W. W. “Pete” Timmons

19381028 –

 20180905

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W. “Pete” Timmons passed away Wednesday, September 5, 2018. We will gather for fellowship and remembrance from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, September 9, 2018. at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Family and friends will celebrate his life of 79 years on Monday, September 10, 2018, at 10 a.m. at Meadow Cemetery, Meadow, Texas. A tribute of “Pete’s” life may be found at www.memorialdesigners.net, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for his family. Wilburn Worth was born October 28, 1938 to Malcolm Alexander and Sulla Elizabeth Timmons in Meadow, Texas. He married Barbara Roberts on August 5, 1960 at the First Baptist Church in Olton, Texas. He was a talented calf roper in his early years and a true cowboy. Pete worked 26 years in the west Texas oilfields and lead several successful ventures in oil production. Pete then worked several years in golf course construction which took him and Barbara all over the world. After retirement Pete spent time with family and traveled, where he made cherished friends from all over the US. Survivors include his wife, Barbara Timmons; their children, Steven Timmons and wife, Leslie; and Brad Timmons and wife, Christin; grandchildren, Brittney Barcena and husband, Tyler; Bailie Lane and husband, Logan; Ian Timmons and wife, Kristi; Asa Timmons, Carson Timmons, Tyler Julian, and Hayden Abbott; 5 great-grandchildren; sister, Donna McAvoy. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, Malcom and Sulla Timmons; and brother Hershel Timmons.

Memorials

Joe Arrington Cancer Center, 3623 22nd Place, Lubbock, TX 79410. https://www.covenanthealth.org/covenant-health-foundation/donate-now/

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7 thoughts on “W. W. “Pete” Timmons”

  1. Jo Ann and Kenneth Manning

    Our love and sympathy goes out to Pete’s family—and his wife and my cousin Barbara—“The song has ended, but the melody lingers”…

  2. Jo Ann and Kenneth Manning

    Our love and sympathy goes out to Pete’s family and his sweet wife and my cousin, Barbara—

  3. Barbara, Steve, and Brad, I’m so sad about Pete’s passing and can only imagine your sense of loss. I have the fondest memories from childhood of hanging out with you guys. I remember Pete pestering me until I wanted to cry (when I was age 5 or so), but he also somehow managed to smooth my ruffled feathers before any tears actually fell (lol). I’m sure he’s one of the reasons I learned humor and resiliency in life’s journey. And I’m sure Pete left lasting memories with countless others all these years with his charm and craziness. I’m so, so sorry for your loss, and I’m praying for you all in the days ahead. Love always, Kelley

  4. Oh Pete was a wonderful man . I remember one time he came to visit us in Ft Worthj And mom made corn on the cob and he just loved it so well he ate several pic. And that just stuck with me I was about 12 YO. And now that I am grown
    I understand why because i love it just as well. PETE you may not be here anymore but you will always be remembered by me..

  5. PETE AND BARB WINTERED IN MISSION TX FOR MANY YEARS. THAT IS WHERE SO MANY OF US MET THEM HE WAS ALWAYS THE LIFE OF THE PARTY.
    WE WILL MISS HIM. REST IN PEACE PETE.
    ALL OF US AT TRADEWINDS RV PARK

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