Putnam Station: Timothy F. Eagan, 47, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, August 12, 2007, with his loving wife, Ruth, by his side .
Born on June 28, 1960 in Rutland, Vermont, be was the son of the late Bernard F. Eagan II And Teresa (Lavin) Eagan.
Tim was a long-time truck driver, who drove for many companies. He also orked for (‘P Railway. Ile had many hobbies, including spending time with his family, fishing, hunting and telling stories. He also enjoyed reading about trains, ships and history.
is predeceased by his father, Bernard F. Eagan II and two twin brothers, Peter and Paul.
He is survived by his loving wife of many wonderful years, Ruth A. Fagan , of Putnam Station; one daughter, Laura Eagan Kemp of New Mexico; his mother, Teresa Lavin Eagan and her companion, Ben Palmari of Hudson Falls; four brothers, Joseph Eagan of Glens Falls, Bernard F. Eagan III of whitebait and sister-in-law, Kerry Eagan of Mississippi, Cluistnpher Eagan and his wife, Joanne of Clemons and Arthur Eagan and his wife, Tammy of Whitehall; four stepchildren, Linda Leavens and her husband, Jim of Ticonderoga, Marianne Visicaro and her husband Bob of Clifton Park, Allen Wilbur and his wife, Marci of Clemons, Michael Wilbur and his wife, sue of Putnam Station as well as many grandchildren and great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and many friends.
At Tim’s request, there will he no calling hours.
A memorial to Timothy will be heard at the regular mass at Our Lady of
Hope Roman Catholic church in Whitehall on Saturday, August 18, at 4 PM. By
Fr. Michael Flannery, pastor, Following the mass, there will he a gathering for friends
and family at the home of Chris and Joanne Eagan atPike Brook Road
in Clemons, New York.
The family would like to give a special thank you in the Putnam Volunteer Fire Company and First Responders.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of a donation ii, Tim‘s
memory to the Putnam Volunteer Fire Company, State Route 22, Putnam Station, New York 12861.