Timothy “Tim” L. Daugherty

July 05, 1952 ‒ December 12, 2016

Marion, Ohio
Formerly of Lancaster, Ohio

Timothy “Tim” L. Daugherty, age 64, of Marion and formerly of Lancaster, Ohio, died Monday, December 12, 2016, at Riverside Methodist Hospital following an extended illness.

On July 5, 1952, Tim was born in Lancaster, Ohio, to the late John A. and Ruth C. (Brown) Daugherty who preceded him in death.

Tim was a member of the Victory Center Church of God in Marion. Over the years, he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.

He will be missed by his wife of thirty-five years Debra; children, Ronald (Kelli) Miller, Gregory (Janice) Miller, Timya and Patrick Daugherty; grandchildren, Tyler, Mckaylee, Aaron, Anthony, Evan, and Gracie; nine siblings, Sister Jean Daugherty, T.O.R. of Toronto (OH), Joan (William) Beiter of Lancaster, James (Sheila) of Gales Ferry (CT), Michael (Catherine) of Orange Park (FL), Patrick (Donna) of Burke (VA), Kathleen (Dick) Croft of Canal Winchester, Margaret Burson of Lancaster, Thomas (Mildred) of Columbus, and Dennis of Lancaster; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Services honoring his life will be Friday, December 16, 2016 at 12:00 pm with visitation two hours before service at Victory Center (1190 E. Fairground Rd, Marion, OH 43302) followed by a graveside service at Grand Prairie Cemetery with Minister Mike Nickleson officiating. A Military service will also be conducted in Tim’s honor.

The family would like to extend its sincere gratitude to the staff at Riverside Hospital as well as the nurses of Marion General ICU for their service, kindness and caring for our husband, father, brother son, and grandfather over the last days of his life.

If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the funeral home to assist with final expenses.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to have been chosen to serve Tim’s family.

  • Grandpa it still hasn’t sank in yet but we all know you are in a way better place enjoying your new body full of health and energy. Grandma and I will get through this together. The holiday season will never be the same…

  • Uncle Tim, you always greeted me with a warm smile and a comforting presence. You will be missed. You are love and loved.

  • Debbie,I know its been a hard road for both you and Tim thru all his sickness, but now he’s with God where no sickness exists, no more pain no more sorrow. Prayers for you and family. He will be missed. I know but God will give you strength to carry on.Remember the word says “I can do all things thru Christ who strengths me” He is your strength, both now and tomorrow.

  • Tim, We have loved you and your family since we first met. I know you are in Heaven with GOD Debbie , and family you have our love and prayers for the time days ahead.