Great picture Joe, thanks for sharing. I often think of him. Here is a story I never shared I believe on the board about Tim. (If I did forgive me, as time passes one forgets sometimes…). I once asked him, "Tim, what is the origin of your surname? It sounds English to me, or Scots". He said, "I don't know, the first one came so long ago. There was something in the family about it being German". I (a friend but not someone super-close), replied, "Tim, I don't think it's German, it sounds English to me, the 'ley' ending in particular". I knew that he wouldn't take offence due to his good nature and intellectual curiosity. I said, "You know, you can check surnames on the Internet, sometimes you get a sense of where they come from". He said, "Really? Why don't you check then". I looked carefully to make sure he really meant it, and said, "Okay, I will". Some months passed and I had forgotten about it, then I saw a post of his online. So I searched a bit and found there was a record of people of this name in northern England in the late 1800's. The next time I saw him at a Gazebo, I mentioned it, and he said, "Cool, maybe it is English after all, thanks for checking". Of course, what I found may neither be here nor there, but he found it of interest because it interested ME. He loved people and was famously generous to a fault, with his time, other resources, everything. We all miss him who were privileged to know him. I always think of Cliff Michel when I think of Tim and many here know why. Cliff, I hope this finds you and your lovely family well. Let's raise a glass in joint memory of our late friend, and I ask all here who knew him to join in.