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Timpson, Oengus Joshua

Visiting Monday, August 18th, 2014 from 6 to 9pm at Scotto Funeral Home, Brooklyn.
Mass of Christian burial, Tuesday August 19th at St. Mary Star of the Sea RC Church, 9:30am
Green-Wood Crematory to follow.

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  1. Maryanne, Mike, Regan and Ryan –
    My prayers are with you and I can not imagine what you are going through right now. Oengus was one of those blessed few who could light up a room with his charismatic charm and beautiful smile. Cherish the memories of a wonderful and loving son, husband and father. My favorite memory is of him sitting on my lap eating cereal and watching Saturday morning cartoons. He was a little chatter box and even then he had that spark in his eyes that was going to drive the girls crazy! He was one in a million and he will live on in the hearts of many. Heaven just got a little brighter!
    All my love,
    Laurie Papadopulos

  2. My prayers are with you! It is hard to lose someone you love and someone who is so special to you. He will always be remember he is in a special place and with God. He will always be lovingly remembered and truly missed by all who knew him.
    Love,
    Jean Cosby

  3. Maryanne, Mike, Regan and Ryan –
    My prayers are with you and I can not imagine what you are going through right now. Oengus was one of those blessed few who could light up a room with his charismatic charm and beautiful smile. Cherish the memories of a wonderful and loving son, husband and father. My favorite memory is of him sitting on my lap eating cereal and watching Saturday morning cartoons. He was a little chatter box and even then he had that spark in his eyes that was going to drive the girls crazy! He was one in a million and he will live on in the hearts of many. Heaven just got a little brighter!
    All my love,
    Laurie Papadopulos

  4. I would like to offer my deepest sympathies to you. Although we haven’t met, all of us have experienced the loss of a loved one. I recently lost my mother and know the pain of a broken heart. Our Heavenly Father feels our pain. Psalms 34:18 assures us that He is near to those broken at heart. He does, however, hold out a promise that in the very near future He will wipe out all tears of sorrow and pain from our eyes and death will be no more. (Revelation 21:3-5) He also promises to remember all those in the memorial tombs (graves) and restore them to life. (John 5:28,29) Until those words are fulfilled, may you find much peace and comfort in God and in His promises found in the Holy Scriptures.

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