of Yellville, AR
June 1, 1961 - April 2, 2022
Timothy Bruce Elam, age 60, of Yellville, Arkansas passed away Saturday, April 2, 2022 at his home.Timothy was born June 1, 1961 in Yellville to the late Ralph and Sue (King) Elam. A lifetime resident of the area he had been employed as a loader operator for Anchor Stone. He graduated from Springdale High School in 1979. He enjoyed fishing and watching the St. Louis Cardinals. Tim enjoyed life.Mr. Elam is survived by three sons: Aaron Elam of Springfield, Missouri; Dustin Thompson of Oklahoma, Zachary Elam of California; his brother Steve Elam of Yellville, Arkansas; one grandchild, and numerous aunts and uncles; nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents, and a brother Wayne.Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association.Arrangements are by Roller-Burns Funeral Home in Yellville.
Sorry for the family’s loss prayers
Tim was such a positive person to be around. His brother Wayne and I were friends from Little League but Tim was always around and that was okay because he was a cool kid. I’m so sorry about his passing. Prayers for all his family and friends.
Steve I am so very sorry to hear of Tim’s passing , he will be so missed by everyone that knew him. I always loved my hugs from you and Tim , my thoughts and prayers are with you and family .
I knew Tim in high school. I have not seen him since. This is such sad news. Tim was always the nicest guy. Condolences to the family.
We are sorry for your loss.
Tim was definitely one of akind and will missed.. They say make time for family and friends because your never promised tomorrow. No truer words we ever spoken. You will be missed my friend.
Good friend for many years. His dad and mine coached together and both our families were close.RIP till we meet again!
Tim was always a happy gracious guy for as long as I have known him (at least 50 yrs). It is a sad day for all his friends and family. God bless Tim, you were a dandy!
Steve,We are so sorry for your loss. Visits were always so much fun with you and Tim, we were ensured of multiple laughs. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Please know, Tim was so fortunate to have you as a brother. You were truly there in his time of need. Through your love and long hours of hand holding, Tim was able to feel the presence of God!
Tim was my dad’s nephew. He was closer to my brother’s age , but he was my cousin and even though we didn’t see each other a lot , I still loved him and he was really a deep down good guy. I kept up with him on Facebook and would comment on his post especially about our St.Louis Cardinals. Never got to meet his boys but I know they need prayers especially losing a dad at such a younger age. Steve I’m praying for you and your kids as u are dealing with Tim’s death. I just realized that Wayne had passed , I don’t recall him dying too but I forget things a lot after hitting 50 last April. I pray God gives you guys peace and comfort knowing Tim is no longer in pain. I’m so sorry I will not get to come to his viewing or memorial but know u guys are in my thoughts and prayers and We luv u guys very much , even though we don’t see each other any more since I live away from NWA. ❤️🙏❤️
So very sorry to hear this. Many prayers to his family and friends. I graduated with him in 1979.
Lots of fond memories my friend, GOD be with you🙏🙏🙏🙏
I remember Tim coming over the loud speaker in 1981, announcing a women in the check out line was trying to steal a watermelon. I was 9 months pregnant, and had a small body with a huge stomach. He thought that was so funny. RIP Tim.
So saddened by Tim’s passing. Many memories of watching him play baseball during high school, (and his dad coaching!) One of the nicest people ever. Praying comfort over his family and friends. 🙏🏻
Tim and I played little league baseball together and graduated high school together and many more memories. He was a great person.RIP buddy. Your be missed.
Tim and I played football and baseball all thru High School. Not only was he a really good athlete but a great friend. He was liked by all. May you rest in peace with our Lord for eternity
I wish we could have went on that fishing trip. It would have been good to catch up. We had a few laughs back in the day. See you on the other side my brother.
You will be missed, Uncle Tim! It was a privilege to know you. ♥️
I remember Tim so fondly. He was always kind and was well respected. Rest with the Lord my friend.
Fly high my brother and best friend you are already missed rest in peace
I played a lot of backyard football with Tim. We both worked at Harps Food Store in High School. Tim was liked by many people.
Rip my friend