Timothy W Gobbel born to Wilbert C Gobbel and Carole L Gobbel on Jan 31st 1952 died at BWMC Hospital on Jan 23rd 2021 after a short battle with cancer. He was 68 years old. Mr. Gobbel is survived by his children, Matthew J Gobbel (Amy), Jason I Gobbel (Laura), Nathanael T Gobbel (Jennifer), Joshua M Gobbel (Cindy), Rebekah J Gobbel (Shannan), and Aaron B Gobbel. He is also survived by 2 Brothers, Terri L Gobbel (Vanessa), Todd J Gobbel (Dee), Diane Gobbel sister in law, 2 nieces, 3 nephews, 18 Grand kids and 4 Great Grand kids. He is proceeded in death by his parents Wilbert C Gobbel and Carole L Gobbel, his Brother Scott A Gobbel, his wife Pamela K Gobbel, his son Guy J Gobbel, and his grandson Luke Heavenly Michael Gobbel. Born in McKeesport PA Tim graduated from McKeesport High School home of the Tigers in 1969. Tim went on to Penn State University and graduated in 1973 with a B.A. in psychology. A year later on Feb 14th 1974 Tim married the love of his life Pamela K Michael at a ceremony in State College PA. Tim would go on to start a family with 7 kids, 6 boys 1 girl. He did various jobs while putting himself through school for computer technology. In 1988 Tim took a job with Sibiley Memorial Hospital located in Washington D.C. He would then move his family to Laurel Md in 1989. he would go on to have an extensive and long career with Sibiley Hospital for 30 years earning many awards and plenty of recognition for the outstanding and hard work he put in. Sibiley would go on to merge with Johns Hopkins Medical in 2018 and Tim worked for Johns Hopkins up till his death. Tim was a family man and hard worker. A man of few words but every word so important! Tim liked spending time with family and friends, going to church, and serving his church community. Tim was a long time member of Lifehouse Church formally First Assemblies of God of Laurel MD now located in Beltsville Md. Tim was dedicated to his children and God and never wavered from that. Tim enjoyed watching NCIS religiously, Vintage cars, models, French onion soup and was a Steelers Fan. But he was the biggest fan of his children! RIP Daddy! We Love you and you will be missed by so many.
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