Timothy Peters

Timothy Peters, 69, passed away on Monday, March 5, 2018. Born in Detroit, Michigan on July 1, 1948, he was the son of John and Colleen Peters. Tim was a Sergeant in the US Air Force, serving in the Vietnam War.

Tim was a Research Technician for the Texaco Research Center in Beacon, retiring early and then returning to work for STP Brookfield Research and Omni Royal Care in Malta. He was a member of the Rotterdam Elks Lodge #2157. Tim enjoyed spending time with his family especially his grandchildren.

Tim is survived by his wife Rosalie and their children Brian Peters and Tara Moore (Rick); grandchildren Jonathan Moore, Marissa Moore, Nicole Moore, Matthew Moore and Devin Moore; siblings Judith Baranik, Susie Vipond (Randy), Kathy Valente (Rick), Danny Peters, Pat Peters, Thomas Peters (Kathy) and Mary Calhoun (Rob); sister in law Cynthia Falcone (Richard); and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Sunday, March 11 from 2pm to 4pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. Funeral services will be held 10am Monday, March 12 at the funeral home. Burial with military honors will follow in the Gerald BH Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, Duell Road, Schuylerville.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in memory of Tim may be made to Autism Speaks at www.autismspeaks.org

Guest Book

Joann Fayo-Perry..

So sorry to hear that Tim passed away....Sincere condolences to Tim's family and friends....always a great time with Rosalie. Tim, Tara...our family along with others during our Swim Years are great moments to cherish....we will never forget....and Tim always with a happy and a beautiful Smile...Rest in Peace God Bless all during this time....sincerely, Stephen and Joann M Fayo-Perry family..

Robin Charles-Hutcheson

My heart goes out to the Peters family as well as all the others who knew and loved Tim. I'm a friend of Sue's and have enjoyed listening to the fun stories about her and Randy's visits with Tim and Rosalie! I've never met Tim but if he was as selfless and generous as his sister, Sue, he's left quite a legacy. Again, my condolences and prayers.

Marie (Arbour) Charest

My condolences to Rosalie and family and Tim's extended family. I have fond memories of Tim and Rosalie and all the Peters. I am so sorry for your loss.

Vanessa Clemmensen, Mrs. D and all of Small Wonders Preschool

Wanted to express our deepest condolences to your entire family during this hard time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always.

Michelle and Shane Rund

We loved Tim and will miss him very much.

Carole Caplett

Dear Rosalie
My prayers are for Tim who is your angel in heaven to look down and be there for you. Whenever you need him he will be there for you. I know you will understand this as time goes on. You and Timmy are very special relatives of mine. Life is better to have you in it and to have been so privileged to know Timmy. You are welcome in my life any time

Love and Gods blessings to you. Aunt Carole

Terri Heffley

My love to all of the family through this hard time. I'm sorry I didn't get to meet Timmy. Pat always speaks very highly of his brother.

Carmen Salvemini

Dear Rosalie, children and grandchildren, My sincere condolences on the passing of a great man. Tim was a tireless worker for his family and his community. I will always fondly remember all the wonderful times we had working with the Jaycees. My prayers go out to you in this time of terrible loss.

Susan Peters Vipond

So many great memories of growing up with my brother and yet I wasn’t prepared to quit making more....
I will miss my brother's smile, his joking with me and the special times we spent together on our trips.
Timmy was such a kind and humble man with very few “needs and wants”. I was lucky to be his sister!!!
We will continue to keep the Timmy’s memories alive with
his family.

Annie Bubniak

You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Tim and I were just talking about the length of time I've been cutting his hair, almost 15 years. Through that time we've had many conversations, mainly about his beautiful family and the Mets and Yankees. He always had a smile. Family is everything, stay strong at this very difficult time. He is an angel and will always be in your hearts. May you rest in peace my friend.

Chris Edge

Thoughts and prayers to all of Tim's family. Very sorry to hear of his passing.

Judith (Peters) Baranik

My heart is aching for my brother to be here, I miss him so much. Love to Rosalie, Brian, Tara and family. We will keep his memory alive for Jonathan and Marissa.

Marsh, Joyce, Jase, Andrea, Barrett & Meg Merrill

So sorry to hear about Timmy. Our condolences to Rosalie, Brian, Tara and your families

Tony and Jeannie Ciccone

Rosalie and Family: So sorry to hear of Timmy’s passing, he was the best neighbor a person could have always there with a kind word or a good deed. When my dad was living he could always depend on Timmy, from grocery store trips to talking Baseball Timmy was always there for him. Stay strong and remember the good times. He will always be in our thoughts.

Dorothy Brophy

Tim was a kind, gentle man. My condolences to his family.

Bob Markel

So very sorry for your loss

Robert Calhoun Jr

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Peters Family. May God bless you.

Mary Calhoun

My heart is empty at the loss of my brother. Prayers to all the family.

Al and Lois Burnham

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We will always be thankful to have enjoyed his friendship and the wonderful memories from family gatherings.

Sorry we can not be with all of you, but our hearts are in NY with all of the family.

Stephen Ference

What a blessing to have had Tim as our neighbor; he was a great friend and a great man. I will never forget our talks, the fun visits to the Lodge, his pride in his family and especially his grandchildren, and how kind he was helping my family in so many ways. We would help snow blow each other’s driveways trying to help each other but it would work out to the same amount of time. He was always thinking of us. I remember the huge bags of popcorn he would bring in the morning for the kids and my family if he had gone to the Lodge the night before. After we moved I missed all this, including my Mets updates, but I looked forward to our more infrequent visits. Now I know how great a friend you were to me and my family—-as I truly miss you. A class act through and through, undoubtedly looking down at us from a top spot in heaven. My heart goes out to his whole family, and especially Rosalie. With true gratitude for friendship, I hope to see you again someday.
With Love,
Steve Ference

Bethany, Steve and the girls

We will always remember Timmy for his kindness, generosity and smile. The girls loved his gentle spirit and we are thankful for all of his knowledge that he shared with us.

George Stafford

So sorry.