We see that you have javascript disabled. Please enable javascript and refresh the page to continue reading local news. If you feel you have received this message in error, please contact the customer support team at 1-833-248-7801.

ADVERTISEMENT

Timothy Heim -- Weaver

Timothy Carl "Tim" Heim, 56, of Weaver and formerly of the St. Charles area, died Thursday, Feb. 16, unexpectedly of natural causes.

Tim was born Aug. 11, 1960, in Rochester to Robert and Rose (Antonson) Heim. He graduated from Chatfield High School in 1979. Tim enjoyed farming the land near Saratoga that he grew up on, until back issues limited him. Tim married Lori Gravley Coyer in November of 1986, and they later divorced.

Tim was an avid Twins fan, enjoyed gardening, kayaking, college basketball – especially the Gophers. He also liked to cook healthy meats and vegetables in his slow cooker. Growing up, he had a twinkle in his eye and a mischievous and inviting smile. Being limited with his back, he was passionate with his physical training to remain strong. When attending church at St. Matthew Lutheran in St. Charles, it was important to Tim to dress his Sunday best with suit coat, tie and a hat.

Tim is survived by his four sons, Travis (Heidi) Coyer, of Rochester, Abraham Heim, of St. Charles, Luke Heim (Megan Comstock) and John Heim (Tess LaFrenier), of Saratoga; two grandchildren, Cody Otto and Elizabeth Gunter; his parents, Bob and Rose Heim, of Saratoga; his former wife, Lori Heim; siblings, Sara (Joseph) Chase, of Chatfield, Mark Heim (Heather Hunt), of Boise, Idaho, and Ruth Marie (Don Hall), of Granada, Minn.

Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in St. Charles, with the Rev. Samuel Morsching officiating. Burial will follow in Saratoga Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at Hoff Funeral Service in St. Charles. They may also call one hour before services at the church. Please share a memory of Tim and view his video tribute when it becomes available at www.hofffuneral.com. Memorials are preferred to the church.