Carolyn M. Timberman, 87 of Brazil, passed away August 10, 2017 in her home with her family surrounding her. She was born November 4, 1929 in Clay City, the daughter of Paul Horn and Cecile Todd Horn. She graduated from high school and on May 12, 1947 she married James Robert Timberman. Together, they raised their family in Brazil.
After her children were in school, she developed her work career. She first worked as a beautician and then later attended nursing school. She graduated from Ivy Tech and was an LPN. She worked at the Clay County Hospital for 18 years and later served on the Board of the hospital. Carolyn also worked in real estate and had her real estate and insurance license. She was also active on the Clay County Planning Commission and Zoning Board.
As a young girl she was a member of the First Brethren Church in Clay City. She has attended Berea Church in the past. Carolyn was a devoted and loving mother who loved unconditionally and treasured her time with family.
She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother Max Horn; two sisters in law, Mary Horn and Norma Horn, and her dear son, Mark Timberman in 1972. Her husband Jim “Bob” Timberman passed away in 1991.
Survivors include her children, Tim and Brenda Timberman, Cheryle and John Phillips, and Debbi and Tracy Escott all of Brazil; grandchildren, Kim and Rob Carter, Jennifer and Shaun Cook, Marc and Khristen Phillips, Sara and Mark Collins, Jessica and Dave Bowman and Tim and Amie Escott; great-grandchildren, Kade Carter, Ellie Carter, Calen Cook, Chloe Cook, Jacob, Lucas, Colin and Jackson Phillips, Zoey and Zane Collins and Ashlyn Bowman; one brother Robert L. Horn of Friendswood, TX; and other extended family.
Services will be held Monday at 1:00pm at the Lawson-Miller Chapel with Pastor Bob Nevins officiating. Burial will follow at Beech Cemetery. Visitation will be Monday from 11-1.