• Timothy P. Coon



    July 28, 2021

    Timothy P. Coon, 82, of Chittenango, NY passed away peacefully on July 28, 2021.  Tim was born in Syracuse, NY, son of the late Paul and Jane Coon.  Upon graduating from F-M HS, he worked for Western Electric, Penn Central Police, and the Dewitt Police Dept. His police work remained his most proud career choice throughout his life. He eventually retired from Brinks Security and enjoyed a quiet life at home.  Tim was an avid golfer, runner, fisherman, coin collector, and skilled antique clocksmith. He took great pride in his loving family, especially his grandchildren. Tim is survived by his devoted wife of 60 years Judith (Lynch) and their three daughters, Lisa Bromm (Michael), Lori DeFrees (Daniel), and Jennifer Cass (Brady); three loving brothers, David (Patricia), Paul (Janet), and Eric; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Tim’s family is forever thankful for the care, love, and friendship he received at the Grand Nursing Home in Chittenango. It will never be forgotten. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 am Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at St. Patrick’s Church, Chittenango. The Rite of Committal will follow at the Manlius Village Cemetery. Calling hours will be 5-7 pm Monday at the G.F. Zimmer Funeral Home, 702 Legion Drive, Chittenango. Contributions in memory of Tim may be made to St. Patrick’s Church, Murray Dr. Chittenango, NY 13037 or the Resident Counsel at the Grand Nursing Center, 331 Russell St, Chittenango, NY 13037.

                                                          G.F. ZIMMER F.H.

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    So very sorry to learn of Tim's passing..He was a really good man.. He went to school with my Sister Brenda.. One time when we were working out at CPT;he told me a funny joke about a duck and some grapes. Every time I think of Tim; I think of that joke.. Best regards to Judy and the Family tom


    Gonna miss Uncle Tim. We will certainly see him again in a perfect way. Our thoughts and prayers for Aunt Judy (super wife) and their great kids. My strongest memories are how he always found strength in changing any difficult situation turning it positive. A cool uncle and truly has left us a wonderful legacy with great footsteps to follow. With Love from Florida, Randy and Alex