RCFD mourns the loss of Member Tim Wesley
By Lieutenant Shane Metcalfe
February 26, 2018

The Ridge Culver Fire Department mourns the loss of our brother Tim Wesley. Tim has impacted many lives throughout our Fire Department and many more throughout the world (understatement). Please keep his family in your prayers. Tim served RCFD as a member from 09/28/1994 until his passing. Obituary included below:

Raise a glass to Tim Wesley

Tim hugged and kissed his wife and daughters for the last time early Saturday morning, February 24, 2018. Tim was an incredibly funny, high energy, loving, positive, giving man. He opened his eyes, ears and arms to anyone and everyone he could. He loved being with his wife and daughters, watching his girls play sports, making people laugh, hunting and riding his Harley. Thanks for being the most amazing Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, Nephew and Friend EVER!!! We miss you so much and will miss you forever. You are my always and forever Timothy Michael. There is not enough space here to tell you what an amazing man he is. His legacy will live on through his daughters, the company he owns and the not-for-profit organization, BE uninTIMidated, that he started to help others fighting Appendix Cancer. Pre-deceased by his Father and Mother, Clement and Susan Wesley. Tim is survived by his loving wife of 16 years, Denise, his daughters, Skyler MacKennah (15) and Mackenzie Logan (13), his Sister, Lynn, Brother, Thomas, Mother & Father-in-law, Linda and Mark, Sister-in-laws, Dionne and Stacey, Brother-in-laws, Mark and Robert, 4 Nieces and 3 Nephews and countless Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and many, many dear friends.
Tim was a member of the Irondequoit Bay Fish & Game Club, the Ridge-Culver Volunteer Fire Association and the Whiskey Riders Riding Club. He is a proud graduate of Aquinas High School class of 1989 and received his Bachelor’s Degree from St. John Fisher College in 1993. He is the very proud owner of Economy Products & Solutions, Inc. and the founder of BE uninTIMidated, Inc.
His family will receive friends WEDNESDAY 12-3pm and 4-7pm at Dreier-Giltner Funeral Home (1717 Portland Avenue). You are invited to meet the family THURSDAY 11am at St. Kateri at Christ The King Church (445 Kings Highway S) for his Funeral Mass. A reception and celebration of my wonderful Husband will immediately follow Mass at Shadow Lake Golf Club. In lieu of flowers, we ask that donations be made to BE uninTIMidated (www.beunintimidated.org).

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