Timothy Graves

Timothy David Graves

Wednesday, May 8th, 1957 - Thursday, April 8th, 2021
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SCHENECTADY - Timothy Graves, 63, a much loved father, brother and uncle passed away unexpectedly on April 8, 2021 after a very long and daily struggle battling the aftereffects of cancer. Born in Troy, he was the son of the late Grace (Considine) and Floyd Graves. He attended Averill Park schools and upon graduation worked various jobs before becoming a driver for SYSCO. He also worked as a bartender at many local establishments where his keen sense of humor and trivia knowledge served him well! Tim loved all sports, but baseball was paramount and he treasured his time playing for the Brewers softball team. He was always ready to play a game of euchre or share his picks for the race card at Saratoga.
Spending time with his daughter Lauren was important to Tim. They shared a love for the Cardinals, made a habit of going to garage sales together, and he was her biggest fan during her softball years, even coaching for a time.
The family would like to thank all the medical professionals and his friends Casey and Josh who helped Tim during his 8 year battle. Tim fought tougher medical circumstances than most of us can imagine while demonstrating determination and humor. Hopefully he will be rocking some tunes and enjoying a beverage from here on.
Tim is survived by his daughter, Lauren Graves, brother John Graves, Sr., sisters; Patty Jones and Kathy Curley and brother-in-law Bill Curley, former spouse Briana Graves and predeceased by his brother Matt. He leaves many more loved family members and friends who will miss him dearly.
There will be no calling hours. A gathering of family and friends will be held in the future.
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    Gardner Earl Crematory
    50 101st Street
    Troy, NY 12180
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Jeane Greenwell

Posted at 10:58pm
We extend our sincere condolences to Kathy, Billy
and the entire Graves Family at this difficult time.
In Sympathy, Friendship & LOVE 💜🙏✝️
Jeane & Tim Greenwell
Scottsdale, AZ

Wayne Evancoe

Posted at 03:52pm
Just finding out a dear old friend past away is a shock. Tim(The Greek!)- was my best Foosball teammate and assisted in many joy filled times....I regret drifting apart but wanted all to know- no matter what stage of life we share, those memories never fade. He was a great friend- and our sympathies to the whole family. Wayne & Ann Evancoe

Kirsten McGarry

Posted at 10:40am
When I was just a little girl, he would hide by the refrigerator to play hide n seek so he could jump out to try to scare me when I'd get close. He always wanted our time together to be fun. As I got older in my teens and 20s, we shared a love for music mostly Classic Rock. Whenever I would get to see him that's all we talked about and I loved it. It was our bond. When I had my son he always made sure to go out of his way to talk and play with him. It reminded me of when I was a little girl and I realized then that was the true essence of Uncle Tim. A big kid at heart. You will be missed terribly Uncle Tim. We'll blast some Classic Rock loud and think of you. Love, Kirsten & AJ

Frank Pensabene

Posted at 02:05pm
The wit, humor, trivia and wonderful attitude towards life and fellow human beings...not to mention, a great person and mixologist!
Rest In Peace/you’re all ready missed—Frank & Caroline Pensabene

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