Timothy Andrew Blake WILLIAMSTOWN — Timothy Andrew Blake, 57, passed away on Sept. 1, 2019. He is survived by the love of his life, his wife, Debra; and predeceased by his angel and stepdaughter, Kathy, who was lost all too early serving her country. Tim and Deb lived in a cozy home in Williamstown where he was always using his amazing carpentry skills to improve upon their house. Tim was also survived by his mother, Shirley; brother Alford; sisters Vicky and Theresa; nieces April, Tanya and Tina; and nephews Tariq, Tayyab and Trevor; as well as great-nieces and -nephews. Tim was also very close to Deb’s children David Martin, Raelene Flint and Michael Martin; as well as her grandchildren Osric and Zebadiah Flint; and extended family. Tim was born in Bangor, Maine, on Oct. 1, 1961. He was a member of the American Legion, VFW and Elks Lodge where he had many friends whom he listened to and shared stories. Tim also enjoyed fishing on his boat, as well as hunting. Tim went to school in Belchertown, Massachusetts, at Pathfinder Technical School and later, continued his education through the Vermont Technical College, receiving many job-related certificates to transform his incredible heating and cooling talents to a management position at Vermont Heating and Ventilation. Tim was a loving husband who adored his wife and mother. He spent his weekends with his two biggest passions: fishing with his wife, Debra. He also looked forward to his evenings of watching sunsets on the front lawn of their home. When not with his wife, Tim would share moments with his mother. He was known for his caring and quiet demeanor, and was happy to show a sibling how to change the oil in the tractor or offer advice and help to fix something around the house. A celebration of Tim’s life will be held by his friends at the Northfield American Legion, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, at 12 noon. There will be a graveyard service in Skowhegan, Maine, where he will rest with his family. Anyone wanting to pay respects to Tim should do so through donation to the American Legion online at: https://www.legion.org/. Kingston Funeral Home in Northfield assisted the family with arrangements.

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