In Memory

Timothy Kite

Timothy Kite Obituary

With both of his daughters by his side, Timothy (Tim) L. Kite, 68, of Billings, passed away Friday, March 8, 2024.

He was born June 21, 1955, in Billings, MT to Robert and Orpha Kite. He was the third of four children. Tim graduated from Billings West High School in 1973.

After graduating Tim married the love of his life Sharon Miller. They had 2 daughters, Michelle and Becki. Tim always strived to be the best husband and father. He worked for many years welding at Beall Trailers. Later in life he made the choice to obtain his bachelor's degree in business. Tim always wanted to be available and helpful to others, with this he put his amazing one-of-a-kind personality to good work and decided to obtain his Realtors License.

Tim & Sharon were looking forward to Sharon's retirement, they had plans of traveling and visiting family & friends among other things. Tim enjoyed every second with his family, he beamed with joy when any of his kids, grandchildren or great grandchildren were around. His family was always so important to him.

Tim was the person that would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. He had a heart of gold, so loving, caring and giving. He loved being a grandpa and great grandpa. Anyone knew if anything was needed, he would be there! He loved family get togethers, dinner with friends and just hanging out with all of us.

Survivors include daughters: Michelle (Rod) Dvorak, Becki Marshall; grandchildren Mariah Dassinger, Brianna (Tim) Foster and Jacob Dvorak; great grandchildren Maverick and Lincoln; sister Tammy Jones. Many nieces, nephews, cousins and so many friends.

A special thank you to Larry Barthel & Steve McDonald for always being around for our dad.

A memorial service will be held Friday March 22, 2024, 11:00am at Smith West Funeral Chapel, 304 34th St. W, Billings, MT.

Published by Billings Gazette from Mar. 19 to Mar. 20, 2024.

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03/22/24 05:03 PM #1    

Steve Ballard

Tim lived down the street during the school years. I wonder if that slug ever worked it's way out of his leg.

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