Henry “Tim” Krier, dedicated husband, father and friend to many passed away October 21, 2022 in Vero Beach, Florida.
Tim was born to Henry and Helen Krier in Massillon, Ohio. Tim attended Wittenburg University on a full football scholarship after graduation from Washington High School. Tim was an enthusiastic football player throughout high school and a lifelong fan of all sports. After college Tim returned to Massillon, where he met his wife, Peggy (Margaret Kenton) a registered nurse at Aultman Hospital. Tim worked for Superior Brand Meats where climbed the corporate ladder to upper management.
Tim and Peggy had a son, Tim in 1968. After raising their family in Massillon, they relocated to Ocean Pines, Maryland. Upon retiring they moved to Vero Beach, Florida.
Tim passed away October 21, 2022 in his home with family by his side. He leaves behind his beloved wife, Peggy; son, Tim and sister, Sally Grant.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and his sister, Sue Hindley who passed away in 2020.
No services will be held.
In lieu of flowers feel free to donate on his behalf to the Massillon Tigers football team or the Boys and Girls Club of Massillon.
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