Timothy "Tim"

Timothy W. “Tim” Aberle, 63, of Wadsworth passed unexpectedly October 25th,2020. He was born April 24, 1957 in Mobridge, SD to the late Mike J. and Catherine M. Aberle. The youngest of thirteen children; he is survived by Pauline, Lucille, Leo, Lori, Marj, Steve, and Trish, and preceded in death by his brothers Junior, Nick, Jim, Joe and sister Dorothy.
Tim was a Great Guy. Not Verbose, but full of solid wisdom and insight, calm, care and of course a guaranteed sarcastic wit. Foremost, Tim was a Wonderful Loving Husband (Sharon) and Father (Nathan-Tyler). Cared deeply for his mother-in-law Virginia Hopkins, mourned the loss of his father-in-law Richard F. Hopkins Sr., brother-in-law Rick Hopkins and cherished his relationship with brother-in-law Fred Hopkins
In his youth it was a gas station, lifeguard, construction, whatever to make ends meet. Waiting tables in college and lured as a young adult within the Restaurant Industry. An Entrepreneur, Tim invested his honest integrity establishing and growing his real-estate Title Company, T-Title Agency Inc-Wadsworth with his ‘work-wife’ Beth and accountant-friend Greg.
Tim fostered a passion for the city of Wadsworth and the Youth of his community. For many years he played an active role with WYBSA and wanted every child to learn the-game-of-baseball, and to realize what it meant to-be-part of a team. He unconditionally took on a challenging ‘lineup’ and invested in each, to make sure each, understood that it took individual commitment and invested effort to make and reap the rewards of a true formidable team. Winning wasn’t everything to Tim. When the Wadsworth Browns needed help, and they asked Tim to get involved…Tim volunteered again, even though ‘Coaching Football’ was not an experience he had, he invested his heart and his talents to grow that organizations strength, anything for ‘the kids’. The lifelong philosophy of Dedication to Team, ‘We’ not ‘I’, transcended any endeavor Tim was part of, on-or-off a field.
Tim was an armchair athlete of every sport, should have been a play-by-play announcer, always a hard cover book in hand or crossword. Appreciated a plethora of genre in Music and an impressive stereo system to amplify and blast it loud. Loved to cook, share special meal celebrations, and very little beats a perfect medium-rare ribeye and loaded baked potato, “no chives”.
Born and raised Roman Catholic, he engaged the Protestant Faith raising the boys and has attended NorthSide Christian Church for at least a decade. He was a Faithful Christian Man and We find comfort knowing exactly ‘where’ he is now. Tim remains a child of God.
Although postponed, the family will receive friends 10am-1pm Saturday, November 14 at the Hilliard-Rospert Funeral Home, 174 N. Lyman St., Wadsworth where a funeral service will be follow at 1pm.

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