Tim Frady Obituary, Death – Despite the fact that our hearts are bearing a great deal of weight, we are going ahead and writing this. A beloved member of the Class of 1983 has passed away, and his or her presence will be sorely missed around the world. At this time, it has been determined that Tim Frady is no longer alive. Because of the injuries he sustained in a vehicle accident shortly after graduating from high school, Tim will have to make use of a wheelchair for the rest of his life.
This will be the case no matter what. Despite this, he did not allow it to deter him from continuing on. It didn’t look like he’d lost any of his enthusiasm for life at all! He was such a remarkable representation of the human race as a whole! A lot of people are going to miss him very much after he’s gone. Because Tim is such a devoted Christian, we are always aware of where he is at any given time. This is as a result of the fact that Tim is endowed with an extremely robust faith.
Since he is no longer suffering from any pain, he is taking full advantage of being in the same room as his deceased brother Kenny, his nephew, and the rest of his family and friends who have already crossed over. He has progressed to the point where he can soar alongside the eagles at this point. Dear friend, may you soar to great heights till the day that we are reunited. Rest in peace until that time comes.
During this trying time, we want his family, friends, and coworkers to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
We are publishing the one and only photograph that I have of him, which is the one that is shown on this page. This photo will be published. This must have been a grade that he completed earlier in the current school year given that he was revealed to be in his senior year of high school earlier on in the evidence. If anyone has a recent picture of him that was taken within the last several years, they are welcome to upload it here for everyone else to see if they have it. Thanks!