In Memory

Tim Mellor

TIMOTHY DENNIS MELLOR Passed away peacefully in his sleep after a long and courageous battle with multiple illnesses. Timothy entered into eternal rest on Feb. 8th, 2008 in Spokane Washington , at the age of 60. Tim was born in Mayfield (now Palo Alto ) California to Madeline (Chanteloupe) and Timothy I. Mellor. He attended Cubberly High School and Foothill Jr. College. Tim was a proud Redwood City Police officer for 16 years before he opened, The Office, a bar in downtown Redwood City. Tim also worked at the Home Depot in San Carlos before moving to Wallace, Idaho in 1999 with his long time girlfriend, Leona. There they owned and operated Fonk's General Store and Granny L's Boutique. Tim enjoyed reading, camping, and conversation with good friends. While in California he had belonged to organizations such as the Optimist Club, The Footprinters Association, and the Clampers where he made many life long acquaintances. Tim is survived by his son, Dr. Ryan (Allisa) Mellor of Santa Barbara, CA, daughter, Megan (Joe) Carver of Redwood City, who made him beyond excited as he was expecting to be a first time grandfather this May and his loving girlfriend, Leona DiVecchia, of Wallace, Idaho. Tim will also be greatly missed by his cousins Nan, Pattie, Rick and extended family in California. Friends may visit Thursday, Feb. 14th from 5:00 to 9:00 pm and are invited to attend a Vigil Service at 7:00 pm at Crippen & Flynn Woodside Chapel, 400 Woodside Rd. Redwood City. A Funeral Mass will be held Friday Feb. 15th at 1:00 pm at St. Pius Catholic Church, 1100 Woodside Rd. Redwood City with interment following at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Los Altos. In lieu of flowers, donations to the charity of your choice are preferred. Crippen & Flynn Woodside Chapel 650-369-4103
Published in Inside Bay Area on Feb. 12, 2008

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03/15/14 11:21 PM #1    

Robert Ellsberg

Tim and I played football and wrestled together. Neither one of us were especially gifted, but we scrapped pretty hard. He always had a good attittude, and was giving his best effort.

A good, humble guy, I'm glad he had a meaningful and productive life. But am sorry it ended so soon.

 


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