Timothy Harold Kinman

1958-2020Kinman, Timothy

On Tuesday, October 27, 2020, Timothy Harold Kinman, loving Husband, father of three children, and friend to many, passed away at the age of 62.

Tim was born on July 17, 1958 in Oklahoma City to Harold and Noma Kinman. He achieved his Associates degree in Criminal Justice. Honorably serving the city of The Village for 33 years. Following retirement, Tim served as the Public Safety Manager for Integris Healthcare System. He married The love of his life, Sandy K. Henderson (Kinman) on June 21, 1986, and proudly raised three sons, Matthew, Daniel, and Peter.

Tim enjoyed golf, motorcycles, many genres of music and of course picking on Sandy on Facebook. He had a passion for driving for the Lifeshare team throughout the state of Oklahoma and beyond on several occasions. He was an avid fan of the Oklahoma State Cowboys, Go Pokes. His grandchildren were the greatest joy of his life spending his free time playing, loving, and laughing. His honesty, loyalty, and sense of humor with those around him made him a fast and easy friend to all around him. He will be greatly missed.

Tim was preceded in death by his father, Harold. He is survived by his mother Noma, his wife Sandy, his three children and their families; Matthew and Katie with their children Oliver, Rowan, Piper, as well as one on the way; Daniel and Domika with their children Carter and Asher; and Peter. His brothers and their wives David and Tisha of Corn, Oklahoma, and Paul and Tammy of Edmond, Oklahoma and several cousins, nieces, and nephews and of course his rambunctious dogs Hollie and Hank with an endlessly growing following on Facebook.

Public visitation will be held from 1-6 p.m., Sunday, November 1, 2020 with family present to greet friends from 4-6 p.m. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 2, 2020 at Matthews Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery.

We will be live streaming this service in an effort to accommodate those people that wish to attend but feel they should not due to the health environment.  To watch the service CLICK HERE to go to our YouTube page.  Then click on ‘Videos’ then ‘Live Streams’.

Comments

  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you ~ his spirit and light live on. Love you all.

  2. Tim had such an easy going, good sense of humor and a kind heart. May the good memories strengthen you and may God’s love surround you. With much love to you all.

  3. I first met Tim when he worked for Pick’s Fine Foods Restaurant. He later became one of us, a police officer for The Village, where he retired as a Captain.

    Tim was a quiet, caring person who didn’t get excited when it came to police work. He thought things through and handled situations carefully. Even though I retired from The VPD long before Tim, I always admired his patience and caring nature when it came to his job.

    My heartfelt condolences go out to his family and especially his brother, Paul who I worked with and continues to oversee The Village PD. May God be with you during this time of sorrow. My prayers are with you.

    Jerry Koester
    Village PD (retired)
    Edmond, OK

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with Sandy and the whole family. Some of my best times at VPD were spent working on shift with Tim. Rest In Peace, Brother.

  5. My friendship with Tim goes back several years when he first started working for my parents as a busboy at their restaurant. Our paths continued crossing when I married a Village Police officer and then Tim
    was hired on the department. We shared many adventures and memories and just this last couple weeks we were Sharon’s messages with past photos I had come across in our early years. Like everyone, his humor, loyalty and personality will be greatly missed. God speed til
    We meet again. Kim Picken Stubbs and Bob Stubbs

  6. Jeff, Phillip and Tim grew up together and had a great friendship. A lot of hearts have been broken with the lose of Tim, but they will heal overtime and our memories will grow even bigger of how much fun we had (Picks Fine Foods Reunion at Thunderbird Lake, Trip to Las Vegas and many poker games). You will be greatly missed and our thoughts and prayers are with Sandy and family.
    Rest In Peace Tim Love Jeff and Nancy Winans

  7. Tim had the ability to touch everyone he came in contact with; a gift that is quite rare. Whether you were meeting him for the first time or had known him for years, you were immediately at ease and comfortable in his presence. His love of life, his family, his career, and his passions were a joy to watch. His loss will leave a deep hole in our hearts & our lives, but having known him truly made all of us better. I am thankful to have shared part of life’s journey with him as a co-worker and friend.

    My deepest condolences to all of the Kinman family .
    Angie Milligan

  8. We were so shocked and saddened to hear of Tim’s passing. He and I worked together at The Village PD for years, and shared many laughs both on and off duty. His sense of humor was unforgettable. He was a credit to his department and the community he served, and his family can be very proud of that service.

    I also enjoyed his original music and had the good fortune of tinkering around with that music with him from time to time and even harmonizing with him on a few occasions. His talent was undeniable.

    Tim has left us with an abundance of pleasant memories, and I am thankful to have been his friend. Our hearts, our prayers and our love are with Sandy and all his family.

    Phyllip (VPD Retired) and Susan Olive

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