardin Building Supply and later owned and operated Sunset Point Construction, Inc. in Lubbock. He was co-owner with his wife, Cheryl of a Lubbock sports shop, Court Time Casual.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Wilburn and Ruth (Herd) Hardin, three brothers, Bob, Jack and John Hardin and one sister, Nancy Hardin Blair; and father- and mother-in-law, Frank and Muriel Stark.
He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Cheryl Stark Hardin of Lubbock; his two sisters, Cindy Hardin Garcia of Snyder and Maxine Hardin Palmer of Rough and Ready, California; his sister-in-law, Mary Taylor Hardin of Snyder and his sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Rita and Mike Estes of Amarillo. Tim is also survived by his nephews Clay Estes (Kira) of Amarillo; Christopher Hardin (Christy) of Iraan; and Brad Blair (Angela) of Snyder; his nieces, Tonya Garcia Zamora (Albert) of Snyder; Shahala Blair Snowden (Brian) of Wylie; and Stephanie Blair Moriarty of San Angelo; his great-nieces and nephews, Cannon Estes, Lauren Zamora, Sidnee Snowden, Cooper Estes, Jaden Zamora, Garrett, Chandler, and Braden Blair and Ian and Connor Moriarty.
He will be missed by all who knew and loved him, especially by his wife, Cheryl and his dogs, Mork and Mindy, and several cats.
The family is planning a memorial service at a later date.

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4 thoughts on “Tim Hardin”

  1. Dear Cheryl, cousins Maxine, and Cindy,
    Our hearts go out to you in the unexpected loss of our cousin Tim. We know you will miss him deeply.

    There isn’t much we can say or do to really console you in such a loss. But, we can pray sincerely that the precious Holy Spirit of God will do what we can’t. He is truly the one who can console, comfort and give the personal help each of you need at this time of sorrow.

    Please know we love you all very much.
    May God be with in such a special way during the coming days.

    Love,
    Deltra and Bill
    Payson, Utah

  2. Elizabeth Collins

    May you all find some peace in the situation. My deepest condolences and thoughts are sent your way. Much love.

  3. Tom & Rita Davis

    Cheryl, many years have passed since the four of us were good friends in Lubbock. We have missed you both. We are deeply saddened by Tim’s passing and know this is a very difficult time for you. Tim was a good man and a friend to us both. In that spirit, we wish you the very best and our thoughts will always be with you.
    Our love,
    Tom & Rita

  4. Peggy Trice Vernon

    Prayers for strength and comfort during this difficult time.
    So many fond memories of Tim and all the Hardin family! Love to all of you!!
    Sincere sympathy to all Tim’s family, especially his lovely wife Cheryl who he
    adored.

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