Margaret Boland Obituary, Death – We pay our respects to a brilliant young guy who used to work here at the yard and who went away a week ago today. It is with a heavy heart that we do so. Due to the fact that he was always happy, joking, and laughing, we are going to miss him very much. It was always a pleasure to spend time in his company. I have such regret that we were not able to be there to see the impact he was going to have on the world. – Zackery J On April 21, 2023, our dearly beloved son, Paul Timms, passed away unexpectedly. He was just seventeen years old at the time of his passing.
His mother and father, Jennifer and Shane Timms, brother Jayden Timms, sister Skye Robison-Pacheco and her husband Tyler, nieces Piper and Allie Pacheco, nephew Sonny Pacheco, grandmother Peggy Timms-Harrison, and a large number of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends are among those who will miss him the most. His grandfather, Alvin Timms, and his grandmother, Ruth Burleson, both passed away before he was born. Those who knew Zackery well were aware of his boundless passion for life and the fact that he never met a person he didn’t get along with.
Everyone he met, as well as those who already knew him, caught his outgoing personality and huge sense of humor. It was impossible not to laugh at least once while he was around. It was very enjoyable for Zackery to make his mother and other people laugh. This caused him a great deal of pleasure. At the Arkansas Connection Academy, where he was attending his junior year of high school, he had achieved honor roll status and was a proud member of the National Honor Society. Zackery is an employee at the County Building Center in Lincoln, which is located in the state of Arkansas. The activities of barbecuing and preparing meals together at home brought him and his family a great deal of delight during the course of the day. Kayaking, fishing, and hunting were some of his favorite things to do in his spare time.