Timothy Engh

timothy engh
Timothy David Engh Sr.  passed away on November 10, 2016 at the VA Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota. Tim, son of Geneva and Clarence Engh, born on April 15. 1949 in Minneapolis, MN. Tim graduated from Westhope High School. He went on to earn his Associate Degree at NDSSS in Wahpeton, ND Tim was drafted into the Army and served during the Vietnam war in Korea on the DMZ. He was clerk for the General on site. He was also on guard duty at nights on the DMZ. After he returned to the states,  he was a member of the ND National Guard for many years. Tim was the third generation to serve in the US Army. Tim spent most of his life in the oilfield. He had his own oil service business for many years in Williston, ND. He also was active in the oil business in Alaska,  Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. After returning to ND. He worked at Gremada Industries for many years. Tim is survived by his wife Ivy. They shared a happy marriage of 28 years. Tim's dearest friends Randy Mannin of Casper, Wyoming; Jim Meyer of Casselton, North Dakota; Dirk Monson of Galchutt, North Dakota and Mike Qualley of West Fargo, North Dakota also survive him. God Bless You All for being such great friends of both Tim & I. Tim was loved and cherished by so many people all over the US and abroad. He touched so many lives with his kindness, his laughter and his grace. We are so grateful to have him in our midst here on earth. Thanks for everything, Tim! We love you!   He is also survived by brothers: Jeff, Rick, Reggie and sisters: Peggy and Cassie. Children by previous marriages: Tim Jr, Clarence, Melissa, Jennifer & Tyler. He was preceded in death by one great grandchild. his parents and grandparents.   Memorial Service will be held on October 15th at 2 pm at the Fargo National Cemetery. The address is 8709 40th Avenue North, County Road 20, Harwood, ND.  

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  1. Ivy – Jessie and I are thinking of you during this time. Tim was a great man and I’m proud to have known him. Stay strong – we are here for you.

  2. Ivy, hard to grasp that Tim was called home. He will leave us, but with yours and Tim’s faith in the Lord, he will greet us at the gate when it is our time. His sense of humor, and this laughter will live on in our hearts, and hope it will fill the empty void left there now. Hugs Ivy

    Rest In Peace Tim

  3. Dear Ivy…I am so so sorry for your loss. I know Mr. Tim is up in Heaven with tundra and many other awesome animals and humans. I wish I lived closer so I could give you a big hug. Know that I am with you in spirit and praying for comfort for you. There are really no words at this time… just know that we are all praying for you and are so sorry for your loss. Mr. Tim was an awesome man ❤️

  4. God speed big brother! I love you and will see you in heaven one sweet day.
    Love from your baby sister, Cassie

  5. Ivy – We are thinking of you during this time of sorrow. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Lenny & Mary.

  6. Tim , my friend forever, we enjoyed some great times. We laughed until it hurt. You let me ride with you in your ‘hopped up’ Cutlass and beat the fastest car in Westhope. I STILL tell that story. I will never forget you my friend. Rest in peace. God bless the entire family in this difficult time.

  7. A great friend always. R.I.P Tim and God speed. Ivy, may you find comfort in the many great memories that you shared. As always much love and hugs and I’m always here.

  8. Ivy,
    We went through a lot in Jamestown, I never got to meet Tim, but know he found a wonderful wife and enjoyed 28 years with you.
    I know that Tim and Jim, my husband will be looking done at you and their love will touch you and all who attend the service. Jim knew all about you so you were not a stranger.
    My love to you and a big hug also.

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