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In Loving Memory

Wolff, Timothy “Tim” G

Wolff, Timothy “Tim” G., 69, Of St. Louis, passed away June 23, 2024. Beloved husband of 44 years to Cynthia (Cyndi) Wolff,  devoted father of Kevin (Caitlin) Wolff and Heather (Dustin) Mayes, loving grandfather to Lumen Rose and Lyla Alexandria Mayes and Leonardo (Leo) Stone and Veyda Skye Wolff. Cherished son of the late William (Bill) and Marguerite (Peggy) Wolff Dear brother of Bill Wolff, ( the late) Butch Wolff, Jim ( Barbara) Wolff and Nancy (Ron) Galovich , brother – in – law to Karen (the late Scott ) Tressner, the late  Keith Duewell, Mark (Dawn) Duewell, and Tim (Jackie)  Duewell. Dear son in law to Rose (the late  Ken) Duewell. Dearest cousin to Jim ( Sue) Tesson , and many other cousins, dear uncle, great uncle, and friend.

Tim served in the U S Army for 2 years, he was a 30 year member of the St. Louis Fire Department retiring in 2009 as Captain. After his retirement, Tim and Cyndi spent  winters in Venice , FL where Tim loved to find sharks teeth on the beaches. He loved to ride roller  coasters at amusement parks especially Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. Walking his dog Tucker  was a daily ritual. He loved his children and grandchildren and would do anything for them. He loved watching old black and white movies from the 1930’s- 1950’s, was the master of the bonfires at campgrounds with family and friends. He played softball for many years for Sunline Candy Co. Loved float trips, taking hikes, most anything outdoors. He will be missed by many . “That’s True Too”

Services; Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel (5255 Lemay Ferry) on Friday 6/28 9:30AM for 10AM mass at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church (Telegraph Rd). In lieu of flowers donations to Backstoppers appreciated. Visitation at Kutis on Thur. 4-8PM. Interment JB National Cemetery.



20 thoughts on “Wolff, Timothy “Tim” G”

  1. Our hearts go out to Cyndi and family. Tim was such a great family man. Our prayers our with you.

    The Mark & Mary Aubuchon Family

  2. So sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. You two had a beautiful life really enjoyed all your photos on Facebook. You both live life to the fullest. What a blessing to have such a wonderful partner.
    Tim will walk with you in your Memories, And heart.

  3. Tim lived down the street from me when we were kids. Once he was at my house till the street lights came on and he had to be home. I was about ten so he was like six and I told him that the boogie man had been seen in our neighborhood and might be hiding in the bushes. He ran all the way home and was apparently very scared. My mom and his met for the first time the next day because his mom came to our house to tell my mom the mean thing I had done. Needless to say it hurt when I sat down for a while. I told him I was sorry for that evil deed many times later in our lives. I know he forgave me, as off and on, during our years many times we were able to laugh at that story. So, one last time, I’m sorry Tim and I know one day, all too soon, we’re going to laugh about it again.
    Cindy, if you need anything, ever, please don’t hesitate to call me. His neighbor and long time friend. Dave Borage

  4. I grew up with Tim on the same block. He was about 5 years older than me. A couple of stories
    1) Tim use to ride wheelies on his 10 speed bike all over the city. He could do this for blocks and blocks. not sure but I am pretty sure he could go for miles doing them.
    2) We were playing football in the street with a pee wee football. Tim cut between 2 cars, went up and caught the ball and landed on my Uncles car hood pointed ornament. Needless to say he was in major pain but held onto the ball.
    3) Tim was a great guy as everyone knows. Liked by everyone and married 1 of my grade school friends. You will not find a better couple or better people (maybe as good but not better)

    Bill Metz

    • You reminded me of Tim’s unbelievable talent for doing wheelies on his bike. I think I seen him riding on one wheel more than on two. Ride on Tim.

  5. Tim had a hard shell but a soft soul. He was a dog whisperer as I Never seen him without a dog to call his best friend. He was a fast driver but a slow reader of the daily newspaper. However I believe it was actually his way of listening to our conversations. He was always a stones throw away if I or anyone else needed help around the house. He was not only my brother in law but my friend. He was the Rock that held our family together. Rest in Peace Tim. We all Love you so 💔

  6. I don’t remember Tim ever NOT having a smile. He was a very kind good man.
    He will be very missed
    My condolences to the Wolf and Duewell family.
    Love you Cyndi
    Such a wonderful family

  7. My heart is in deep sorrow for you Cyndi and your entire family. Tim touched everyone’s life in some way. I will always remember him as someone else said, the dog whisper, he not only walked his dogs but everybody else that needed a dog walked. And he visited everyone he knew at all the cemeteries. He truly cared about everyone. The pictures of him with his grandkids are priceless. He was a true family man. You will have many wonderful memories of all your travels together. RIP Tim, you are no longer suffering. We as a family and all the many friends you have will make sure that you have all the support you need Cyndi. Love you so much.

  8. Just think how many people he helped and how many lives he saved in his 30 years as a firefighter, A humble hero. A good man. My friend, honored and humbled to be able to say that. Rest in peace Tim, in the arms of our Lord ✌️🙏

  9. Cyndi I am so sorry for the loss of Tim for you and your family.
    Tim was one of the great guys from childhood that always had that smile that never seemed to leave his face. Played a lot of sandlot sports and high school soccer with him and can’t ever remember him getting angry. Just a really solid guy that once you met him you had to like him.

  10. As my son-in-law I saw many, many times, all the ways Tim offered help to anyone who needed it. I occasionally called upon him to assist me in assorted chores, and I could always depend on his prompt and willing help. He was so loved by his grandchildren, and they will deeply miss their Paw Paw.

    Thanks, Tim, for all your kindness, and for all the love you had for family and friends. RIP

  11. Cyndi & family, I can’t imagine your pain right now. As others have said, Tim was a gem. He was my first love in grade school and has always held a special place in my heart. In addition to his wheelies, he also sold newspapers on the corner of Morganford & Delor for the Globe Democrat. St John’s was always a community. We all knew each other and cared about each other. Though we didn’t see each other much, I will miss his smile. You had many good years together and I’m sure he will be watching over all of you in good times and bad. Rest in peace Timmy!

  12. What a guy, what a life, some just bring a smile to your face, he was one of those people. None of us were ready to see him go, see you on the other side old friend.
    Rest in Peace Tim Wolff

  13. Dear Cyndi and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss of Tim. I went to high school and played soccer with Tim. He always had a funny comment and that great smile on his face. Never saw him in a bad mood. I can only imagine your pain as you go through this terrible time. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. Always remembered seeing Tim in the neighborhood when I was a kid. Got to work with him on the STLFD. A great person and will be missed. My condolences.

  15. hi cindy
    i am so sorry for your loss.i met you both through state farm where i used to work ,my prayers are with your family


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