Timothy John Obituary, A Cherished Soul Has Died

Timothy John Obituary, Death – The Kershaw County community is mourning the tragic loss of 34-year-old Timothy John Gardner, a dedicated lineman from Sumter. The Kershaw County Coroner, David West, has officially identified Timothy, who was pronounced deceased at MUSC Kershaw Health following a devastating accident while he was diligently working at a job site on Cantey Hill Road in Camden.

Timothy’s passing has left a profound impact on those who had the privilege of knowing him, particularly his colleagues at Black River, the company he proudly served. According to a statement from Black River CEO Charlie Allen, Timothy was part of a crew working on Cantey Hill Road in Cassatt when he made contact with a piece of equipment that had become energized. Immediate efforts were made to resuscitate him until paramedics arrived on the scene.

The Black River family is grappling with the immense sorrow of losing one of their own. Charlie Allen expressed the collective grief, stating, “Black River is a close-knit family, and we are devastated with this loss. We are praying for his family and his fellow linemen, and all of the people who called him a friend.” Timothy was not only a dedicated professional but also a warm and engaging individual who had an extraordinary ability to connect with others. He had a friendly and welcoming personality, relished in conversations with everyone, and held a deep love for his wife and children.

The loss of Timothy John Gardner is a profound tragedy that words can scarcely capture. The community joins Black River in mourning his passing, and our thoughts and condolences go out to his family, colleagues, and all those who had the privilege of calling him a friend. Timothy’s memory will forever be cherished, and he will be deeply missed by all whose lives he touched.

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