Timothy Terrell Rollins was born on Eutaw, Alabama in October 26, 1981 to Ms. Kymm Rollins and Mr. Peter Jackson. Timothy passed away on October 16, 2020 at the early age of 38. Timothy was dedicated back to God when he was 2 years old. He confessed his faith in Christ at Calvary Assembly of God in Selma, AL at a later age. Timothy graduated from Exploratorium Academy Inc. In 1999, and shortly thereafter joined the United States Navy as an Operation Specialists. Timothy spent the next 3 years on the USS Kitty-Hawk where he worked on radar and navigational systems during the beginning of the Gulf War. After being discharged from the military he returned to Montgomery, AL where he worked at a variety of different type jobs. Tim was extremely talented with his hands and often found enjoyment working in construction. Those of us that new and loved him often felt that he missed his calling as a comedian. No matter what was happening in life, Tim was able to make you laugh and smile ultimately making you feel better. He will be missed more than words could ever express. Timothy was proceeded in death by Lovell Rollins (Grandfather) and Hattie Jackson (Grandmother). Aunts Barbara Ann Jackson, Rosa Mae Jackson and Dorothy Bell Jackson. He is survived by his Mother, Kymm Rollins-Koustik (Aaron Koustik) of Jurupa Valley, CA., Father, Peter Jackson of Cleveland, OH., Monica Hogan (Sister), Anthony Davis (Brother), Lakeisha and Lakita Pernell (Sisters) of Greensboro, AL., Grandparents, Rev. A.C. & Marlene Martin of Montgomery, AL., (Aunts) Nikki Melton of Griffin, GA, I’tris and Audrianna Martin of Montgomery, AL., Stacy Jackson of Tuscaloosa, AL, Hattie Ann Jackson and Willie B. Jackson of Greensboro, AL., (Uncles) Rev. Jack (Aretha) Jackson of Sandusky, OH., Theodore Jackson of Cleveland, OH., Rev. Roderick Jackson of Tuscaloosa, AL, and a host of great aunts, great uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces, and many, many friends. Special friend Kendra C. Jones of San Bernardino, CA.
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