Saturday, 18 September 2021

Timothy Galland

Timothy Galland. Courtesy photo.

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — Timothy Joe Galland, 62, more famously known as “Banjo Tim,” sadly and unexpectedly passed away at his home in Nice, California.

Formerly of Fremont, California, he was the son of Dennis and Diane Galland, and born Nov. 6, 1958.

He proudly served in the United States Air Force and was honorably discharged.

Tim was a renowned expert banjo player. He was also known for his beautiful custom handmade furniture and enjoyed doing oil paintings as a hobby.

Tim is survived by his sister, Donee Klidies; brother, Tom Galland; nephews, Lloyd, Daniel and Chase; nieces, Kristi, Katrina and Kelli; along with many of his friends and neighbors.

Tim is now free with the angels, strumming out tunes of merriment and rejoicing with them all.

Care entrusted to Jones Mortuary FD311, Lakeport, telephone 707-263-5389.

Please join us at www.jonesmortuarylakeport.com and share your memories of Timothy.

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