Timothy S. Fehrmann, 51, of Sebastian, FL passed away January 15, 2022 at Cleveland Clinic- Indian River Hospital in Vero Beach, Florida.
He was born June 12, 1970 in Jacksonville, FL the son of David and Barbara (Koch) Fehrmann. He lived in Tennessee and Iowa and graduated from high school in Iowa. He then served in the United States Navy. He worked as a technician in the HVAC industry.
He had lived in Sebastian FL for 6 years having moved here from Iowa.
He is survived by his wife, Susan Fehrmann; Two sons, Tyler Fehrmann and Benjamin Fehrmann all of Sebastian, FL; His father and step mother, David and Ann Fehrmann of Tennessee;
One brother, David Fehrmann of Jacksonville, FL also by one sister, Lisa Thompson of Union, Iowa and by two nieces Tabatha Thompson and Tiffany Thompson and a nephew, Ethan Swanson all of Iowa.
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