Timothy Christopher O’Brien
July 21, 1970 – July 29, 2020
Timothy Christopher O’Brien, 50, of Powhatan County departed this life to be with the Lord on July 29, 2020.
Tim worked for West Broad VW & Kia-Part of the Page Auto Group.
He leaves behind his wife, Marie; mother, Shirley Galyen; father Floyd O’Brien; sisters Sheri, Rebecca, & Kelly; brother Matthew; brother in law Melvin Knight (Karen); niece Crystal; and many extended family members.
At this time services will be private, but a celebration of life will be announced at a later date. Flowers may be directed to the O’Brien home, or in lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the Women Victims of Domestic Violence Society in Powhatan County #804-598-5630.
The family has entrusted with Affinity Funeral Service – Richmond Chapel with the arrangements.
Much love , thoughts and prayers to all of the family from a cousin in TN.
Sharon and Alan Irvin and family
Mo so very sorry for your loss . We love you always . Tim was always so sweet to me but very shy. He will be missed . Prayers to the family on both sides .
Marie, you must know that Tim is in a much better place now.. His suffering has stopped.. He will be missed by all.. Prayers for you and your family members, and to His family members as well..
Marie I’m so sorry for your loss. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Tim was such a sweet guy. Kimberly and I loved all the time we spent at your horse rescue. I loved all the years working on the car shows with Tim and Melvin. Prayers for all the family.
I need my precious, kind, loving, gentle sweet brother back. I need him back so bad.
It’s almost been a year since you’ve passed. My heart still aches whenever I think about how we’ll never see you again. I miss your jokes, your laughter, I miss the way you were able to light up a room with your smile. Things just aren’t the same without you Uncle Timmy. I miss you so much it hurts. I wish you could come back.
Still missing you everyday Uncle Tim! Not a day goes by that I don’t think of you. I look at your picture hanging on my living room wall everyday wishing to see your smiling face! I love you always Uncle Tim and I’ll always cherish the awesome memories we have of you!!!