Timothy Scott Skeen

Timothy Scott Skeen, age 49, of Logan, Iowa passed away

Sunday, June 29, 2014 at the Community Memorial Hospital in

Missouri Valley, Iowa. Timothy was born August 3, 1964 in

Denver, Colorado to Harry and Carolyn (Schoen) Skeen. He

graduated from high school in Hay Springs, Nebraska. He then

attended the Blackhills School of Mining, earning his Bachelor

Degree in Geological Engineering. Timothy was married to

Della Burrows, October 7, 1989 in Rushville, Nebraska. He

was employed with the US Army Corps. Of Engineers Omaha.

Timothy enjoyed hunting, fishing and anything outdoors. His

favorite thing was to watch his three children in their many

sport activities. He spent many years coaching his children's

teams. In his free time he worked diligently on his house

making it a beautiful home for his family. He was the rock on

which his family stood. He gave his kids the strength of

character that has made them the pride of his life.

Timothy was preceded in death by his grandparents.

Survivors include his wife: Della of Logan, Iowa; daughter:

Amanda Skeen of Omaha, Nebraska; sons: Alex Skeen of

Ames, Iowa; Andrew Skeen of Logan, Iowa; parents: Harry and

Carolyn Skeen of Hay Springs, Nebraska; brother: Troy Skeen

and wife Tori of Bettendorf, Iowa; sister: Tia Hanks and

husband Cory of York, Nebraska; father and mother-in-law:

Bryan and Lavonne Burrows of Hay Springs, Nebraska; sisterin-

laws: Carol and Steve Elwood of Rushville, Nebraska; Alynn

and BJ Peters of Gering, Nebraska; brother-in-Iaws: Roy and

Marlys Fiscus of Gordon, Nebraska; Clifford Burrows of Hay

Springs Nebraska; nineteen nieces and nephews and one

great-niece.

Visitation with the family will be held from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00

p.m. Wednesday at the Logan Memorial Chapel in Logan, Iowa.

The family would like to invite everyone to a time of lunch

and fellowship at the Immanuel Lutheran Church immediately

following the service.

1 comment

  • Vallie Mason
    Vallie Mason Friday, 18 July 2014 20:22 Comment Link

    I was greatly saddened to hear of Tim's passing. He was one of my very first students and was a wonderful young man.

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