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Timothy A. Gulliver (1959-2018)

Timothy A. Gulliver

JAY - Timothy A. Gulliver, also known as "Fudgie" 59 of Jay, formerly of Millinocket, died Sept. 5, 2018 after a long illness, surrounded by loved ones.

Tim was born July 18, 1959 in Millinocket to Carroll "Gully" and Martha Gulliver.

Tim is survived by his loving wife Beth Michaud Gulliver; his daughter Nichole Gulliver and her wife Lindsay of Sebago; son Nick Gulliver and his wife Heather of Wilton; two beloved grandchildren Scout Gulliver and Ace Gulliver; two sisters Brenda DeVeau and her husband Danny DeVeau of Cyr Plantation; Lynn York and her partner Dennis Pelletier of Jay; one niece Chantal DeVeau; two nephews Anthony York and Cody York; and a very special friend Albert Elliott. Tim was predeceased by his father Carroll Gulliver, his mother Martha Gulliver and a sister Mary Gulliver.

Tim worked for International Paper and Verso in Jay for many years until he became ill and retired. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved fishing and snowmobiling. Tim was a journeyman glazier, by trade. Tim is remembered for his love of family, his dogs Rem Rem and Precious, his sense of humor and giant heart. Tims passions included collecting, playing guitar and gambling. There is nothing Tim liked better than a good TV show, hot dog and time with his family. Tims family were the pride and joy of his life. The legacy of Tims generosity, sweet tooth and honesty will live on through them. He is loved, 256.

The family would like to say a special thank you to Bonny, Robin, and Christi and Androscoggin Hospice for the loving care given to Tim.

Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m., on Sept. 14, 2018 at Millinocket Cemetery. A celebration of Tims life will happen after services at the American Legion on 970 Central St, Millinocket.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association, 122 State Street, Augusta, ME 04330 in Tim's name.

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  1. We love you Tim,256. I know In my heart that your
    here with us right now to help us all get through
    the motions of losing you! Right now,
    it doesn’t seem real. You’ve been so sick for at
    least 10 years now with chronic pain and
    complications. When you left your body, I knew
    you went straight to heaven. It was a relief and
    I felt joy knowing you were now pain free!
    I didn’t want to be selfish by wanting you to
    stay and keeping you here on earth.We all knew you
    were ready to go to heaven. We will meet again. By the way,
    We’re already finding pennies that your leaving us.
    Still a prankster huh!
    Love you always!
    Your sister, Bren