Kevin Timmons (1959-2018)

Kevin Timmons

Kevin T. Timmons, 59, of Schodack Landing, New York, and formerly of Cold Spring, died Aug. 28, 2018, at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, surrounded by his family.

Kevin was born in 1959 in Peekskill, the son of John and Elizabeth (Lewenicht) Timmons. He graduated from Haldane High School and attended Columbia University, where he played on the football team. He earned his MBA from Fordham University and was a chartered financial analyst.

At the time of his death, Kevin was employed by Trustco Bank as vice president and treasurer. He previously held positions at the Bank of New York, Barclays Bank, Poughkeepsie Savings Bank, First Albany Corp. and C.L. King & Associates.

Kevin took great pride in his ability to make his family laugh, groan or roll their eyes and never missed an opportunity to do so. He was a talented and prolific photographer and left his family with many beautiful records of their life together, especially their vacations on Cape Cod. He loved sharing his eclectic collection of music and books. Kevin was a pizza connoisseur and could direct anyone to the best pizza shops anywhere in the country and produced a quality product himself.

Besides his wife, the former Paula Kaufman, he is survived by his children, Sarah Davis (Lucas), of New Berlin; Alexander Timmons of Brooklyn; Nicholas Timmons of Madison, Wisconsin; and Emily Timmons of Schodack Landing. He is also survived by his brothers, John Timmons, Tom Timmons, and Richard Timmons; and his sisters, Michelle Hanna, Ginny Pidala and Dee Shaffer.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday, Aug. 31, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Rockefeller Funeral Home, 165 Columbia Turnpike, in Rensselaer. A funeral Mass will take place at 11 a.m. on Sept. 1 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Castleton, with interment to follow at Cold Spring Cemetery.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society (cancer.org) of the Butterfield Library in Cold Spring (butterfieldlibrary.org).


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