In Memory

Timothy Freese

Timothy Freese


Timothy “Tim” Freese of Stuart, Florida, he was born September 23, 1947. He passed away at the age of 76 on January 4, 2024, after suffering a stroke. Tim is survived by his brother Carl (Terry), his nephews Curt and Craig, and his cousins Larry Freese, Linda Shapouri, and Sharon Engelman. Tim was preceded in death by his parents Bill and Trudy Freese and his wife Ann. Tim graduated from Woodward High and the University of Cincinnati. He then taught for many years at New Richmond High School before moving to Florida in 1986.

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01/09/24 03:54 PM #1    

Dale Meyers

I knew Tim from the 3rd grade on. We played baseball together for years, both against each other and on the same teams. One of us Bond Hill boys. A lot of good memories all the way through college. We lost one of the good ones when Tim passed. R.I.P. old buddy.

01/09/24 06:39 PM #2    

Robin Sevester (Avery)

It always makes me sad to learn that another Woodward class of 65 has passed. 
I sure Hope Life treated Tim well. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.






01/09/24 08:34 PM #3    

Emily Lang (Ness)

I was so very sad to learn of Tim's passing.  We were friends with Tim and Carl growing up. The Freese family lived in our neighborhood.. We last saw Tim at our 50th reunion.  We had a great visit and did lots of catching up. Stayed connected on Facebook. I will miss Tim. Sending my prayers and thoughts to Tim's loved ones.

01/10/24 11:00 AM #4    

James Myers

Tim and I experienced terrific times back then. Of course the Vietnam War was going on hot and heavy, especially with the draft and draft lotto going full blast--we had a lot to worry about.  Tim and I went on to College and survived nicely.  My draft lotto number came out as #32 with  the Hamilton County Draft Board up to number 124, I knew I'd be visiting 'Nam after College. So I enlisted in Army ROTC to go First-Class with an  all-expense paid tour of 'Nam. As Fate demanded, Tim and I went our separate ways.  Tim, Life taught me to never say "Good Bye", but instead "See you Next Time!"  :-)

God Bless you Tim.  Our religions tell us we shall all meet again and shake hands warmly. Looking forward to shaking hands, smiling, and trading trade life's stories with big smiles.  

God bless y'all and carry on!

Jim Myers

Colonel, US Army (Retired)


01/10/24 11:13 AM #5    

Robert Bob Wilkinson

Tim was a classmate friend and teammate. I played baseball with Tim at school. Tim was a great pitcher for Woodward. It hurts to hear about his passing.

01/10/24 11:37 AM #6    

Barbara Lang (Matacia)

I was so sorry and shocked to hear of Tim's passing. We reconnected at our 50th reunion and became Facebook friends from then on. We grew up with Tim and his family, and I remember (one little thing) waiting at the bus stop to go to school with Tim and his brother Carl. He was a great guy, and will sorely be missed. My deepest sympathy goes out to Tim's family and friends. 

01/10/24 08:06 PM #7    

Jerry Francis

I was very sorry to hear of Tim's passing.  We grew up together at Bond Hill and Woodward.  I just drove down his street, Lawn Ave, in early December thinking about how Tim was doing.  We had a blast all through Woodward and U.C.  One neat guy!  

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