Born in Alton, Illinois on Oct. 4, 1962, Timothy Scott Weeks spent his childhood playing baseball, spelunking in city pipes and saving the Queen of England from innumerable scrapes — according to the tall tales he told his kids.
In high school, Tim led the Alton High Marching band as drum major, played piano for and acted in numerous musicals, and fell in love with soccer for the first time.
Soon after, in college, Tim would fall in love fully with Kimberly Rodgers. After much cajoling, Tim convinced Kim to marry him and the two would move to Indiana to have three children as smart, funny and sardonic as their parents.
Tim opened his own dental office in Greenwood where he tirelessly (but not without laughter) cared for countless patients, family and friends in the community.
With a warm, open heart and a complex mind, Tim was loved by his patients, his employees, and by those with whom, as an adult, he played league soccer, drank home-brewed beer, ran miles or talked about the many books he voraciously read.
Tim loved a rare steak, a stormy night, family walks and playing board games with his family.
He had boundless energy and a taste for excitement, as well as a passion for music. He played piano, saxophone — and any other instrument he could find — better than most professionals.
He lost his valiant battle with cancer on July 12, 2017. He will be sorely, seriously and greatly missed for his humor, his compassion and his companionship by all who knew him — most especially his children, Mackenzie, Spencer and Maddie, and his best friend and wife, Kim Weeks.
He is survived by his parents Jan and Don Weeks; his brothers, Kent (Karen) Weeks and Jeff (Marsha) Weeks; and more extended family and friends he loved dearly and would have loved to see if he only had more time.
A memorial gathering will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. today at Friedens United Church of Christ, 8300 S. Meridian St., Indianapolis. A memorial service will begin at 7 p.m. at the church.
Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service and Crematory, Greenwood Chapel, is entrusted with all funeral arrangements.
You are invited to visit our website at, www.wilsonstpierre.com, to share a memory, leave a condolence or order flowers for the family.