KELLOGG – Eighty many years following his dying on December 7, 1941, Lloyd Timm is coming home. Lloyd was killed all through the attack on Pearl Harbor, whilst aboard the battleship USS Oklahoma. He will be received by his remaining family members, and laid to relaxation in Kellogg, MN, on Labor Day, Monday, September 6, 2021. Abbott Funeral Dwelling & Crematory of Wabasha, MN, will be assisting the household with arrangements.
Lloyd was among the the 429 crewmen who died that day on the USS Oklahoma. He remained unknown, buried in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, Hello. In 2015, the Protection POW/MIA Accounting Company (DPAA) commenced the process of identifying the unnamed crew. The DPAA was able to formally account for Seaman 2nd Course Lloyd Timm on September 27, 2019, when the company was in a position to match his DNA to residing relatives associates.
Lloyd Rudolph Timm was born July 24, 1922, in Kellogg, MN, to Rudolph and Clara (Graner) Timm. He was 1 of six youngsters. He graduated from Kellogg Substantial Faculty in 1940 and enlisted in the Navy in 1941. He was assigned to the USS Oklahoma. His brother, Warren, had also been assigned to the USS Oklahoma, but had been transferred to Jacksonville, FL, just prior to the attack. Lloyd was 19 a long time aged at the time of this death.
Remaining family members involve his niece JoAnn (Sammy Capone) Timm and nephews: John (Jan) Timm, Donald (Charlotte) Timm, Terry (Betsy) Timm, Scott (distinctive friend, Rhonda Roth) Timm, Keith (Carolyn) Timm, Dale Timm, Gary (Cheryl McCall) Rothbarth, Scott Rothbarth, Lloyd (Laura) Ness, Paul Lienke and several good nieces and nephews. Lloyd’s mother and father, brothers and sisters-in-regulation Gus and Bernadine, Warren and Dorothy, brother Elmo, and sisters and brothers-in-law Eleanor and Ray Rothbarth and Bonnie and Wayne Ness, as perfectly as nephews Dennis Timm and Bruce Timm, and niece Jeanine (Ness) Lienke are deceased.
His memorial support with total armed service honors will be held 11:00 a.m. Labor Day, Monday, September 6, 2021, at Greenfield Cemetery, Kellogg, MN. There will be a visitation from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 5, 2021 at Abbott Funeral Household, Wabasha, MN.
Next the memorial services, there will be a public perseverance ceremony of the Lloyd Timm Memorial Ball Industry in Kellogg. Lunch and beverages will be served subsequent the devotion.
Companies entrusted to Abbott Funeral Property & Crematory, Wabasha, MN. www.abbottfh.com.
Revealed by Winona Day-to-day Information on Aug. 29, 2021.