Lasting Memories

Timothy John Burns
Jan. 29, 1961-Nov. 25, 2015
Pleasanton, California

Timothy John Burns of Pleasanton, California, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015 of complications with pneumonia. Tim was born on Jan. 29, 1961 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and also lived in Hawaii and Alaska throughout his adult life.

Tim was most known for his comedic personality, along with his outstanding golf game. He applied his golf skills working as an Assistant Pro for many years and he very much enjoyed giving lessons. Tim was also a musician playing the guitar and singing, but he was most known for his lyrical abilities.

Tim is survived by his mother, Patricia Burns of Pleasanton, California; along with siblings William Burns and Kelly Capilla of Pleasanton, Mary Burns of San Francisco, and Erin Burns Parker of Brighton, England. Tim was also an uncle to three nieces and two nephews.

Tim will be remembered at St. Augustine's Church in PLeasanton, California, at 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 with a reception following afterwards in the Parishioner's Hall.

Tim was an animal lover, so if you would like to remember him in a special way, please make a donation in his name to Tri-Valley Animal Rescue or The Lindsay Wildlife Museum in Walnut Creek.

From Craig DuBord
Dec. 8, 2015

Truly saddened right now, but smile when I think of the guy Tim was. He lived life to the fullest, always smiling and forever knocking out those "original hits" he was famous for. My heart goes out to Pat and Kelly as for all the Burn's family. I will forever have good thoughts of Timmy. Till we meet and pick again Buddy! Keep'em coming!, I'll be listening. Rock on!! God bless you friend!

From Whit weaver
Dec. 5, 2015

tim and I were the best friends for almost 30 years and spent much time in Alaska and California . We grew apart over the last ten years or so but we did some living together . He was defiantly one of a kind. He was my best man when I got married in Hawaii and have a lot of crazy memories. I will miss those times and cherish them always. Carry on brother.