Timothy Leo Menard

Timothy Leo Menard
Date Of Birth: 04/10/1960
Date of Death: 04/18/2021

Tim was born in Meriden Connecticut on April 10th, 1960. In 1998, he and his family moved West to Oregon where they settled until his passing on April 18th, 2021.

Tim proudly served his country in the US Army and then in the US Air Force Reserve where he was mobilized in support of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. He had a long career as a technical engineer with Hamilton Standard and Intel, then he became a freelance designer until his recent retirement.

Besides spending time with his family and friends, Tim had a passion for the outdoors and traveling. He has a “sappy” soft side with a big heart. He always has the jokes and could tell stories for days. Tim touched so many lives with his generosity and passion for life. He will be truly missed.

He is survived by his wife “Marty”, their children; Justin, Jessica, Samantha, James, and Taylor, 8 grandchildren and many more family members across the country.

A private interment will be held at Willamette National Cemetery the morning of April 29th. Friends and Family are invited to a celebration of life at Aloha American Legion Post 104 from 1-3 following interment.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project at woundedwarriorproject.org.

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  1. Michael R Brunetti says:

    My deepest condolences to Marty and all of Tim’s family. He was a good Airman and I’m proud to have served with him.
    I’ll pass on this news to the rest of the 42nd APS family. Again, my condolences, may he Rest in Peace and may God watch over your family.

  2. Francis L Riel says:

    My condolences to Tim’s family. rest in peace my friend.

  3. Anita Mancini says:

    I am truly sorry for your loss. I would like to offer Marty and all of Tim’s family my deepest and most sincere condolences and may his soul rest in peace. It was my pleasure to have served with Tim. May our friendship and prayers ease you through this difficult time.

  4. Aidan Prendergast says:

    I am surprised and saddened to hear about Tim’s passing. He was a fun-loving, one-of-a-kind great guy. I wish you all peace and comfort as you celebrate the life of this good man.

    Please accept my deepest condolences,
    Aidan Prendergast

  5. Steve Kukawka says:

    God Speed Tim and condolences to the family

  6. Gary Watson says:

    With deepest sympathy and sincere condolences to the Menard family on the loss of your loved one. I served with Tim in the 42nd APS at Westover ARB. He was a man well respected by his pears and supervisors alike. May piece be with you.
    Gary W. Watson, SMSgt, USAFR, Retired

  7. Lou Curto says:

    April 1988 Tim, Jack Pedro and I joined the “Four-Two” together, met MSgt Mike Brunetti, 42 APS Career Advisor and LtCol Dobson-Smith, 42 APS Commander, we shared Port Dawg training, Fly-Aways and Annual Tours as well. Good times and memories never die, Rest In Peace Tim..

  8. So very sorry for your loss.

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