Very sad to lose a good man ,He will live on with a great legacy in the hearts and hands thru his life's work.He was a treasure as much as his cues are and will always be ,you could ask for more out life then what he had .friends,family and doing something he loved
Who in our pool world doesn't know and respect his work.
Our thoughts go out to his loved ones! He will be remembered.
Sincerely Jerry Terrell 2
For a bit of nostalgia, here are a couple pictures from Tim's first brochure. He went on his own, after Joss, in 1978. The brochure was shortly after, about 1979 or so. For all the cues he built me, we never even talked price until he handed me the cue. And it was always reasonable, like an afterthought. With all of today's stories of dealing with cuemakers, Tim stands out as old school. A deal done on a handshake, many times. His kind does not come around very often.
On the second page, for those with good eyesight, is Bob Frey in the background. It was the Scruggs/Frey era. What a good time it was.
Bought an ebony six-pointer out of the display rack at Breakers in Pittsburgh in 1994. I still regret selling it and the It's George case I carried it in. Between the cancer and death of people close to him at least he's at peace.