Timothy Churchill Maumelle, AR, Project Manager at Wolverine Roofing passed away

Timothy Churchill Maumelle, AR, Project Manager at Wolverine Roofing passed away

Timothy Churchill a longtime resident of Maumelle, Arkansas unexpectedly passed away on Thursday, June 8, 2023, as announced by his loving wife Jeannie Mae Churchill via a Facebook post on Saturday, June 10. The cause of death was not made known. 

Jeannie released a statement following the death of her husband, “On Thursday, June 8, my husband, Timothy Churchill, went home to be with the Lord. I’m thankful he’s finally at peace and I know I will see him again.

She added, “Please pray for me and the many details of this tragedy. I have a lot of decisions to make that will affect not only me but our 2 daughters as well. I want to make sure that I follow the Lord’s leading.

“Please also pray for his mom, Kathy, and 2 brothers,” Jeannie concluded.

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Timothy Churchill was a project manager at Wolverine Roofing, he studied at Tri-State Baptist College. Timothy went to Calvary Boys Ranch Eufala and also went to Cass Job Corps. He was survived by his loving wife Jeannie and their two daughters, his mother Kathy, and his two brothers.

Friends and loved ones have paid tributes to Timothy Churchill across social media;

Beth Epley wrote, “I’m so sorry, Jeannie. This hurts my heart for you and the kids. I’ll be praying for y’all to find peace and comfort.”

Danette Smith said, “Oh my! I’m so so sorry! He was a nice well young man when I knew him! I did not know he’s been sick! Prayers!”

Jeannie, so sorry for your loss! Praying for you and yours as you go through this valley!” Kristie Klein said. “Know you are cared for and prayed for!”

Lynnea Ray Mejia wrote, “Jeannie Mae Churchill, I’m so very sorry. Please know we will keep you and your beautiful girls…and the entire family…in our prayers.”

Tracy Lankford said, “Love and prayers for you and your family my sweet friend. So sorry for your loss.”

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