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Timothy David VonCannon

August 17, 1961 ~ January 8, 2022 (age 60)

Obituary

Winston Salem – Mr. Timothy David VonCannon, 60, passed away January 8, 2022, at his home. Tim was born in Bristol, Tennessee August 17, 1961, to the late Joann Anderson VonCannon and the late Donald Lee VonCannon.  Surviving are his loving wife Sara, one son, Adam, and his canine buddy, Max, all of the home; one sister, Jessica Armstrong (Jeff) of Winston Salem; two brothers: Lee VonCannon (Amy) of Crofton, MD, and Michael VonCannon (Samantha) of Sherrills Ford, NC; one niece, several nephews, many special cousins, aunts & uncles, in-laws, and friends.  

Special thanks for support during his illness to our family, church, friends & co-workers, and the care team at:  

Novant Health Cancer Center - Abigail Wall, reception; nurse, Anita Allred; Sara Bridges; Oncology Dr. Giordano, Dr. An & PAs; all the Infusion Lab nurses, especially Cody and lab PA, Hope Beechum.

Carolina Pain Institute, Dr. Carrie Johnson and staff 

Gastro Associates of the Piedmont,  Dr. Blake Scott and staff

Novant Infectious Disease Specialists, Dr. Michael Morgan - you rock!

Novant Wallberg, Dr. Daniel Myers and staff

Kernersville Walmart Neighborhood Market Pharmacy Team- Jenny, Josh, Tamara, Janice, Dylan.

 

A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date. Hayworth-Miller Kernersville Chapel is assisting the family.  

 

Memorial gifts may be made to:

The V Foundation for Cancer Research, 

Online at: www.v.org/TimVonCannon

By mail:  

The V Foundation for Cancer Research

   14600 Weston Parkway

   Cary, NC 27513

(include note to designate, or form https://www.v.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/FINAL_General-Donation-Form.pdf  or add to check memo line "Tim VonCannon memorial") 

 

Union Cross Baptist Church, Capital Expense Fund

   4350 High Point Road

   Kernersville, NC  27284

 

 

God has healed Tim and heaven is rejoicing. We are heartbroken now but know we will be reunited with him one day. He was my love and dear husband, Adam's awesome dad, a much-loved brother, uncle, cousin, nephew, son, co-worker, and a great friend to so many.  Tim fought stage 4 pancreatic cancer for 23 months. He lived the quote, “Don’t give up. Don’t ever give up.”  And he never did. He was so incredibly strong through many fierce trials in this life, but God's strength filled him. And carried him sometimes, too. Tim became a Christian & was baptized at an early age serving God in the Baptist church wherever he lived and since 2000, honored to be a member of the loving church family of Union Cross Baptist in Kernersville, NC, who have blessed us tremendously.   

  

Tim always made sure his family was cared for and worked hard to make sure we had what we needed. We never went a day without hearing, "I love you." Tim worked full time, until his death. His 33-year career in the Mortgage Insurance industry was spent mostly at United Guaranty (now ARCH) in Greensboro, NC, but the past several years as QA Manager at Essent Guaranty in Winston Salem, NC.  His work families and friends are a true gift and a blessing.  

 

While extremely dedicated to his work, Tim also cherished his time off.  Though private and reserved, he liked to have fun.  A genuine "guy," he loved cars & trucks, his recliner, coffee & donuts, meat & potatoes, grilling out, hiking & biking, spending time with friends and family, Elvis Presley, and watching his favorite sports team. A lifelong, unwavering NC State fan, it was always a good day if State won or if Carolina lost. Best if both at the same time.  

 

Tim loved travel and adventure, visiting numerous US states and several foreign countries.  He liked to visit the mountains and the beach.  Wherever we went, he wanted to be near the water.  Just not in it or on it.  We enjoyed RVing the past 6 years (Cub Scout & family tenting trips got upgraded) and camped often, even throughout the pandemic.  When at home, Tim relished our backyard campfires to relax in the evenings. 

  

The fire of love in our hearts will never go out.  We'll see you when God says it's our time to join you.  It's just a little while until forever. 

 

 

 

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