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“With a heavy heart. We say goodbye to a wonderful man. You are and will continue to be a happy memory to me. You will truly be missed. The world is...Read More »
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“May God Ever Bless And Keep You During This TIME And The Days Ahead ”
2 of 7 | Posted by: Shelia Miller-Brown - Houston, TX

“I am so sorry for Timmons's family. Freddie was not only my Manager at Norwood Home Depot , he was a brother, father and much more .. He was always...Read More »
3 of 7 | Posted by: Raymond Metellus - Norwood, MA

“He will be truly missed, he was a great coworker and friend. You could never have a bad day if Fred was working. ”
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“Fred's intoxicating personality, love for his fellow man, work ethic, and the beautiful Mark he left on this world will never be forgotten. ”
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“A true blessing!!! Working with Freddie was never a dull moment. He always made every encounter with each person a true experience. His energy was...Read More »
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“Very sorry to read of Fred's passing. We were close friends back in the 70's, when we lived in Easton and Fred was still working at Endicott Johnson....Read More »
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TAUNTON---Frederick Douglass "Freddie" Timmons III, 68, of Taunton, Massachusetts, passed away on December 14, 2021 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Frederick Timmons was born in Houston, Texas to Frederick Douglass Timmons, Jr. and Delle Watson Timmons on November 20, 1953. He went to Colonel White High School in Dayton, Ohio and graduated in 1970. He went on to attend Rochester Institute of Technology. Fred worked as a manager for Home Depot for 32 years where he received several awards for his service to the company. Before he retired, he served as Operations Manager. A kind and generous man and kid at heart with a dimple and a twinkle in his eye, he never met a stranger. He enjoyed cooking, collecting comics, drawing, and he loved chess and other strategy games. A math whiz and one of a kind. Fred was a great singer and musician with perfect pitch who played guitar, bass, piano, and keyboards. A true Renaissance man, there wasn't much he couldn't do, except for stick to a grocery list.

Frederick Timmons is survived by his wife Vickie Timmons, his sister Lili Timmons, his nieces Karis Watie, Kassidee Williams, and Sadio Gutsche; nephew Rodney Williams; sisters-in-law Jean Williams and Jennifer Gutsche; and brother-in-law Willie Williams. He is preceded in death by his parents.

Visitation will be held at Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services on December 30th from 4-7 pm.