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Timothy Gianopulos

March 30, 1959 — September 11, 2019

Timothy Gianopulos of Kooskia, Idaho watched his last sunset

on Wednesday September 11th and

went to rest that night. He was born on March 30th, 1959 to William

and Naomi Gianopulos in Elizabeth, NJ. He was together with his wife Cherylee

for 34 years and they had 3 children.

Timothy enjoyed

the outdoors and loved to fish and hike. He was a dreamer and had a passion for

sharing his ideas. He traveled the world, and loved to tell stories of his

travels. Some of his favorite things where fishing the cold waters of Alaska,

enjoying the laid-back island time in Hawaii, and of course his home here in

North Idaho. He especially loved the Selway River area, where he enjoyed taking

his family camping and fishing. He loved watching his children play sports and

was a very proud father. He was an entrepreneur and started his own reclaimed

wood business, selling historic wood that always came with a story.

Timothy is

survived by wife Cherylee, son Clayton, daughter Anela (Glenn) Caldwell,

daughter Melanie, father William (Connie), mother Naomi, brothers William and

Howard, Sister Lauren (Andy) Tse, and their families as well as many other

relatives and friends.

There will be

a graveside funeral service held Saturday September 21st at 10:00 AM

at Tahoe Mountain Rest Cemetery. Celebration of life and potluck to follow at

Anela & Glenn's house, please bring a dish. There is a donation account set

up in Timothy's name for funeral expenses at Freedom Northwest Credit Union.

"Whenever you

want to see me, look at the sunset and I will be there."
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