Timothy Lynn Roark
Saturday 15th of January 1966 - Monday 14th of November 2022
Celebration of Life
3961 Southland Dr., Lexington, KY
Timothy Lynn Roark entered the world prematurely with respiratory syndromes January 15, 1966. His life had many physical struggles here on earth, but healing came when God sent his angels to carry him home on November 14.
Timothy was the son of Herman and Lena Roark and a brother to Mark (Susan) Roark. He was an uncle to Jacob, Maggie, and Haleigh Roark. He was the nephew of Floyd.
(Barbara) Roark, Kathleen (Fred) Coke, and Delbert (Genell) Shouse. He was a special friend to Beverly Johnson. He was grateful for cousins and friends.
He had a bond of love and gratuity for his cousin Susan Mahan. When his kidneys failed Susan donate her kidney to him which was a perfect match. She was always there to support him in every way from the transplant to his death with cancer and pneumonia. She was a loved “Florence Nightingale.”
He was a University of Kentucky graduate, a real estate agent, a construction contractor and family farmer. He was an active member of AA and worked hard helping others to make changes in their lives. He always gave AA the credit for saving his life daily. He was a member of the Versailles Baptist Church. He liked coming to the family farm and being a part of the activities.
A Celebration of Life service will be held Tuesday, November 22, 2022, from 4 - 6 pm at the Milward Funeral Directors; 391 Southland Drive; Lexington, KY. Friends and family are invited to share memories of Timothy.
Family request no flowers. Please donate to your favorite charity or place of need.
We send our deepest sympathy and love to you all.
I was so sorry to learn of Tim's passing. May God embrace Tim's family with love and peace at this time. May you all find comfort in the many wonderful memories that you have. Jane Phillips
Deepest condolences to the family. Tim was one of the kindest men I have ever known and I respected him greatly.
Dr. Ric and Nancy Reddensays
Lifting you all up at this difficult time. May God give you comfort and peace.