John Timperley II
March 30, 1976 – August 7, 2021
Age 45. Preceded in death by grandfathers, Paul Timperley, Tom Parker; grandma; Sylvia Leach, Uncle Greg Shipley; cousin, Aileen Martin.
Survived by daughter, Taylor M. Timperley; parents, Vickey and John P. Timperley; siblings, Dawn Timperley, Tracy Dunham (Chris); nephew, Drew Dunham; nieces, Caitlyn Dunham, Isabel Timperley; grandmother, Gloria Timperley; many aunts, uncles, cousins.
VISITATION: Friday, August 13th at 12noon to 2pm, with 2pm CELEBRATION OF LIFE at StoneBridge Christian Church, 15801 Butler Avenue. Memorials to be directed by the family. A Go Fund Me account has been set up to help Taylor with future expenses.
To view a live broadcast of the Celebration of Life, please go to www.heafeyheafey.com and click the “View Live Cast” button on our home page.
John was born and raised in Omaha Nebraska. He graduated from Westside High School in 1994. John worked for City Glass Company from 1993-2012 as a glazer, service salesperson, then a project manager. In 2011, he started working for his insurance broker license. John started full time as an Insurance Advisor for Health Markets in 2012. He won many awards including 2019 HealthMarkets Chairman Club Member and received his Personal Career Award in 2020 by hitting 1.5 million FYCRs.
He worked hard to provide a secure life for his daughter, Taylor, to drive many different fancy/fast cars, travel, spending time with family and many friends and most recently the purchase of his home. He spent his last days attending his annual “Guys Golfing Weekend” with some close friends in Lake Panorama, IA.
First and foremost, John’s life centered around his daughter. Everything he did was with Taylor in mind. John lived life fast… he loved driving fast cars, jumping out of airplanes, and doing anything that gave him a rush of adrenaline. However, he also had the most caring and nurturing heart and soul I’ve ever met. John was a helper. He would do anything for the people he loved, and even for the people he barely knew. I always used to tell him “you’re one of the good ones”- now I realize he was the best one. John built his whole life from the ground up. While Taylor was young, he focused on her though there was not much money to go around. As the years went on, John built an incredibly successful career around his desire to help others. He found pride in establishing an amazing home for himself and Taylor. John got a hot tub in the spring and checked on it every few hours – just to make sure it was perfect (which Taylor and I teased him about). He loved his car and was intensely excited about purchasing a new Corvette in the very near future.
In 2019, John experienced a serious health scare and had a new lease on life. He wanted to live and to love, and he did that with every ounce of his body and soul. In his short 45 years, John lived a lifetime. I can confidently say for myself and anyone who loved John, that his presence will be a void that can never be filled. We will miss that strong love and bright light that his presence always provided. But I know that he is somewhere still sending us that love and light that we will forever feel around us… until we are able to see him again.