LIVINGSTON — Timothy Glen Dauenhauer died Friday, Jan. 13, 2012, from heart problems at age 59.
Born Feb. 12, 1952, Mott, N.D., he lived in Livingston for 25 years. He passed doing one of the things he loved to do — working with his hands. A skilled carpenter and wood worker by trade, he loved to create show pieces, one of which was a "rocking Harley" that he gave to his granddaughter, Hadley Horton.
His next love was riding his original 1981 Sturgis Special Harley with the Livingston Bros and his brothers, Larry, Stan and Randy, all of Billings.
He is preceded in death by his father, John Dauenhauer, in 1981 and his brother, Bob, in 1998.
Survivors include his remaining three brothers; his mother, Ann Kuntz (Bennie) of Billings; his two sisters, Lavonne Bailey (Dick) of Tenino, Wash. and Rose Hedrick of Great Falls. He is also survived by his son, John Horton (Beth) and granddaughters Hadley and Georgia of Macon, Ga.
Tim owned and operated All Season Gutters since 2002 with his longtime companion Tina Ross of Livingston. Tim also served four years with the 82nd Airborne, serving one year in Vietnam. Tim's humorous character involved his nickname "Hogg," the ordained minister "Reverend Hogg," his love for his mother's pies and his essential "Safety meetings."
Service and reception will be held at Smith's Funeral Home, 925 S. 27th St. in Billings on Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 3 p.m.