In true McInerney/Nyberg style this was written too long, too grand and apparently cannot fit into the Washington Post obituary section without giving up 3 of his grandchildren as payment. What you see in the paper is 10 sentences of the below. Everyone partook is making this special... gear up people --this celebration of Timbo's life will be a fantastic send off. Just what he would have wanted, though he would rather be there, Timbo never missed a good party.
Timothy “Timbo” D.C McInerney, 75, longtime resident of Reston, VA, and for the last 16 years, resided in Ashburn, (Belmont) VA, passed away on June 9, 2019 at 6:25pm at home, surrounded by his family.
Timbo comes from a loving Irish Catholic family. He was born on August 21, 1943, the son of a gorgeous couple, the late Margaret and Raymond McInerney. They worked hard and always showed Tim to do the same. He was preceded in death by his brother Raymond (whom he adored) and his sister Clare (whom he always laughed with and loved so much). He is survived by his sister Tracy Gazzani, his brother Regis McInerney and youngest sister Marian Morrisroe. In addition to his siblings, he is survived by his loving wife of nearly 50 years, Kathleen, and her seven sisters (which were always the main subject of his humor) Maureen Keary, Patty Schofield, Anne Falanga, Eileen Cummings, Sue Cummings, Terry Fitterer and Mary Beth Valentine. He has 11 nieces and 17 nephews that all cherished him.
Tim grew up in Astoria, Queens, New York in a two-bedroom apartment with his five siblings and parents. He went to Sound Shore in the summers and attended Rice High School in Manhattan. He was drafted by the Marines and sent to Vietnam as a Corporal in 1967. He bravely served in combat and received two Purple Hearts. He served his country well, Semper Fi! He returned home to marry his wife Kathleen (Cummings) McInerney. They started their love story in September 1969, which only ended on the day he passed. They had three beautiful children, Rick McInerney, Ryan McInerney and Trish Nyberg, who went on to start love stories of their own to Mia, Melissa and Jimmy (Tim doted on and loved these three so much). Tim and Kathy raised their children showing them the importance of family, hard work, dedication and love. He joined Roger Kolasinski and Kol Bio Medical Instruments in 1975, becoming the longtime president, and eventually CEO of his beloved company. He worked behind his desk until he fell ill in March 2019. Timbo loved tennis at the Fox Mill pool where they had pig roasts and formed lifelong friendships. He loved to golf, finding more friends and fun at the Belmont Country Club. He was always laughing, loved to travel the world with Kathy, enjoyed summer beach trips to the Hampton Bays and Sandbridge, VA, where he dove into waves like a kid. He loved skiing out west and going to Bryce Mountain where they had a cabin. He enjoyed taking all the kids to have fun, especially enjoying the apres ski at the lodge. Tim enjoyed many seasons in Siesta Key Florida on the white sandy beaches and beautiful sunsets. He enjoyed mentoring and coaching his employees, partying with friends, and doing things for others. But most of all, his greatest love were his 10 grandchildren, who happily named him “Timbo.” Sophie (18), Alex (17), Johnny (16), Benjamin (15), Aidan (14), Lily (13), Addie (12), Quinn (12), Sydney (11), Timothy “Boo” (10). Timbo was the patriarch of this amazing, funny, generous, loud, loving, loyal and passionate family. He carried on the tradition of his parents to be the most loved man. The universe has a tilt and will never be the same.
We will celebrate him in style. Sunday, June 16th 12-2PM and 4-7PM at Adams-Green Funeral Home: 721 Elden Street Herndon, Va. 20170
The funeral mass will be held on Monday, June 17th at 11:00AM at St. John Neumann Catholic Church: 11900 Lawyers Rd. Reston, VA 20191
Reception to follow at The Belmont Country Club
In lieu of flowers you can send donations to:
Wounded Warrior Project
Donor Care Center
PO Box 758512
Topeka, KS. 66675-8589
Donate online: woundedwarriorproject.org
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Donation Processing Center
PO Box 758589
Topeka, KS. 66675-8589
Donate online: www.pva.org