Timothy A. Eggen

Mar 30, 2021
Timothy Eggen

Belmont — Timothy Alan Eggen was taken from us unexpectedly March 5, 2021.

Tim was born in Waterville July 29, 1974. He grew up in Waldo County. His most treasured childhood memories were made with his family and many cousins in Liberty.

In his youth Tim attended Belfast Area High School, where he was a state champion wrestler. He also loved skateboarding and as a teenager he skated competitively, sponsored by local businesses.

He worked for many years as an accomplished stone mason. He mastered many aspects of the craft, building stone walls and more on properties all over Midcoast Maine.

Tim had the heart of a poet. He was a passionate and talented artist and musician. He was an extremely gifted bass guitar player, and eventually formed a band with his jam buddies named Stone Crüe. They played local establishments, private parties and festivals throughout Maine over the years. His bandmates included some of his dearest friends.

Tim found great happiness and comfort in the company of his friends. He was intelligent, genuine, charismatic and would do anything in his power to help a family member or friend in need. Someone you could always count on to bring a smile or laugh, he was a bright light.

Around 2014 Tim moved to Florida to live close to his youngest children, Kaden Isaah James Eggen, Kaleb Mikle Eggen and Kali Ann Eggen. He resided there for just over five years before returning home to Maine.

Tim always had a deep love for his entire family and is survived by many who love and miss him greatly: his mother, Debra Carmichael, and father, Timothy Eggen; his aunt, Lisa Coombs, with whom he developed a very close relationship in the years before his passing; his sisters, Jess Eggen, Annie Pendleton and Nicole Gates, and brother Zachary Eggen. He is also survived by his son, Andrew, granddaughter Clover Carolyn Eggen, and grandson Aldus Cameron Eggen.

A memorial and celebration of his life will be held in the summer of 2021 on the day of his birth, July 29.

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