Commercial Fisherman Timothy Lee Anderson of Port Canaveral Passed Away Dec. 2 at 55
By Space Coast Daily // January 14, 2020
made a career from his love of fishing and diving, as a commercial fisherman
BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our brother, uncle, and friend, Timothy “TA” Lee Anderson. Tim passed away, Monday, December 2, 2019 at 55, in the presence of family and friends.
Tim was born on October 8, 1964. A native of Cape Canaveral, Tim made a career from his love of fishing and diving, as a commercial fisherman, supplying many of the Port’s wholesale and retail fisheries and restaurants.
Tim spent much of his youth surfing and skateboarding with his friends.
He was known for his infectious smile and his kind compassionate spirit. He was a loving son and trusted friend to those who knew him. Although he will be greatly missed by all, we know he is in the loving embrace of God and his parents.
Tim was preceded in death by his father, Dave “Mr. A” and mother, Patty “Ms. A”; grandparents, Bill & Estelle Fox and Robert & Reba Bell; and his beloved cat, Tripod.
He is survived by his twin sister, Kim Powell; her husband Lenny; niece Kinley; and brother, Dan Anderson; nephews, David and Doug; and niece Maddy; Aunt Linda Deel; and cousins, Missy, Mike, Ronald, Donald and Chris.
Please look to “CBHS in Memory Of” Facebook posts (public group) for announcements regarding a “Paddle Out” to be scheduled in the Spring.
A Celebration of Life will be held for family and friends on Sunday, January 19 at 2 p.m at Wild Ocean Market at Port Canaveral, 710 Bluewater Drive.