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Timothy Mahoney

January 19, 1959 - July 26, 2013


3:00-5:00 P.M. Monday, August 5, 2013. at Rabanus Park, Fargo.

Following a private graveside service, all friends and family are invited to a memorial gathering and luncheon from 3-5:00 P.M.at Rabanus Park, 4301 18th Ave SW, Fargo, ND.

Funeral Service:

 A private graveside service will be held.


Springvale Cemetery, Fargo.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Timothy Mahoney

January 19, 1959 - July 26, 2013


Timothy John Mahoney, 54, of Fargo, passed away July 26, 2013.  Tim was born January 19, 1959 in Moorhead, MN to Patrick and Joyce Mahoney.

Tim is survived by his son, Timothy Higdem, formerly of Fargo, and 3 stepchildren; Amanda, Steven, and Jeffrey; 4 brothers; Dennis, Kevin, Chris, and Brian Mahoney, all of Fargo; 3 sisters, Colleen Domier and Kathy Matuska of Fargo, and Tracey (Richard) Lebus of Lake Park, MN.

Tim was preceded in death by his parents.


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12 responses to “Timothy Mahoney”

  1. Kathy Johnson says:

    Harwood ND
    I was so saddened to hear of your passing. I remember fondly of being friends when we were kids. I wish we could have kept in touch. Even though I have not known you as an adult, I am sure you will be dearly and deeply missed and forever remembered by your family. Rest in peace with God.

  2. Shannon Oye Brekhus says:

    Am so very sorry for your loss. Prayers of peace and happy memories to your family.

  3. Jeff Higdem says:

    Fargo ND
    you werent suposse to go so soon..thank you for everything youv ever done.. Rest in Peace to the only Dad Ill ever know!!!

  4. Paul Saastad says:

    Halstad MN
    Please go in peace with the knowledge that you will always be loved. Your friends and family will always miss your presence.


  5. Amanda Marie Higdem says:

    Ontario OregonI couldn’t leave out the MIcheal Bolton Poster you got me that I really wanted 🙂 I wish I still had it..We love you Tim!! May you rest in Peace and never feel an ounce of pain And ~Never Stop Singing~

  6. Amanda Marie Higdem says:

    Ontario OregonTim no matter how long its been since we were all a family.Nothing will ever take all those years away from us,and they will never fade.We might not have had it all together but together we had it all.You gave us the best baby brother anyone could ask for.And even though we called you Tim,To evryone else you were “DAD” ..I sit and cry and laugh and wonder what it wouldv been like if my girls wouldv had a Grandpa.I remember when Taylor was born and whenever we brought her to your apt you had that sparkle in your eye 🙂 …….Cruisn around listening to kool oldies 95 lol you knew evry word to every songand id think to myself How does he remember all that??As a teenager I would wait for you to go to work at Northern pipe so i could go bother for money togo hang out at the mall.I would never ask you at home cuz youd make me do choirs first.when Grampa passed away you remodled Jeffereys whole room and put all Grandpas stuff in their for him.You worked do hard and it looked So nice.

  7. jessica belgarde says:

    fargo ndWhen I met u the first time with steven you gave us your last pennies so we could ride the bus. You were a very kind hearted gentle spirit. Now that your pain is gone may you Rest in peace.

  8. steven higdem says:

    fargo ndRest in peace Dad.

  9. tim says:

    twin falls idahoMy dad was such a simple man I remember him say once that he just wanted to be buried in a box with a pillow and blanket. I love you Dad. I wish we could have seen each other one last time before you passed. I will see you again in heaven.

  10. Colleen says:

    Tim, We missed so much time together but with the weeks I just got to spend with you those years apart just drifted away. I will miss you and think of you often you will never be forgotten and will be forever in my heart.
    Growing up with you as your little sister in our younger years I knew you would be around to fight off anyone that even was thinking of pushing me around.
    I remember playing in the big sandbox and eating sand pies and the whirlybird who could forget that? And I remember the hours we spent playing battle with your G.I joe’s
    Well big brother your biggest battle is done you gave it a good fight but it’s time for you to rest now but I know you will be watching over your little sister.

  11. Fargoan Crew says:

    You will be missed. Tim was a great dad and a hard worker. Tim was a friend.

  12. Timothy Higdem says:

    It’s been almost six years and it doesn’t get any easier being in this world without you dad. I will never forget the time we had together. I’ve been thinking about you a lot lately, I’m happy to say that I’m gonna be a dad come September. It’s a girl and I will make sure she gets the chance to know everything about you. I know you would have been very proud to be her grandpa. I miss you so much I love you dad. Continue to Rest In Peace and I will see you someday in heaven. Love your son.

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