Timothy Joseph George Ahler

timothy george ahler
Timothy Joseph George Ahler, 61, of Essexville, our helpful, loving, and kind husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend passed away unexpectedly on Monday, December 3, 2018 with his family by his side. Tim was born on December 7, 1956 in Bay City, the son of Robert and Myrtle (Prime) Ahler. Tim attended Garber High School, where he was known as “Spider” to many, it is also where he met the former, Suzanne Vasquez. After reconnecting over the years, Tim and Suzanne were married in June of 2009. Tim worked for General Housing and then went on to open his own business, Web Painting – “No Corner’s Out of Reach.” He belonged to Essexville Baptist Community Church and was very proud of his children. Those who knew Tim, know of his love of deer hunting, bowling, golfing, Indy car racing, playing softball, and being with his family – especially his grandchildren, they were the light of his life. Tim leaves to cherish his memory, his loving wife Suzanne; his children, Taren (Mike) Socier, Dan (Kristy) Ahler, Ashley Ahler, and Timmy (fiancé Bonnie) Ahler; step-son, Christopher (fiancé Jaime) Peglow; grandchildren, Streeana, Koral, Morgan, Caiden, Caitlyn, Laekin, and Lilly; his father, Robert Ahler Sr.; siblings, Cathy (fiancé, Rod Loney) Ahler, Connie Davis, Cindy (Steve) Linton,  and Robert (Ebbi) Ahler; brother-in-law, Fred (Angela) Vasquez; sister-in-law, Mary (Mark) Carelli, along with many nieces, nephews, and friends. Tim was welcomed home to heaven by his mother, Myrtle and mother-in-law, Eloisa Vasquez. Tim’s family will be present to receive visitors on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 from 2:00 PM until the time of Tim’s 4:00 PM Memorial Ceremony at Essexville Baptist Community Church, 1001 Main St., Essexville. Final arrangements have been entrusted to Skorupski Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Memorial contributions may be directed to the wishes of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. How wonderful that you all have such WONDERFUL memories of Tim! I pray those memories will help you through all the days of sorrow and the thoughts of this LOVE will make you smile when you are sad and warm your hearts- he’s not gone he’s just walked into another room and when you need him close your eyes and you will feel his arms around you again. Love, hugs and prayers.

  2. My heart breaks for all of you. God comfort you all. Love you. Many memories with this handsome man. Till i see you again keep those dancing shoes polished

  3. There will never be the right words to explain how much I’m going to miss you. You are such a huge part of who we are. I love you daddy and may you finally be at peace?

  4. In the recent months we had come to know what a great guy Tim was. We are saddened by this news. Our condolences to his family. He talked about all of you often. We will sure Miss him. RIP Mr. Tim?

  5. I went to Immanuel with tim, even confirmed also. He was a cool guy and friend. Til we meet again, my friend!

  6. Tim was a kind, funny and loving man. He loved life spent with friends and adored his family. Lot of great memories growing up. Tim will be missed by all of us who knew him.

  7. To the Alher family

    Our Deepest Sympathies and Heartfelt Condolences.

    Praying for peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and all of the loving memories you have of Tim, to forever hold in your hearts.

    Tim and Sue Lathrom and Family

  8. Prayers for all of you for God’s peace and comfort. Tim received Jesus as his savior and he is in heaven with those he loves. We will see him again.

  9. Thoughts & Prayers to ALL of Tim’s Family. We have lost another Good Man too soon. May the memories made over the years provide comfort during this difficult time. Race weekends at MIS and Indy were always more fun when Spider was in attendance. I can still see him performing some of his signature dance moves in the infield, and that will always bring a smile. He recently did some painting for us, he was so meticulous and thoughtful. An artist really. You will be missed, and remembered my friend. Godspeed Timmy

  10. Loving father,grandpa he enjoyed his family so much. Great competitive player in modified softball .one of the best pitchers I’ve ever played with. We will all miss Tim greatly

  11. Suzanne my heart breaks for you and your family. I know how much he loved you and all the kids. I am glad I run into him a while back. A good man gone way to soon. Prayers to you all!

  12. Dear Suzanne and all of your family (including Tim’s brother and sisters …Bob Cathy Cindy and Connie and My Uncle Bob and Eunice)…as a cousin of Tim’s I want you to know we have you all in our hearts and prayers. Timmy was adorably “sweet” always. It is so wonderful that you two found each other after a while… that you had each other is truly a gift, as your families grew. I loved reading about his life and you Suzanne because I mostly knew him in our younger years. I could not let this moment go by without you knowing that his extended family is proud to have known him as one special guy! Love and God’s strength be with you all during this sad time. Judi (Don and LaVerne’s daughter)

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