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Timothy Coburn

February 24, 1966 — February 7, 2021

Timothy Coburn

Timothy (Tim) Coburn, 54 departed this earth on 2-7-21 in Inverness, Florida. 

Tim was born in Deland, Florida on 2-24-66.  Tim spent most of his life in Brooksville and considered that his home town.

Tim was proceed in death by his father, Eugene Coburn. His mother, Nancy Louise Coburn. His brother, Sam Coburn and his wife Debbie.

Tim is survived by his wife, Melissa and three children, Elizabeth, 11, Emma, 5, Ethan (Bubby), 3 and stepson Timmy Phillips. His sister, Susie Johns (David), brother, Les Coburn , (Gina), his sister, Beverley Coburn Wetherell, (Gary Hawkins). His father and mother-in-law, Michael and Suzan Jennings. He leaves behind several nieces and nephews, cousins, sister and brother-in-laws and friends.

As a Mason for many years Tim loved making buildings grow and always considered Wavecreat Masonry (Complete Masonry) his home family.

Tim was full of love, laughs and compassion. He was always willing  to help anyone and was dear to whoever was his friend. Tim had nicknames for everybody (Some not so nice lol). Tim was a wonderful, hilarious person. Tim always  held the title of Uncle Tim to many. Tim taught alot of young men the trade of masonry and was always very proud to be a mason.  Tim was a very down to earth person, you either liked him or you didn't.

Tim loved drinking, spending time with his children, he loved to let them paint his toenails and make up his face. Tim loved golf and fishing. 

Tim will be missed by many.

There will be  celebration of life on 2-20-21 at Lonnie Coburn Memorial  Park at 2 pm. The park is just before Hernando County Fair Grounds on Us 41. The meat will be supplied but we ask that everyone bring a covered dish. 

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