LINCOLNTON, North Carolina (Formerly Warren, Ohio) – Tim Kuebler, age 68, passed away Friday, October 13, 2017 at his home where he was cared for with love by his wife and daughter during his three week battle with cancer.
He was born in Toledo on October 20, 1948 the son of the late Joseph and Anna Frances Kuebler.
His family moved to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in the early 50’s where he graduated in 1967 from Northeast High School and went on to be a journeyman carpenter. Tim lived and worked in Florida as the project supervisor for the City of Plantation until his marriage when he moved to Warren in 1990. He was a carpenter by trade and was a member of local #171 out of Youngstown.
He moved his family to Lincolnton, North Carolina in 2005 where Tim began employment with Kuebler Builders as a superintendent of commercial projects throughout the south retiring in 2010.
An avid sports fan, Tim faithfully followed the Indians and Red Sox baseball, Boston Bruins and Columbus Blue Jackets hockey teams. He enjoyed football and NASCAR, as well.
As a longtime member of St. Mary’s Church in Warren he served as a Eucharistic minister and altar server.
He was a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and proud descendent of Private John Henry Roberts, who served in Company C, 22nd Virginia Infantry (1st Kanawha Regiment).
Memories of Tim will be carried on by his wife of 28 years, Pamela Mancini Kuebler, whom he married on December 15, 1989; his daughter, Maureen Kuebler of North Carolina; son, Edward Greer of Texas and a brother, Michael Kuebler of Georgia, along with his four grandchildren, Tyler and Lauren Crawford and Charlotte and Cody Greer. Missing him also is his faithful Labrador retriever, Michael Augustus.
Tim as cremated and no services are scheduled per his request.
Material contributions may be made to your local Hospice in Tim’s name.
Local arrangements are entrusted to McFarland & Son Funeral and Cremation Services Co, 271 North Park Avenue, Warren, OH 44481, 330-393-9621. Please visit www.McFarlandCares.com to send condolences.