Mendham & Peapack
Cliff posted a condolence
Friday, August 14, 2020
I didn't know Mr. Moyer well, but I met him a couple of years ago at an event featuring former DHS Secretary Tom Ridge. We sat near each other and we discovered that he was working on some investigations that was relevant to my work at a think-tank. I worked with him to provide information to help his investigations. I hadn't heard from him in a while and I found this when I googled him trying to figure out what he'd been up to. He was smart, professional, curious and eager to work with others to protect this country and our interests. I appreciated that.
Catherine Lowe Venketramen posted a condolence
Saturday, May 23, 2020
I was shocked to hear the news of Tim's passing in February. I worked with Tim in TFOS/FBI for about two years (2008-2010), he sat directly behind me. We spoke throughout each day. He always had a bottle of Pierre and a messy desk. I often heard stories about his children and their adventures - I remember thinking how lucky they were to have him as a dad! When I left to join another section, Tim bought me a small gift, which I still have. Up until I left the Bu in 2017, Tim was always kind, always offered assistance, and would stop you on the street to say 'hello.' He was one of a kind, I won't forget him.
Tom posted a symbolic gesture
Thursday, May 21, 2020
Tim was/is a one of a kind. I met Tim at the FBI in 2008 and immediately knew his expertise was unmatched. I will truly miss him randomly calling me and talking Army and about all the crazy things in the world. If you served this country Tim always had a ear and a bit of amazing financial advice. I wish I had listened to him in 2009 and bought that Ford stock he told me would skyrocket. I would be the millionaire he told me I would be if I had. His stories about Stanford - Harvard - Army and all things traveling the world are unmatched. I wish I had just one more call on our "system" so Tim and I could have one more chat so I could finally cash in from that amazing advice he gave. One day I will tell some stories about what Tim really was able to do. He was one of a kind.
Ian McLaughlin posted a condolence
Friday, February 21, 2020
I'll be sad to miss the memorial service, sadder still that I shall see him no more. There was a fine constancy to his friendship, and to his puckish grin. We shared some knowledge and appreciation for further lands- like Afghanistan in the good old days. Heartfelt sympathy for the loss to all his friends, especially Mina and the children.
Dennis Bolles posted a condolence
Friday, February 21, 2020
I'm was very sorry to hear about Tim's passing. Although I worked for the FBI for 28 years I didn't get to meet Tim until I retired and joined the private sector. Tim was instrumental in getting me involved in the TFOS Banker meetings. They were extremely informative and Tim did a great job coordinating the events with multiple public and private sector entities. He was the consummate professional and a true patriot and the Bureau will feel his loss. Dennis Bolles
Edgar Bates posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Tim was a good friend at Deerfield and we shared some great experiences. Years later I was surprised when he called me about an interest in serving his country. His patriotism was truly inspirational. My sincerest condolences to his family.
D. Paul DiMaggio Jr. posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
To Tim's Wife, Wilhelmina, and his children, I would like to convey my deepest sympathies on their loss. I roomed next to Tim my senior year at Deerfield, but I knew him my entire life at school. I was so pleased to see that he returned to the public the great wealth of education he had gained, by becoming involved with protecting our Country through the FBI, and I know Frank Boyden would have been proud of Tim upholding the teachings of Deerfield to "Be Worthy of Your Heritage". I hope he is enjoying the company of our other classmates, and I hope his family can take quietude in the knowledge that he is totally at peace. With Fond Remembrances, D. Paul DiMaggio Jr.
Anna lit a candle
Monday, February 17, 2020
Timothy was a constant and dear friend for at least 15 years, since we met on Amtrak from NY sometime between 2003-2005; we were both newly minted US Government employees. Timothy became one of my best friends over the past 15 years and best people I have ever met. He was a true friend - kind, considerate, and fun to talk to. We usually met after work for movies, ice cream or dinner. I usually treated Timothy to the movies and ice cream. His favorite flavor being coffee; sometimes coffee milk shakes. Timothy had a tremendous capacity for understanding the world and different cultures, was extremely well traveled and was an excellent person on many levels. I am one of those fortunate enough to have known him and I will always be grateful for that. I hope Timothy knows that wherever he is now. Best wishes on your way Tim!
Andi W. lit a candle
Saturday, February 15, 2020
While I worked with Tim for many years, I only had the pleasure of meeting him just once. I remember Tim seeking me out, knowing I had a young child, to give me a FBI hat and badge for my son. Tim was dedicated to his job and gracious to everyone that he worked with but always took time to ask about you and your family and spoke with great pride of his family. Tim is a legend and will be sorely missed by all that knew him.
The family of Timothy Bell Moyer uploaded a photo
Friday, February 14, 2020
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Mendham, NJ 07945
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Peapack NJ 07977
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