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 Hans Edward Tim

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Hans Edward Tim

Birth
Hamburg, Germany
Death
27 Jan 1984 (aged 93)
Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA
Burial
Yakima, Yakima County, Washington, USA
Plot
Block 36, Section 57
Memorial ID
68898594 View Source

TIM, Hans Edward
YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 28 Jan 1984
Hans Edward Tim, 94, of 2611 W. Yakima Ave., Yakima, died Friday in his home.
Mr. Tim was born in Hamburg, Germany, Oct 16, 1889. After the death of his father, Hans, who was then 16, moved with his mother to Ritzville, to live with one of his mother's step-brothers (correction: half brothers).

After a time, he was apprenticed as a pharmacist to another of his mother's step-brothers (correction: half brothers) in Washtucna. After the apprenticeship training he took and passed board exams to become a licensed pharmacist in Washington State.
He moved to Yakima and established a drug store at Fifth and Yakima Avenues. He owned and operated the business for some 40 years before retiring 15 or 20 years ago.
He married his wife, Elizabeth, about 54 years ago. He was a veteran of World War I.
He attended Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church and was a 50 year member of the American Legion.
He is survived by two step-cousins, (correction ½ cousins), Mrs. Marie Walker of Walla Walla and Mrs. Elma Fallgren of Alameda, Calif.
His wife, Elizabeth Tim, preceded him in death Nov. 6, 1983 in Yakima.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, February 2, at 11:00 a.M. in Keith & Keith 9th Avenue Chapel. Reverend Mr. T.R. Adascheck officiating. Burial in Terrace Heights Memorial Park.


Middle name at birth - Eduard
Occupation: Druggist in Roslyn & Yakima, WA
Birth: 6 Oct 1889/1890
Father: Adolph Tim born 8 Jan 1865 in Sulfed, Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Grandfather: Hans Jasper Christopher Tim

WWI Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918
Name: Hans E Tim
[Hans E Tim]
Race: Caucasian (White)
Marital Status: Single
Birth Date: 16 Oct 1890
Birth Place: Preußen, Germany
Street address: 14 Pennsylvania Ave.
Residence Place: Kittitas, Washington, USA
Physical Build: Medium
Height: Short
Hair Description: Not Bald
Hair Color: light brown
Eye Color: blue

Additional information -
Following published from exert of J E Barkes in History of Yakima Valley -
J. Edgar Barkes came to Yakima in 1912 and purchased the
Stafford Drug Company 6 months later and changing the name to the Central Drug Company. Incorporated He has acted as president since its establishment in March, 1913, while H. E. Tim is the secretary and treasurer. In 1917 removal was made from the first location at No. 416 West Yakima avenue to the corner of West Yakima and Fifth avenues, where they have a modern drug store, twenty-five by sixty feet. In February, 1915, they opened a branch store at Roslyn, Washington, which was conducted by Mr. Tim until 1918, when he entered the military service of his country and the establishment was sold. The business did very well and Hans Tim returned to Yakima as a partner in the company. Hans Tim living 30 years longer then J E Barkes, it is my understanding he stayed there as a Pharmisist-owner until he retired.

TIM, Hans Edward
YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 28 Jan 1984
Hans Edward Tim, 94, of 2611 W. Yakima Ave., Yakima, died Friday in his home.
Mr. Tim was born in Hamburg, Germany, Oct 16, 1889. After the death of his father, Hans, who was then 16, moved with his mother to Ritzville, to live with one of his mother's step-brothers (correction: half brothers).

After a time, he was apprenticed as a pharmacist to another of his mother's step-brothers (correction: half brothers) in Washtucna. After the apprenticeship training he took and passed board exams to become a licensed pharmacist in Washington State.
He moved to Yakima and established a drug store at Fifth and Yakima Avenues. He owned and operated the business for some 40 years before retiring 15 or 20 years ago.
He married his wife, Elizabeth, about 54 years ago. He was a veteran of World War I.
He attended Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church and was a 50 year member of the American Legion.
He is survived by two step-cousins, (correction ½ cousins), Mrs. Marie Walker of Walla Walla and Mrs. Elma Fallgren of Alameda, Calif.
His wife, Elizabeth Tim, preceded him in death Nov. 6, 1983 in Yakima.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, February 2, at 11:00 a.M. in Keith & Keith 9th Avenue Chapel. Reverend Mr. T.R. Adascheck officiating. Burial in Terrace Heights Memorial Park.


Middle name at birth - Eduard
Occupation: Druggist in Roslyn & Yakima, WA
Birth: 6 Oct 1889/1890
Father: Adolph Tim born 8 Jan 1865 in Sulfed, Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Grandfather: Hans Jasper Christopher Tim

WWI Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918
Name: Hans E Tim
[Hans E Tim]
Race: Caucasian (White)
Marital Status: Single
Birth Date: 16 Oct 1890
Birth Place: Preußen, Germany
Street address: 14 Pennsylvania Ave.
Residence Place: Kittitas, Washington, USA
Physical Build: Medium
Height: Short
Hair Description: Not Bald
Hair Color: light brown
Eye Color: blue

Additional information -
Following published from exert of J E Barkes in History of Yakima Valley -
J. Edgar Barkes came to Yakima in 1912 and purchased the
Stafford Drug Company 6 months later and changing the name to the Central Drug Company. Incorporated He has acted as president since its establishment in March, 1913, while H. E. Tim is the secretary and treasurer. In 1917 removal was made from the first location at No. 416 West Yakima avenue to the corner of West Yakima and Fifth avenues, where they have a modern drug store, twenty-five by sixty feet. In February, 1915, they opened a branch store at Roslyn, Washington, which was conducted by Mr. Tim until 1918, when he entered the military service of his country and the establishment was sold. The business did very well and Hans Tim returned to Yakima as a partner in the company. Hans Tim living 30 years longer then J E Barkes, it is my understanding he stayed there as a Pharmisist-owner until he retired.


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