Timothy Ray Heck

Timothy Ray Heck, loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and child of God went home on Friday, September, 29, 2023. Tim was born July 6, 1959 a son of the late Frank and Carol Hodge Heck. Having grown up in the CK area Tim graduated in 1977 from Ceredo-Kenova High School. He continued his education and received his Bachelor Degree from Marshall University. In the early years he worked for Diamond & Sutherland as a certified CPA. He then worked for Allied Food Industries and finished his career with Restaurant Enterprises. Tim married Karol McDonough and together they raised four sons who are the joy of their lives. He was a active member of the Twentieth Street Baptist Church in Kenova and liked to encourage others to believe and trust in Jesus Christ. From the very beginning of Spring Valley High School Tim has been the public address announcer for the Wolves Football Team where he will be greatly missed. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed fishing with his father and sons. While he was involved in church, work and his community, Tim was a dedicated family man who loved his family. Everyone who knew him would tell you what a great guy he was. Tim is survived by his wife, Karol; sons Christopher Heck, Aaron Heck, Tyler (Ashley) Heck and Caleb (Maria) Heck; grandchildren, Jailey, Joseph, James, Jensen, Bryce and Claire; one sister, Christi (Greg) Hay; one brother, Shawn (Sheila) Heck; his father and mother-in-law, Norman and Toqualee McDonough and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at the 20th Street Baptist Church in Kenova. A celebration of his life will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday, October 4, 2023 with Pastor Matthew Christian officiating. Burial will be in Spring Valley Memory Gardens. Rollins Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements and online condolences may be expressed at www.rollinsfh.com.

One Reply to “Timothy Ray Heck”

  1. An incredible person , faithful and devoted Christian , sincere and giving of himself , loving father, witty and funny…it’s a great loss for so many of us my dear cousin … thank you for the wonderful family childhood memories we all shared. I am happy that you are no longer having to suffer here as you have been called home … but still , you will be so missed.

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