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Timothy Bailor

Born: Fri., May 3, 1957
Died: Sat., Jul. 17, 2021


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Timothy E. Bailor, 64, of  20 Church Street, Tidioute, PA,  passed away peacefully in his home on Saturday, July 17, 2021 surrounded by his family.

Tim was born May 3, 1957 in Tidioute,  PA where he was a life long resident. He grew up on Kinnear Street, spending most of his time in the woods with his siblings. He was a 1976 graduate of the Tidioute High School, and following high school served in the US Navy. He married the love of his life, Kelly (Sphon) Bailor on March 8, 1984. Tim retired from the United Refining Company after working 25 plus  years. He once was an active member of the Tidioute Area Volunteer Fire Dept and served as a board member for the Tidioute Borough. In his off time,  he enjoyed camping and sitting around campfires with his family and friends. He will be most remembered for his funny nature. He was an outgoing, caring man who always had a laugh in store. No one could forget his infectious laugh or stories of his past.  

In addition to his wife, he is survived by 3 children: 2 daughters, Leanne (Will Aurig) Bailor of Tidioute and Emily (Justin) Sweitzer of Tidioute: 1 son, Jon (Brittany) Bailor of Tidioute; A goddaughter Delia Campisano; 5 brothers and sisters, Andra (Daniel) Quinn of Irvine, Dana (David) Borland of Tennessee, SuzAnn (James) Warden of Townville, David Bailor of Warren,  and Renee Bailor of Tidioute; 3 grandchildren, Ayden Bailor, Kaylee Sweitzer and Gavin Bailor; and several nieces and nephews.  

He was preceded in death by 2 brothers,  John and Steven Bailor; a grandson, Issac "Zeke" Sweitzer; a granddaughter, Ella Rose Bailor; and a nephew J.C. Warden.

As He requested, there will not be a service held. Tim wanted people to gather in a happier setting and “eat a lot of food.”

Friends and family are invited for a memorial picnic planned on Saturday July 31st at 1:00pm at the Island Park in Youngsville PA  McKinney Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Inc. 54 West Main St. Youngsville have been entrusted with the arrangements.   Condolences may be left at www.mckinneyfuneral.com

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Richard M. Sullivan
   Posted Mon July 19, 2021
It is with sincere sympathy that we offer our condolence.

Terry Hallock
   Posted Thu July 22, 2021
Barb and I send prayerful condolences to Tim's loved ones.I remember him as a student at Tidioute High.I did a lot of part-time work at United Refining and sometimes had a chance to catch up with Tim there.He was an all around good guy.God Bless.

Lara Larson
   Posted Sat July 24, 2021
Tim's friendly, sunny disposition and often humorous take on something are how I will always remember him. (I had the privilege of working with him a little when he was an operator at the Boiler House of United Refining.) I send my sincerest condolences to all of you who were privileged to know him well.

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