Tim Hewitt Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of Tim Hewitt’s sudden passing. Tim, the son of longtime majorette Kathy Hewitt, had been an integral part of the Second Time Arounders Marching Band, serving as an early bandaid and photographer for numerous events in the past. The Rounders community is deeply saddened by this loss, and our thoughts and prayers go out to Tim’s family during this incredibly difficult time.
The outpouring of support and condolences from band members and friends has been overwhelming. Mark P. Bell expressed his deepest sympathies and promised to send prayers to Kathy Hewitt and her family. The Rounders family is a close-knit community, and Carol Hanscom Kaczmarek offered her heartfelt condolences, extending prayers to Kathy, Tim’s family, and the entire Rounders family.
Judy Fielding, understanding the pain of losing a child firsthand, empathized with Kathy, acknowledging that losing a child is an unimaginable experience that no parent should have to endure. She expressed her sorrow for Kathy’s joining the unfortunate group of parents who have suffered such a tragic loss. Vicki Franklin echoed the sentiment of the entire community, expressing how heartbreaking Tim’s passing is. She offered her thoughts and prayers, emphasizing the profound sadness felt by everyone affected by this loss.
The loss of Tim Hewitt will undoubtedly be deeply felt within the Second Time Arounders Marching Band. As arrangements for Tim’s memorial are still pending, the Rounders community will come together to honor his memory and support his family during this challenging time. The band will continue to rally around each other, offering strength and comfort as they navigate through this heartbreaking loss.
Tim’s dedication and contributions to the band will be remembered and cherished, and his spirit will live on in the memories and hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing him. The Second Time Arounders Marching Band will carry his legacy forward, marching with heavy hearts but also with a sense of unity and resilience that defines their community.