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Timothy Cobb

MORRISTOWN- Funeral services for Timothy L. Cobb, 71, of Morristown will be private. Mr. Cobb died unexpectedly on Saturday, January 30th, 2021 in Morristown, NY. Arrangements are under the direction of LaRue & Pitcher Funeral home. Timothy L. Cobb was born on February 11, 1949, in Ogdensburg, NY.  He was the son of the late Leonard H. and Gladys (Jellie), Cobb.  He was a graduate of Ogdensburg Free Academy and enlisted in the United States Navy in 1969.  Where he was a Seabee, a job that he was extremely proud of.  After his honorable discharge in 1970, he went on to have a career with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.  He worked as a Hospital Administrator for veteran’s hospitals in Buffalo, the Bronx, Puerto Rico, Brooklyn, and finally West Palm Beach, Florida where he was instrumental in the building of a new VA Hospital.  Tim was always an ardent defender and advocate for veterans and their respectful treatment.   On December 26, 1997, he married Christine Russo.   He enjoyed sailing, cars, working on his Jeep Renegade, and most of all spending time with his friends and family.  He is survived by his wife Christine Cobb, his brother Tom Cobb and his wife Melanie of Ogdensburg, his sister, Susan Smith, and her husband Andrew of Watertown.  His nieces and nephews; Kristin Worden and her husband Trent of Ogdensburg, Nick Cobb and his partner Crystal of Ogdensburg, Sarah Parish and her husband Nevin and Nate Sarkin and his significant other Tara Beltram also survive him.   He is survived by great-nieces and nephews; Alex and Peyton Worden and Brooke Cobb. Donations in Timothy’s memory may be made to in lieu of flowers to the Morristown Fire Department Antique Truck Restoration Fund P.O. Box 4 Morristown, NY 13664.

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This is a heartfelt message to Christine and all Tim's family and friends for such a great loss. Tim was on a constant mission always ready to help others, especially veterans. I will miss my lifelong friend and will hold dear the great memories we shared. May our Heavenly Father assauge the anguish of this family and protect them always.
With our deepest sympathy.

Tom & Sandy Bertrand Feb 6 2021 12:00 AM

This is a heartfelt message to Christine and all Tim's family and friends for such a great loss. Tim was on a constant mission always ready to help others, especially veterans. I will miss my lifelong friend and will hold dear the great memories we shared. May our Heavenly Father assauge the anguish of this family and protect them always.With our deepest sympathy.

Tom & Sandy Bertrand Feb 6 2021 12:00 AM

To the Cobb Family,
Sorry for you loss. Your in our thoughts and prayers.

Gary & Pat Mandigo Feb 4 2021 12:00 AM

To the Cobb Family, Sorry for you loss. Your in our thoughts and prayers.

Gary & Pat Mandigo Feb 4 2021 12:00 AM

With heartfelt sympathy I am so sorry for loss of Tim. He was a great guy lots of good memories

JoAnn Douglas Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Timothy Cobb

Diane Hebert Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM

We got to know Tim after moving into his complex. We became fast friends with him and Christine. We had many plans made for the coming summer. So sorry that we wont get to see them fulfilled. Our hearts go out to Christine snd his family. Enjoy those memories, as we learned from him, there were many. We will miss his humor and laughter and most of all, his friendship. Rest easy our friend.

Roberta and Mike Worden Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Timothy Cobb

Susan Smith Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM

Christine and All Tim's Family, So Sorry and Saddened to hear of Tim's passing,Thanks for the Memories My Friend,RIP

Jim and Sharon Dow Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM

Christine our deepest condolences on your loss. Tim was a wonderful person. Always enjoyed him when he came into Morristown Fuel and Supply. Thinking of you at this difficult time.

Ed & Tracy Gagnon Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM

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