Timothy E. Froman
- May 14, 1964 - February 10, 2013
- Indianapolis, Indiana
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It's hard to grasp the loss of such a "giant" in heart and spirit. I am sorry for your loss Stacey.
Posted by: Dede Bivenour - Fort Wayne, IN - High Scool Friend Feb 18, 2013
Dear Family of Tim Frowman,
I was very sad to hear about Tim. I only marched in band one year with him but I was a percussionist and the tuba players were always near us. It was kinda a tuba and percussionist family. I saw him about 4 years ago at a Band reunion at Eagle Creek and bless his heart he came right up to me to show me all these pictures I was in when we won stuff. I'm
Posted by: Jennifer Brown Resler - Westfield, IN - Ben Davis Marching Band Feb 15, 2013
Timbo, I think every memory I have of you involves laughing or smiling or both. Your bigger-than-life personality made band and high school in general fun. I'm so glad we reconnected at the band reunion 5 years ago and then later on Facebook. Wish I could have spent more time with you. Thank you for having the courage to be who God made you to be! Love and miss you, buddy!
Posted by: Kimberly Brown - Indianapolis, IN - Friend Feb 14, 2013
From Cub Scouts, to the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat in marching band, to working at WBDG: So many memories of Tim. There is a black ribbon on my Bridgeman hat today. 'Till we meet again my old friend.
Posted by: MIke Schaefer - Carmel, IN - Friend Feb 14, 2013
I can't believe that you're actually gone. The news was so stunning to hear that all I could do was sit with my mouth hanging open. From now on, all band competitions, winter and summer, will never be the same. The thought that you will never be there sitting in the press box or hanging out on the 50 yard line is so sad. The world lost a caring man with the biggest heart, you left too soon and everyone I believe will agree with me on that.
Posted by: Lelia Feb 14, 2013
My heartfelt wishes and prayers to your family and all of us who had the pleasure of knowing you from high school and beyond. I know I can speak for so many of us that had the pleasure of knowing you what a special person you are and were. God speed my friend and we will always have you in our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Donna Bohanon Davis - Indianapolis, IN - Friend Feb 14, 2013
It is very obvious from everyone's input that you were a special person. Thank you for all that you invested into the Ben Davis Band program, the Bariatric Surgery circles, your family, and your friends. You will most definitely be missed. Blessings to your loved ones who must now carry on your legacy.
Scott A. Boles
Posted by: Scott Boles - Brownsburg, IN - Friend Feb 13, 2013
Tim... I remember all the support group meetings and how you supported me whenever I needed to get through a tough WLS time. You were a great person. You were never without a smile on your face. You will really be missed.
Posted by: Leah Anderson - Sugar Hill, GA - Friend Feb 13, 2013
I just recently met Tim through the recruitment process and had the pleasure of working with him for just a few weeks. He was upbeat and positive here; he will be missed.
Posted by: Melissa Taylor - Indianapolis, IN - co-worker Feb 13, 2013
Tim and I were friends at Ben Davis, and I had the pleasure of seeing him at our 20th and 30th reunions. We posed for some photos last July, and Tim had us laughing over stories of his antics in the sound booth at Mask and Gavel productions. He downplayed how much he had supported the Marching Giants over time, but his generous contributions of talent and time can't be measured. Tim's family and loved ones remain in my prayers.
Posted by: Susan Irwin Brown - Dayton, OH Feb 13, 2013