Timothy Joseph Reed

Tuesday 26th of July 1983 - Thursday 22nd of August 2019

Timothy Joseph Reed

Services

Visitation

Aug 28, 2019 (4:00 pm - 8:00 pm)

Milward - Southland

391 Southland Dr., Lexington, KY

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Funeral Ceremony

Aug 29, 2019 (11:00 am )

Milward - Southland

391 Southland Dr., Lexington, KY

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Timothy Joseph Reed, age 36, of Lexington, KY, passed away on August 22nd of 2019 in Lexington.


Visitation will be 4:00-8:00 P.M. Wednesday, August 28th at Milward Funeral Directors on Southland Drive.


Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, August 29th at Milward Funeral Directors on Southland Drive.


Tim, known to his family and friends as "Lil' Tim," was born in Lexington on July 26, 1983. His parents are Emma and Fred Treadway of Lexington. He never married and worked as a tattoo artist for a number of years. Tim is survived by his daughter, Ava Reed, son, Timothy Reed, sister, Heather Reynolds, parents, Emma and Fred Treadway, aunt, Betty Reed, and uncle, Presley Reed.

Guest Book

Amanda Bussell

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I hate this happened to you & may you rest in peace & no longer suffering with addiction, which is a BEAST, & so hard to beat!! I'll see you on the other side one day!! Forever you will be missed

3 months ago

Amber

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Over the last few days, I have been having a hard time trying to come up with words to express how much Tim Reed meant to me. With any relationship there were always good times and bad. With Tim, I would mostly laugh. He was always a giant goofball. I met Tim when I was 13 in 8th grade. You know those coming to age movies? Tim and I made our own. From there, 22 years of nothing but love for each other came from it. We had a uncanny way of gravitating back to one another if we had lost contact. I remember when I was 14 and I went to his house for christmas, he asked me if i was ready for my gift. I smiled and nodded at him. He rushed out of his room only to be walking back in backwards dragging this monstraousty of a box back into his room. All while staring at me with a huge grin on his face. I started to open the box only to find another box. About 10 boxes later, I finally find a tiny little box inside. I opened it to find a small gold ring with a diamond heart on it. It was his way of being romantic. I'm sure emma had to clean the mess up later. I put that ring on and never took it off for many years. When we would sit in class he would always scoot his desk next to mine to grab my arm and doodle all up and down it. Sometimes in permanent marker. I knew then he would be a great tattoo artist. Tim, you were my first love and for that you will always have a piece of me, as I will of you. You taught me a lot: how to love, how to hate, how to trust a boy, how to not trust a boy, and now your teaching me to let go. "Let it be" For all of these things, I am completely grateful. I will always love you, Tim Reed. I send my love to your family.

3 months ago

Chris Ross

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dam i just got this and i just wanna say death is a sad inevitable part of life it sucks to lose anyone we are close to especially at a young age im sorry to everyone for the loss of tim and im sure he is in a good place at peace and as we remember him he remembers us as my beliefs im sure he is with God my condolences

3 months ago

Jody cadwell

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Tim was the best friend I ever had he was like my brother we had great times together and bad ones but some how we always got over what ever the problem was we could never stay mad at each other for to long . Really if you knew Tim well you knew he had a good Hart and he had heart all the way around he is the only person I know that stood to fight 10 people because he wasn’t gonna leave me to take that beating by my self his exact words were dawg you know we ain’t gonna win but we came together we leave together that’s why I say he is like my brother because that’s the shit a brother does has your back all the way and some of the silly stuff we done a lot of people couldn’t understand but you would have to know how we were bro we had a blast you were the best friend I ever had and I’ll not forget you ever I love you and I hope you like it upstairs and one day bro we will kick it up there and you can finish my tatts who knows by the time I get there you’ll have Jesus sleeved out well I love ya bro and I’m sorry this happened to you and man you’ll be missed more than you know and my heart goes out to your family I know they hurt brother you are a great loss I’ll see ya again one day brother love ya

3 months ago

Jp Hickey

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Man we just we're kicking it three or four days before you passed is you left me with a great memory of how blessed I was to know you and how great of a human being you were Tiffany and me didn't have enough gas to get down to cynthiana and so oh Tim came to the rescue and said you know what I help you all here's ten bucks I'm going to row 2 and we'll just take a road trip it was a great memory that I will never forget and I'm sorry 4 your family and loved ones who have to endure this trying time I know that your soul is free and are looking down on all of us smiling because u are now free. I just hate that you are gone I will try to honor and keep your memory as it always lives on an eternity and as much as I wish it wasn't true the Good die Young and the rest of us live on I miss you even though we weren't as close as most but still have known each other since we were very young I just want to give my condolences to your family and your brother as I know that they're going through a very rough time I hope that they can accept my condolences in their hearts and it helps them through this trying time and these words maybe become some type of comfort of sort I hope that you are there to meet me when I passed to the next journey on my soul separation from the physical form. R. I. P. Tim Reed

3 months ago

Jenny Boone

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I’m so sorry for your families loss of your son. My prayers are with you all.

3 months ago