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Timothy J Jensen
Tim Jensen passed away unexpectedly at his home on August 15th 2020. Born on December 15th, 1958 to Jerald and Betty Jensen in Brigham City Utah, he was the youngest of four children. He married Kristine Cottle and had two children together, Brittney and Brady. They later divorced but remained friends over the years.
Tim graduated from Bonneville High school in 1977. In his younger years he was an avid snow and water skier. He was very fond of his trucks and could buff and shine them for hours.
Tim spent many years working for Volvo, GM, and international Armoring where he was able to travel to many countries armoring vehicles of all kinds. The last few years of his life he has been maintaining a fruit orchard, where he took pride in what he was doing and the fruit that was harvested.
Tim was very quick witted and fun to be around. He always had a joke or a funny story to tell. He was a friend to everyone he met and would do anything to help someone out.
Tim chose to live his life on his own terms and in his own way and left this world due to heart disease and life style. He will be dearly missed by all that knew him.
Surviving are daughter Brittney (Cody) Jensen, son Brady (Nicole) Jensen, five grandchildren, brother Larry Jensen, and sister Sally (Scott) Critchlow. Preceded in death by Parents and brother Terry Jensen, aunts, uncles and grandparents.
The family will be holding a Celebration of Life for close friends and family at a later date. Cremation Service by Aaron's Mortuary.
My sincere condolences to Tim's family. I really liked him as he and I worked together at IAC for the time that he worked there. I loved his sense of humor and his honesty. We had the opportunity many times of talking about him and his family. You could not walk away and not like him. He was always kind to me and those he worked with. May Heavenly Father sustain you in your loss as his family at this time.
Francisco Ruiz Aug 24 2020 12:00 AM
I got to know Tim about 10 years ago or so when I moved to Pleasant View. We would talk sometimes on a daily basis. He would come often and help me on projects. We drank a lot of soda together :) my 6 year old son would yell at him when he saw him. He calls him "Timmy" I am sure Tim liked that name much better especially when it's coming from a kid. Tim spent a lot of time around our family. Our hearts are sad to hear of his passing. I had a good experience with Tim one day. He came over to our house for a BBQ. We got our plates of food and we were sitting out of the group. We were eating our food and chatting. When Tim was all done and it was getting later he took his mountain dew and gave me a "cheers" and told me that this ended up being a really good day. To me that sums up my relationship with Tim. It ended up being a really good one. I will miss Tim and the person that I knew him to be. My condolences to the family.
Art Bingham Aug 24 2020 12:00 AM
R.I.P. sad to see this Tim had a truly great wit, and Loved to Laugh I will never forget his beautiful laugh
Kevin Blanch PhD Aug 23 2020 12:00 AM
I was surprised to see Tim's name in the obituaries. I haven't seen him for a long time, but remember him. I was the Den Mother for that group of boys & we had a lot of fun. It was at that time that Tim's mom, Betty Jensen, & I started our friendship that got more special every year. Our family enjoyed the time we spent with the Jensen family. Diane made Nancy & I cute pink pantsuits when Nancy was little. Nancy was a little flower girl at Sally & Scott's wedding reception. Just wanted you to know that your family is special to us & I am thinking about you at this time.
Belva R. Moyle Aug 22 2020 12:00 AM
I was so sorry to hear of Tims passing. He was always very kind to me, and he always had a smile and a story. He was a favorite of my grandchildren; they loved him and he loved them. Ill miss seeing him riding his bike up the street and waving, and Ill miss him coming over and checking on my peach trees! He was a kind man.
Colette Dayton Aug 21 2020 12:00 AM
I have very happy memories of Cousin Tim growing up.. He was younger than me, but he was always such a character. In later years we only saw each other at family reunions. One thing I won't forget. He and his Dad brought an old tractor that they restored to Uncle Sam and Aunt Marb's wedding anniversary party. Maybe it was one of Sam's tractors. it sure looked spiffy. He was always tinkering with some old thing! He was particularly proud of his orchard. And for good reason. It was amazing how much he knew about the trees and fruit. Wishing Sally and Larry, and his children peace and love.
Jayne Aug 20 2020 12:00 AM