In Memory

Tim Fee

Timmy Ray Fee, 58, lifelong resident of Albion, Michigan, passed away on May 23, 2019 after battling diabetes and heart failure. Timmy was born on September 17, 1960 to Doshia Marie Fee. Timmy worked as a security guard for State Security at places, fairs, concerts and events. He also worked at Union Steele, Havard Industries, Guardian Fiberglass, Albion Recorder, janitorial services at Albion Community Hospital, and as a newspaper carrier for the Detroit Free Press, Detroit News, Battle Creek Enquirer, Jackson Citizens Patriot, Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. Before his illness, Timmy enjoyed working on vehicles and going to fairs and festivals. He also enjoyed working on computers and watching Star Trek, Lost in Space, The Twilight Zone, The Three Stooges, and The Titanic.

Timmy is preceded in death by his honorary sister, Sue Whitehead, the man that raised him, Leamon Saylor Jr., and grandma Flora Saylor. He is survived by his mother; wife of 34 years, Brontina May Fee; children: Shianne (Paul) Martin, Wynonna (Michael Hunt) Fee, Michelle (James) Fisher, Timothy (Becca Schalkofske) Fee and Adam Fee; 8 grandchildren; siblings: Donna (Jimmy) Rose and honorary brother Jerry McCreary; many loved nieces and nephews; and close family friend, David Pelfrey Jr.

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06/22/19 07:58 AM #1    

Jackie Kennedy (Conley)

Tim was a good person and was always so nice and friendly when we tan into each other around town.

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