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TIMOTHY  "MOUSE" MIESSE
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My heart goes out to Tims family . Tim was my brother in law for 2 decades and uncle to my daughters. Suzanne was like a sister. I could always count on Tim to guide us through life with wisdom and understanding. He certainly mastered
The art of communication. What may seem like a difficult concept was explained with ease. He lived life fully and will be missed. I love you and will always be here for Suzanne and Scott.


Posted by: Renee Miesse - Sacramento, CA - Family   Oct 02, 2017

Tim and I were classmates at Baldwin Wallace. More importantly, we were fraternity brothers, having pledged together in our freshman year at BW. He was a unique individual with a sharp sense of humor. He never minced words when sharing his opinions, and he was a brother on whom you could depend. Like many college friends we fell out of touch. But as I've discovered in the past few years, those bonds of brotherhood may bend, but seldom break. I

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Posted by: Dick Benson - Brevard, NC - Classmate   Oct 02, 2017

Tim brought wit and humour and perspective to many of our conversations at Owens. He will be missed.

My deepest sympathies to his family and friends.


Posted by: Michelle Younker - Perrysburg, OH - coworker   Oct 02, 2017

I enjoyed working with Tim. He had a great disposition and attitude about his position that I truly appreciated. Always willing to listen and help. I'll miss him.


Posted by: Tom Passero - Sylvania, OH - coworker   Oct 02, 2017

As a PKT Fraternity brother, he made the house laugh with his personality and infectious spirit. My thoughts and prayers go out his family and to friends as we all mourn his passing.

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Posted by: Craig Stout - Princeton, WV - Friend   Oct 02, 2017

I shall fondly remember Tim and what a wonderful person he was. He had a way of putting people around him at ease. My deepest sympathy for his wife and son and all the many friends and family whose lives were touched by Tim.


Posted by: Valerie Herron - Toledo, OH - Coworker   Oct 02, 2017

It was a pleasure working with Tim and I am so sorry to hear about his passing. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.


Posted by: Barb Rardin - Rossford, OH - Coworker   Oct 02, 2017

Tim was a wonderful man and I enjoyed knowing him during his short time at Owens. He always had a smile on his face and could brighten anyone's day. He will truly be missed. My deepest sympathies to his family.


Posted by: Roberta Montrie - Maumee, OH - coworker   Oct 02, 2017

I have worked under Tim for a short period of time at Owens, I liked his sense of humor. He was a supportive boss and I will miss him in the School of Business. May your memories carry you through the rough days ahead...my prayers are with you.


Posted by: Brenda Ludwig - Findlay, OH - Coworker   Oct 02, 2017

I will so much miss seeing and talking with Tim at work every day. He was kind enough to be my mentor when I started working at Owens Community College. We became fast friends and I enjoyed his wisdom, anecdotes and life stories. My deepest sympathies to Tim's family and friends.

Mark


Posted by: Mark King - Toledo, OH - coworker   Oct 02, 2017