Michael Todd “T-Man” Timmerman
Michael Todd “T-Man” Timmerman, cherished son of Gloria Timmerman Daniels, received an eternal healing on March 22, 2021.
Todd succumbed to complications following cardio-respiratory arrest and anoxia brain injury.
A Rosary will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at 2:00 pm with visitation following at Chance and Hydrick, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, Georgia.
Services will be held on Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 2:30 pm at Grace Fellowship Church of Augusta, 1725 Sibley Road, Augusta, Georgia. A reception follows at Knights of Columbus, 1501 Monte Sano Avenue, Augusta, Georgia.
Pallbearers will be Webb Smith, David Brooks, Terry Brogan, Edward Frails, Keith Reynolds, Jimmy Aranda, Cam Harison, and George Bush.
Todd graduated from Aquinas High School in 1985, spent one year at Augusta University, and transferred to Charleston’s Johnson and Wales Culinary Art School. Pursuing a career in food and beverage, wine became his passion and he worked in that industry several years. Todd later opened a coffee bar, “Hot Toddy,” in South Georgia. All of these would lead him to the world of golf.
Todd became a professional caddie. This took him all over the country and he loved caddying for elite clientele. Todd fell in love with the “Greens”: Augusta National, Sage Valley, Congaree, Baltosrol, Trump National, Pro-Am PGA Tournaments, Senior Am Tournament, and Old Chatham. Todd was proud to have caddied for Joaquin Niemann for four years, who won the Junior Invitational and will be in our own “Masters Tournament” this year. (He also worked as a sales director for Boston Hannan Golf Magazine in Chicago, Illinois.)
Todd had a unique and large personality and loved meeting people. Todd was a tremendous and extremely enthusiastic Georgia Bulldog fan.
Todd leaves behind two beautiful daughters, Addison Powell Smith of Blackshear, Georgia and Mia Arabella Timmerman of LaCross, Indiana; a fiancee´, Teresa Brewton; a stepfather, Myron Daniels; stepmother, Judy Farmer; sister, Tracey Redden; brother, Matt Timmerman; “Dad of his heart,” Jerry Armstrong, who gave him unconditional love and guidance; Heath Shelton, “Brother of his heart;” his father, Mike Timmerman; and was loved by many cousins. He also leaves behind a brokenhearted dog, Howie.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Golf Program at Aquinas High School or to Grace Fellowship Church.
Chance & Hydrick Funeral Directors, 2502 Richmond Hill Road, Augusta, GA, 30906.