Timothy Leo Alger

Timothy Leo Alger - age 72, of Fenton, joined his parents Benjamin and Bobbie Alger, his beloved Chihuahua Peanut, and other family and friends in everlasting peace on Saturday, September  12, 2020. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 AM Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at St. John Evangelist Catholic Church of Fenton with Father Robert Copeland,  Celebrant. Visitation will be from 10:30 AM until the time of the funeral.  Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery, Holly. Timothy was born in Holly on June 15, 1948 to Ben and Bobbie Alger. He graduated from Holly High School and proceeded to become a Master Plumber Contractor. He then joined GM Metal Fabrication for 18 years. He lived in the Holly and Fenton area most of his life. He married his sweetheart Barbara and they celebrated 51 wonderful years of marriage together. Tim was active at St. Rita Catholic Church and St. John Evangelist Catholic Church as a Lay Eucharistic Minister. He loved working on the funeral luncheons. Tim's most precious gift to everyone was his making of crosses and crucifixes, numbering more than 20,000. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, 4th Degree. Tim adored his grandkids and loved his Red Wings. Surviving are his wife, Barbara; daughters, Dina Rhoades and Tina Roberts (Amanda); grandchildren, Brady, Chase, Cooper, Olivia, Macy, Sawyer, and the soon to be born Greyson; brothers; sisters; great-nieces; great-nephews; other family; and dear friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be gifted to Fenton Adopt A Pet. www.dryerfuneralhomeholly.com.

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