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Timothy Mark Russell
Forever In Our Hearts
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Born:June 13, 1968
St. Louis, Missouri
Died:May 26, 2006
Springfield, Ohio

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Tim came to California for the first time at the age of 16. He and his twin brother Terry turned 17 while visiting there older brother Rick and his family in Fresno. A long with his mother Naomi, they got to see Yosemite for the first time. They all fell in love with the majestic mountain's waterfall's and the biggest tree's they had ever seen. Tim at that time wanted to live in Ca. and work as a forest ranger. He also got to see the pacific ocean for the first time and go deep sea fishing with his brother Rick. He later followed in his brother's foot steps and went into the Marine Corps. We were all so happy that we got to see Tim graduate from the United States Marine Corps at Camp Pendelton in San Diego Ca. Tim spent most of his time while serving his tour in the corps with his family who had moved from Fresno to Visalia. There he brought a lot of his Marine Corps buddies to his Brother's horse ranch where he most loved to be. He learned how to ride a horse as well as do the 12 step 22 step and the swing. He loved the BBQ's, and dances that were were held at the ranch. He made many friend's here in Ca. He loved going camping on the dunes of Pismo beach and riding the quad's a long the beach and watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. We love you little brother and thank God for the time we had with you. We will treasure the memories we have of you. You were feeling pretty special when you got to dance at Richies barn with some of the rich and famous. And later when the movie The Son-in-law was filmed at Riches barn you were able to say hey I was there. You are so loved and missed by all of your family. We will see you again little brother. All of our love, Rick, Penny, Scott, Kristin, and Josh.

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