Timothy Eugene Martin, 45, of Burnsville, Virginia, passed away Monday, May 20, 2024, in Baltimore, Maryland.

He was born August 29, 1978, in Low Moor, Virginia, the son of the late Gene Arnold Martin and of Ruby Lee Conner Martin of Burnsville.

Timmy was a self-employed roofer. He was a country boy at heart, and loved his family with a ferocity that could not be matched by anyone. Timmy could bring a smile with his quirky comebacks and his warm hugs. He raised three children as if they were his own and showed them how a father should love his children. Timmy was a risk taker, extremely loyal, and very ambitious. He loved deer hunting, working on cars, and roofing. Timmy was a loving son, brother, father and partner who did what needed to be done. He was a wonderful provider and showed everyone what true love was. Timmy truly was a wonderful man. In his own words, “It ain’t nothing to it, but to do it.”

Timmy is survived by his mother, Ruby Martin; grandfather, Charles Conner; sister, Lisa Thornton and husband Michael with their son Zachary; niece, Kayla Day and fiancé Bailey “Junior” Jackson with great nephew, Remington Jackson and great nieces, Chloe Bennett and Piper Jackson. Timmy is also survived by his special friend of twenty-two years Carla Krsul, and special children that he helped raise, Daniel Krsul, Jessica Beverly and husband Michael with their children, Alexis Kramer and Michael Beverly II, Jacqueline Krsul and husband Thamar Smith with their daughter Harlem Smith.

Timmy was preceded in death by his father, Gene Arnold Martin; grandmother, Joyce Conner; grandparents, Sydney and Mabel Martin; niece, Samantha Day; and great nephew, Dakota Bennett; cousin, Mike Martin; and Haleigh Marie Cain, who was a special little girl that he loved as his own granddaughter.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 4, 2024, at McLaughlin & Young Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make donations payable to McLaughlin & Young Funeral Home to help with the final expense.

1 Comment

  1. I love you uncle. Hate your not here for me to hug you one more time or have you fuss at me for my filthy mouth. Till we meet again you keep everyone laughing and happy up there. And watch over us. RIP UNC TIMMY. We all miss ya and love ya..


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