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Timothy Dowling
In Memory of
Timothy Michael Dowling
1968 - 2018
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Condolence From: Tracey Tiewski & Tiewski family
Condolence: Our sympathies & condolences to Tim's family & all who loved him. We grew up down the street from The Dowlings. Our neighborhood was full of great kids & all of us eventually did play together in large groups made up of all ages. Tim was my younger sisters pal & he was a kind, endearing boy that was always nice to everybody. Of course it added to his charm that Tim was also a good looking blonde blue eyed boy too. Tim had life down right as he befriended many & enjoyed growing up with so many in our little streets of Woodbridge , n.j. Sadly as kids we all knew the loss of two boys we grew up with & they remain in our childhood memories. Now to know Tim has battled illness & passed too young brings more sad news. We knew through talks from pals that Tim made much success of his life & found the best riches of life in his friends, relatives & his dear family he created. Tim is always remembered in our hearts..from the Decker Place neighborhood. Bless Tim & may God bless his family.
Monday January 22, 2018
Condolence From: Leslie Marcarelli-Naizby
Condolence: So sad to hear the news. We lost
a good one. Tim made me laugh till I cried in law school.
He was smart, companionate, honest, open and yet somehow extremly slilly. He was a rare commodity. In our short time together he was a brother. I will always regret that busy lives got in the way and we didn’t make time to get together, we didn’t know and we didn’t get to say goodbye.
My deepest condolences to Michelle and family, I know he loved you all so much.
Leslie Marcarelli-Naizby
Friday January 19, 2018
Condolence From: Sean McGovern
Condolence: My sincere condolences to the Dowling family. Tim and I played rugby together and were room mates in law school, along with Nick and Todd. I cherish those days and remember Tim always with a smile. He was a tremendous athlete and was just so fun to be around. You never hear "law school" was fun, but he made it so for all of us in his circle. He will be dearly missed. Rest in peace my friend.
Thursday January 18, 2018
Condolence From: Ray Schurmann
Condolence: I'm heartbroken to hear of Tim's passing. Although our contact through the last 25 years was on Facebook and when I would talk with his dad, I couldn't begin to say how close he was in my heart.

I grew up across the street from the Dowling family, and without calling and often without knocking, Tim and I would just walk outside our houses and spend the day together. When I got my first hockey net, I'd barely put it on the street before Tim was over, and I remembered we played all day. He was a natural athlete in a way, with both an ability and desire to play anything. It wasn't just that we'd do anything for the sake of a sport, though. It was wanting to just hang out because we loved it. When he was in his teens, he once told me that a lot of the things he knew about sports came from me and my brother Mike. I always remembered that, because it was just typical of say something so honest, loving, and thoughtful, but to not say it in a way where we'd have to talk about it.

A few things have been mentioned about the neighborhood we grew up in being great, and I couldn't agree more. Tim and Pat were such a great part of that block, and we laughed almost every day. Even the sad times, like when 2 of our friends passed away much too young, it was some comfort that we were there together. After one of the tragedies, we knew we needed to see each other a bit more, and we went to see John Scutti's band play. Being together again we all felt a little better.

John mentioned Tim was like a little brother, and it's funny because I've always described Tim the exact same way. I'm sure that's not a coincidence, though, as Tim could smile, laugh, and talk to you in a way that let you know that being there with you was the best place to be right then. We were so lucky to have him in our lives. All of us.

One memory that still makes me smile is that my dad (then close to 40) used to race us all the way around the block. Tim and I would sprint most of the way, but my dad would pace himself and beat us on the last turn when we tired. When Tim came home from college 10 years later (both of us in our 20s now), he picked me up when I was walking. While in the car, he smiled and said "tell your dad I'm ready for a rematch". We laughed hard, and I'm so grateful to have that memory now.

When I saw Mr. and Mrs. Dowling a few times over the years, they were so proud of the man Tim had become. I felt it too, partly from them, and partly because all the years and miles later, he was still a part of me. I remember talking with a hockey teammate Erik, when we discovered I knew Tim, who had been his college roommate. Some people say things like "oh, he's a nice guy" about anyone, but Erik was enthusiastic about what a GREAT guy Tim was. It wasn't so much a passing comment as that we were in the same club......a club that knew and loved Tim, and were lucky to be in it. He was really that special.

My sincere condolences to Tim's family. I hope the memories of your lives with him (and knowing a little more of his growing up) can somehow make you feel a little better when you need it the most.
Thursday January 18, 2018
Condolence From: Angi Toth
Condolence: I didn't know Timothy as well as I know his sister Maggie. Maggie and I have been friends for 20 years and I could not ask for a better friend then her. My heart goes out to the family. My deepest sympathies.
Thursday January 18, 2018
Condolence From: Hannah Valadez
Condolence: My thoughts and prayers are with Michelle, Keenan, Cormack, and the rest of the Dowling family. I am just heartbroken for the loss of your husband, dad, brother and son. Take comfort in your wonderful memories and that his suffering is over. Tim was such a good soul. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
Wednesday January 17, 2018
Condolence From: The Wertz family
Condolence: From our family to yours, we are sending our love from half way around the world. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Todd, Jackie, Austin and Colin
Tuesday January 16, 2018
Condolence From: Todd W
Condolence: As I reflect on the twenty years of knowing Tim, I am struck by the following: Rarely does the world get to experience brains, compassion, caring, humor, sick humor, success, and humbleness all packaged into one human being. Lucky are we who have crossed paths with this gift named Tim. He is a wonderful example of a loving father and husband. He lives on in my heart and mind and memories. Gone may be the body, but the memories are all the same. I’ll miss your laugh, your smile, your genuineness, your professionalism, and most of all your love of family. Until we meet again, God Bless You and Rest in Peace my friend Tim.
Tuesday January 16, 2018
Condolence From: Bill DeMild
Condolence: I just found out about Timmy's' passing. I grew up with Tim, his brother Pat and sister Maggie in Woodbridge. Great memories, lots of fun
Deepest sympathies and condolences to Tim's family and friends, and condolences to Pat, Maggie and also to Bill and Kathy Dowling.
R.I.P. Timmy
Tuesday January 16, 2018
Condolence From: D.R.
Condolence: To the families and loved ones of Mr. Dowling, who we know will be dearly missed. Almighty God promised at Revelation 21:4 that he will wipe away all our tears. And death, pain, and sorrow will be no more. So, you can take great comfort in drawing close to God in prayer. And he will sustain and help support your families to endure. During these difficult times and in the months to follow. My deepest condolences to all your loved ones.
Monday January 15, 2018