Member of Franklin Park Fire Department, Tim Monroe Has Unexpectedly Died

Tim Monroe Obituary, Death – We are very sorry to inform you that Lt. Tim Monroe passed away this morning as the result of an illness that was completely unforeseen. We are going to tell you this news despite the fact that it has left a bitter taste in our mouths and our hearts are heavy. Lt. Monroe provided the Franklin Park Fire Department with outstanding service beginning on the 13th of August in 1990 and continuing until the 14th of November in 2017.

His time there covered the years 1990 all the way through 2017. During this difficult time, we ask that you pray for his family and keep them in your thoughts and prayers. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you. Everyone is going to miss Timmy very much, and he left a significant mark on the lives of an uncountable number of people in the world of ice hockey as well as the fire department. Everyone is going to miss Timmy very much. The public will have access to additional information about the services in the following days.

this information will be made available to them. Sincere condolences from me. He exemplified the very definition of the word “gentleman” in each and every possible way. This ought to cause some cause for alarm. I am utterly flabbergasted and astonished as a result of this piece of information. During this trying time, we ask that you remember him and his family in prayer. Please keep them in your thoughts. During this time of testing, my prayer is that the Lord will envelop each and every one of you in his presence and provide you with the fortitude you require to get through this.

It has been brought to my attention that Tim has recently departed away in a manner that was unexpected. Throughout this trying time, I will continue to keep him, his wife Kim, and his girls in my thoughts and prayers. I am sure that they will need them. RIP Tim! I wish to express my gratitude to you for the help that you have provided to me in relation to this situation.