Timothy Allen Eaves, 66, of Elizabethtown, entered into rest on November, 30 2019. He was born in Lancaster and was the son of the late Elmer and Rita Eaves. He will forever be remembered by his children: Duane Eaves, Dannielle (Eaves) Riker and son in law Lonny Riker. He truly adored his 3 granddaughters: Kiersten Horst, Raegan Riker and Destiny Coffield. He is survived by his Siblings, Barbara Eaves and Paul Eaves. He was preceded in death by his 2 Brothers, Dave Eaves, Steve Eaves and Sister, Maryann (Eaves) Brown. Tim was an amazing artist who also had a passion for working on models, riding motorcycles, attending air shows, live music and deep sea fishing with his closest friends. Tim will be missed but not forgotten. His memories will forever remain in the lives of all who knew him. Cremation Services of Lancaster (717) 273-6283
Timothy A. Eaves
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Tonight I found a diary account about a hitchhiking trip I took in March, 1974. Tim and Steve, along with Ed and Mary Reed and their daughter Giovanna, picked me up in Indiana and gave me a ride to Wheeling, West Virginia, and they gave me their names and addresses before they dropped me off. They were living in Lancaster, PA at the time. I appreciated the time I spent with them and the kindness and hospitality they showed me. I’m sad to see that both Tim and Steve have passed, but I hope their lives were wonderful and fulfilling, and I hope life is good for their descendants. Peace to all of you!
The passage of time doesn’t make the loss easier. I still expect our phone call every day; our visit every Tuesday.
Thank you for all you were in my life. I miss you every day.
Sincere condolences to your family & friends. Their hearts break, too.
R.I.P. Uncle Tim… Love you man. See you again soon.
I always loved Tim. We go way back in the day. Rest easy.
From the Cradle to the Grave, our Lord was always with you. Until we meet again, rest in peace Tim. From your sister, with love, Barbara
Until I see you again old friend RIP.
God rest your soul he was a blessing to all who knew him and those who didn’t rest well my brother .
God rest your soul he was a blessing to all who knew him and those who didn’t rest well my brother
So sorry to lose Tim, he always tried to listen to us. Lord bless his family, friend , and loved ones !! Peace, Bro !!
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow and give you strength to go on.
Aunt Sissy & Jonathan