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Timothy John Comerford

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Timothy John Comerford passed away peacefully January 22, 2020, at the age of 64. He was proceeded in death by his parents William and Mary Comerford, and his brother Bill Comerford. He is survived by wife, Joanne. He is lovingly remembered by his children, Ryan, wife Brittany, Lauren, husband Scottie, Shannon, three grandchildren, Braxton, Austyn, Camryn, as well as, brothers Terrance, Mark, wife Janet, and sisters Mary Beth, husband Roger, and Erin.

He proudly served his country as a member of the United States Air Force. He continued his civil service with the Department of Defense, and retired after 37 dedicated years. He had a strong allegiance to the University of Notre Dame. He was a gracious supporter of St Jude Children’s research hospital. 

A mass of Christian burial will be held Tuesday, January 28, 10am, at St Joseph Catholic Church in Marietta, Georgia. There will be a private burial with Military Honors at Georgia National Cemetery, Canton, Georgia. 

In lieu of flowers, Tim would appreciate a donation to St Jude Children Research Hospital. 

18 Comments To "Timothy John Comerford"

John Dowdell On Dec 30 2021 at 10am
What a GREAT friend Tim, Bob Gaughan and I had some really wonderful times growing up in Scranton Pennsylvania. I still cannot believe that they are gone but clearly not forgotten. Two wonderful Irishman. I pray for your souls every day. God willing, we will be together one day. Reply to this comment
Dianne Goldenberg On Mar 08 2020 at 1am
Tim was the best boss I had when I worked for the DoD because he cared about people. I loved that when we had an idea he thought was good but wasn't sure if brass would like it, he would say something like "it's easier to beg forgiveness than get permission". Christmas party at his house included listening to the Notre Dame fight song. RIP fellow Irishman. Reply to this comment
Susan Comerford Wzorek On Feb 03 2020 at 9am
Tim growing up the Comerford cousins got together frequently. I was so happy when you reconnected the past few years on Facebook. Prayers always for you and Billy Reply to this comment
Millard Harrington USAF On Feb 02 2020 at 9am
Tim and I first met in the Air Force at Charleston AFB in 1976. We spent countless hours on the flight line issuing hundreds of thousands of gallons (JP-4) A true “IRISHMAN” , RIP my good friend. Joanne & Family you are in ours thoughts and prayers. Reply to this comment
John T. Comerford On Jan 31 2020 at 12pm
After so many years, we finally had a chance to reconnect via Facebook recently. R.I.P, TIM. All of your cousins here in PA and elsewhere wish your family the very best. Reply to this comment
Karen Harrington On Jan 29 2020 at 12pm
I have some fond memories of Tim from his Air Force days in Charleston. Full of life, always smiling, in love with JoAnne, Loved Notre Dame and kind to everyone. Thinking of you JoAnne and the entire family. Reply to this comment
Mary O’Hara On Jan 28 2020 at 5am
Timmy, say hello to your mom and dad and to all our aunts and uncles in heaven. Go with God. My prayers are with your family at this time. Reply to this comment
Emily Hopkins On Jan 28 2020 at 5am
Tim was the kind of boss who took care of his people and other folks also. Tim was there for me when my world was crumbling , but he supported me by donating me & a lot of other people leave. We returned the favor. Tim would always say "Riding around get it. Tim was the best supervisor in the Management Support Office that we ever had. There never be another one like him. Reply to this comment
Joe O'Hara On Jan 28 2020 at 5am
Oh Tim. Rest. But then a favor. When you do run into your Mom and Dad, and my own, and BC, and all the rest, please take the time. Wake up the echoes. Love. Joe O Reply to this comment
Jay Hoyt223bff On Jan 28 2020 at 5am
My heart goes out to Joanne, Ryan, Lauren and Shannon. Although I never met Tim, his brother Mark always spoke of him in terms of adulation as a big brother. Another Comerford son gone too soon. May he Rest In Peace and each of you take comfort in the great memories of your time with him. Reply to this comment
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