HUGS FROM HOME
“As you may know, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic funeral services must be limited to 10 people or fewer. This is obviously disappointing to the families we are serving as well as those who wished to attend the services had they been able. As a result, we have developed a program called “Hugs From Home” that will allow the family to feel your love at this difficult time. Here is how you can share your love for the family and show your support as if you had been in attendance:
1. Leave a message in the “Add Condolence” section at the bottom of this page.
2. Our staff will print that message on a “Hugs From Home” card.
3. The card will be tied to an individual balloon and affixed to a chair where the service
is taking place thus representing your attendance at the service.
4. The family will then collect and read the cards and feel of your love and support for
them at this difficult time.
We hope you will take the time to participate so the family can feel of your love under
these unique circumstances.”
Timothy W Shaw, born on May 29, 1968 in Dallas, TX, passed away peacefully May 3, 2020 in Mesa, Arizona. Tim was an amazing leader in his work as a District Manager. He worked for Lowes Home Improvement for over 20 years and currently worked for Tractor Supply Company. He won many awards for his customer service and leadership. He was looked up to by many for mentorship and direction.
He was very active with hiking, biking, obstacle courses, weight lifting and golf. He was always there for a good laugh or sarcastic comment. He lit up a the room with his voice and smile. His laugh and funny comments always drew people to him. He will be missed tremendously.
He came to know Jesus in the past year and we know he is walking with him in heaven now. He left this earth too soon, but we will see him again.
He is survived by his wife April, 2 step daughters Naomi and Madelynn, his sister Claire, (spouse Belinda), brother Bryant, niece Rosa, and 2 dogs Lilly and Chico.
The funeral service will be held at 10:30 (Pacific Time) on May 6th, 2020 at Gilbert Memorial Park. Please join the service on Facebook live by going to the Facebook account of April Shaw.