Timmy James Stroup, 64

Timmy James Stroup, 64, of Gilbertsville, husband of Kimberly (Figlio) Stroup, passed away Monday October 3, 2022 at his residence.

Born in Norristown, he was the son of the late Jesse James and Betty H. (Vickers) Stroup.

Timmy loved working out in his garden.

Surviving along with his wife are his children Aaron Stroup husband of Megan and Melinda Aters wife of Brandon; step-children TJ Chrusch husband of Jessica and Timothy Chrusch husband of Monica; and 11 grandchildren.

Along with his parents, Timmy was predeceased by his sisters Michelle Nocella and Belinda Stroup.

Services will be private.

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I was very close to Timmy in the early 80's and have photos I'd love to give to you Megan and Aaron. I'm sure you would enjoy them! I'm in the Downingtown, PA area and could meet or mail them to you. Let me know your preference, So very sorry to hear Timmy passed.

~ Janet Seidel Galliera
11/13/2023 1:31:56 PM

Wow I just learned of Tim’s passing. What a bummer! We worked together at Madison where he worked for many years. We were members of Local 542 Operating Engineers of Phila. Tim worked to improve the Philly skyline working on many high rise projects. He was a master of his job. Always there for anyone, he’d give the shirt off his back and he was loved by everyone on the job. What a pleasure we all had! Tim had the ability to tell a joke to last all day. My condolences to his children. I’ll treasure the days we spent together on the job. RIP Timmy….

~ Jimmy Lynch
7/8/2023 12:36:29 PM

By far the worst obituary I’ve ever read.

Timmy had two kids. Aaron stroup, and Melinda stroup. He has three grandchildren , Cole, Brinley and Sutter .

He did not precede a wife , as she was with another man while he died and took everything.

But on a lighter note.
He made the most productive gardens. He loved to give away anything he could, especially zinnias. He loved to fish and be on the water . My dad was a man of few words but many one liners that always seemed to make sense. Timmy made
People laugh, and taught me how to make myself laugh. If you knew my dad you’d know he would do anything for anyone.
I will Always remember our slow dances to brooks and Dunn. I’ll never forget what you told me last. Give mom a kiss For me, I’ll see you again.

~ Melinda
4/5/2023 12:22:25 PM