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Tim Boyette

Tim Boyette

Friday, August 24th, 1979 - Friday, October 9th, 2020
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Timothy “Tim” Paul Boyette passed away on Friday October 9th, 2020 in Portland Oregon. He was on his motorcycle on his way to work when he went down. Tim was born in Modesto, California, on August 24th, 1979 to his mother Jeanne Hathcock who he loved very much, and his father Bill Boyette.
Tim spent his days with his devoted wife Shannon who was his absolute best friend. They were together for 9 years and had just celebrated their 6th year marriage anniversary on the 4th of October. Tim and Shannon had many great years, but they both agreed that the last year and a half was their best. The couple loved to spend their days out with friends, going on motorcycle rides, or just relaxing at home with their pug Lana.

Tim always said that he didn’t like kids, but when it came to Shannon’s kids it was a different story. He was there for Shannon’s oldest Kayla through her recovery and supported her as she got clean. He was also there for Shannon’s youngest child David through his transition into adulthood. Lastly, Tim played a substantial role in helping raise Shannon’s daughter Allyson while she went through some of the hardest times of her life. This man who didn’t like children, had to meet all of Allyson’s boyfriends, would call and just talk with David, helped Kayla with whatever she needed, taught Allyson how to drive, made it to every grandchild’s birthday party, and would be on the floor playing with his granddaughter Addison every chance he got.

To Tim family meant more than just biological relatives. He became a huge part of Shannon’s family, but he also made himself apart of other families. He was a proud member of Solution Motorcycle Club where he had gained many brothers, and had a special relationship with the men that he prospected with. Tim was also a part of the 701 Operators and engineer’s union, where his goal was to be a crane operator, which he had just achieved. Being a part of the union was also a huge part of his life.

Tim had spent the last year and a half working the steps and enjoying a sober life with his family. His brothers Darryl, and Erik played a huge role in his sobriety alongside his Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor and other members that attended his AA meetings. Tim took his recovery very seriously and he was devoted to making himself the best version he could be.

He is survived by his wife Shannon; his mother and stepfather Jeanne and David; his childhood best friends Paul, and Kyle; his children Kayla, David, Allyson, and her husband Austin; his grandchildren; and all of his Solution Motorcycle Club family.

Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson's Tribute Center • Celilo Chapel 204 E. 4th Street, The Dalles, Oregon 97058. Visit www.AndersonsTributeCenter.com to leave a note of condolence for the family.
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  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 11th, 2020 | 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    When
    Sunday, October 11th, 2020 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    Location
    Anderson's Tribute Center - Celilo Chapel
    Address
    204 E. 4th Street
    THE DALLES, OR 97058
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Shannon Boyette

Posted at 07:07pm
I will forever remember everything we did together . You are my best friend and soul mate . I love you forever
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Cheryl Riggs

Posted at 03:10pm
Tim and Kyle where best friends Tim was like my own son he will be missed dearly. I will keep all of Tim's Family in pray.
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Deanne & Jeff Morris

Posted at 09:36am
I am truely feeling you Shannon I have cried with you twice and am crying now . I keep hearing Fairy dust ? Does that mean anything ? We are so sorry
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Kevin Memley

Posted at 12:00am
Tim was my cousin. I have fond memories of our childhood when we would visit the family. He was always kind and had a smile. I wish I could have spent more time with him. He will be missed. My love and prayers go out to Tim’s family as they grieve.
Kevin
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Kevin Memley

Posted at 12:00am
Tim was my cousin. I have fond memories of our childhood when we would visit the family. He was always kind and had a smile. I wish I could have spent more time with him. He will be missed. My love and prayers go out to Tim’s family as they grieve.
Kevin
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