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Timothy Francis Healy

  • On November 29, 2022

August 13, 1957 – November 19, 2022

Timothy Francis Healy of Heidelberg, PA unexpectedly left us too soon at the young age of 65.

Tim was born and raised in South Orange, New Jersey. He has spent the last 35+ years calling Pittsburgh his home, starting a family there and cultivating friendships wherever he went. He was a proud owner of his own lighting and sign company.

Tim was a loving father of Elizabeth (Sebastian) Lulli and Alexandra Healy.

Tim is survived by his siblings Anne Callahan, Kevin, Lorna (John) Kenny, Liz (Scott) Healy-Kay, Paul (Cindy), Anita, Katie (Dave) Shaw, and his many nieces and nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.

He is preceded in death by his brothers John, Chris, and Patrick, his father John P. Healy Sr., his mother Anita Healy, his brother-in-law James Callahan, and his niece Catherine.

Tim loved golfing, his motorcycles, fixing anything and everything, vacationing at the Jersey Shore in Manasquan, NJ, his Irish heritage, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tim would want you to think of him any time you watch Jeopardy and have a sip of Makers Mark.

A service for family and friends will be held Friday December 2, 2022 at Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care located at 3287 Washington Rd McMurray, PA. The family will be receiving guests starting at 5:00pm and the service will begin at 6:00pm.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to a memorial fund established by his children.

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Timothy Michael Straub
There's a kinship our families share that couldn't be faked. Timmy epitomized the sort of love good men are able to express. I miss the sound of Healy laughter in my life. Peace and love to each and every one of you.
To Liz and Alex: I'll never be able to say how deeply sorry I am for your loss. I pray God brings you peace at this terrible time, and comfort in knowing your dad loved you to the depths of his soul and was so, so very proud of you both. And I understand why - two beautiful girls with gracious souls, like their dad. He'll always be with you, forever, until you're all reunited. To Tim's family: I know you've suffered many family losses these past couple of years; my sincerest condolences. Tim was proud of his large family and spoke fondly of you. I am truly sorry you've lost your loving brother, uncle, and cousin. To Tim's many friends and acquaintances: losing Tim has left an emptiness that only time can diminish; your memories of this magnanimous man will always bring a smile to your heart. To Tim: I miss you terribly, Timay. We were just beginning (as you told another couple the night we went dancing), but we were already great together - we were on a roll, and it was looking to be a long, adventurous, and very loving ride. The memories you've left me with are too few, but sweet and powerful. Thank you, love, for coming into my life, however briefly.
Tim became my best friend when I moved to South Orange when I was 7. We grew up together, playing little league baseball, hanging out in the field, sleeping over each others houses, sneaking out at night. We were mischievous little imps, I guess we just didn't know any better. I often go back in my mind to those years, hanging out with the Barry brothers, Blaise, Chris Healy and Chris Meehan and so many more. I lost touch with Tim when he moved out to Pittsburgh, but I have a few special memories of when we reconnected again,like the Winnebago trip out to PA with John Healy, Joe Zuzuro and John Evans and especially celebrating Chris's life at the Jersey shore. God bless Tim and the entire Healy family With deepest sympathy, Mike McGrath.