Timothy L. Bostwick

July 10, 1949 ‒ October 30, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Timothy L. Bostwick, 71, of Mount Vernon passed away on Friday evening, October 30, 2020 at Knox Community Hospital.   He was born on July 10, 1949 in Mount Vernon to the late William and Marlyn (Pipes) Bostwick.

Tim was a member of the Sons of the American Legion.  He was a huge car enthusiast, he enjoyed going to car shows, going cruising with friends and working on cars in his garage.  He loved playing his rock and roll music loud.  Tim also enjoyed camping and going mushroom hunting.

Tim is survived by his daughters, Brianna Bostwick of Danville, Carrie Bostwick of Bellville and Jamie (Joe) Hansen of Mount Vernon; grandchildren, Stevie Kloh, Draven Kloh and Joey Hansen; his step children Fawn (Julia) Carrington, Josh Carrington; and a sister, Holly (John) Cline of Mount Vernon.

In following with Tim’s wish, there will not be any services.

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  • Tim, I am going to miss you! I am so thankful that we were friends the past couple of years and I am honored that I was able to hold your hand until God’s angels escorted you to heaven.
    Brianna, I am so proud of you and Brendan for taking such great care of your Dad for all of these years! You are so strong and I know how much your Dad loved you and how proud of you he was. I am keeping you in my prayers.
    Love, Mom

  • Sending sincerest sympathies to the entire Bostwick family children and grandchildren & sister and other family.

    From Melvin & Andrea Gantz & Family
    Former co worker from MVDC laundry

  • Bree, my heart hurts for you I know how much you love your dad & I can’t even imagine your pain right now. Just know he loves you & is so flipping proud of you. For all that you did for him & all that you have accomplished in your life.
    Know I am here for you if you need anything, I love you Bee.

    Love, Linda

  • Carrie, Jamie and Brianna,

    I just wanted to say I am so very sorry for the loss of your Dad. Please know that I am here for you all.

  • It’s hard to put in words what I am feeling right now. Though we didn’t see each other a lot the last 5 years, I still always thought about you. Growing up you was my cool biker uncle, whom I idolized. I was always excited to show you my new rides and get your thoughts on them. I never did get a Triumph chopper, like we always talked about. Thanks for being an amazing uncle! Ride Free!!

  • As I said on Facebook Tim was my first boss me and this other guy Ray Thomas we were working in the laundry temporarily 1000 hour program and Tim was trying to figure out how to keep us on are thousand hours he stretched it out as long as he could but it ran out so me and Ray went to the director of operation which at that time was Eldon zelle he was the director of operation he said he talked to Tim about this so in a few weeks we got a call from the Mount Vernon Developmental Center and we got hard back full-time laundry workers so that is my experience working in the laundry under 10 boss way he was my first boss November 3rd of 1985 but also I got to say is special thanks to Carol Bostwick put in a good word for me cuz I had to work under General Relief It was a welfare assistant program and I worked in housekeeping 4 days out of the month so I was signed to sub unit 9 where is Carol Bostwick I believe was the supervisor up there search beast in the like me and I was talking to her and at that time I think she was married to Tim and she said she put a good word in for me if there was ever an opening in the laundry may God bless Tim and thank you for that wonderful chance to get my foot into the door at the Mount Vernon Developmental Center and thank you Carol for talking to your husband to give me that opportunity God bless you and once again please set my condolence to the boss with family on your loss

  • I’m very sorry to hear of tim passing. I met tim 1989 as my boss at Mount Vernon Developmental Center in the laundry Department I worked for him for 9 years he was the most awesome and best boss he was easy to get along with and he was fair to all the workers as long as you did your job lol … but seriously I know he will be missed by his loving family and friends may peace be with you and rest in peace mr. Bostwick …

  • Carrie and family,
    I am sorry for the loss of your loved one. My heart goes out to you at this difficult time. Just know you are in my thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort in the days ahead. 

  • Sorry for the family’s loss. Didn’t know Tim personally but am a fellow retiree from MVDC. Colleen J. Totman Milligan