Timothy Michael Hickman of Farmington, NM passed away on December 10, 2021, at the age of 41.
He was born on November 29, 1980, in Farmington, NM to Kim and Steve. He was the only boy surrounded by 4 sisters. He spent time between Farmington and parts of Colorado throughout his adulthood, making many friends along the way and breaking ladies' hearts. As I recall, he mentioned multiple times how the ladies just loved him.
Tim, as he preferred to be called, spent much of his childhood in EI Paso, Texas. It was his happy place for sure. Surrounded by many family members that he adored and loved. A whole lot of this time was spent with cousins. We all know what-happens when we-hang with our cousins...Trouble... and yes, they would definitely bring plenty to the table. His all-time favorite place to eat while in EI Paso, was Chico's Tacos! He really loved that place!
He had eventually settled in Farmington with his mom and sisters where he continued to be a troublemaker and a little turd. Teasing and annoying his nephews and nieces to the point of them saying "Uncle Tim! Stop!" He loved every moment. He'd always say, "I am toughening them up," Ultimately, he adored each and every one of them and in a heartbeat would do whatever they needed. He had this heart that he liked to hide, but boy when he shared it, it was tremendous, and we all would have a smile on our faces. He was also a funny guy. His deadpan humor was on par for the most part.
Tim leaves behind his father Steve Hickman, his mother Kim Floyd and stepfather Randy Floyd. He also leaves behind his four sisters, Tiffany Cornwell, Kristin Killion, Angela Holiday, and Mary Holiday, as well as a stepbrother, Travis Floyd and seven nieces and four nephews. Yeah, the-little shit left his four sisters to fend for ourselves! But we all are going to make it just fine because he also left us his beloved dog Chance as a guardian to watch over his family.
Tim is preceded in death by Grandparents Norma Boyer, Carl Boyer, Albert Bracco and Joanne Gallagher.
Tim was an amazing soul, and many did not get to see what he had beneath his layers. Those who had an opportunity to be part of that, loved every moment and will cherish it in their hearts for all eternity.
Funeral services will be held at Farmington Funeral Home on December 27th, 2021, at 12 pm and a graveside ceremony will be held after services at Greenlawn Cemetery where he will be laid to rest.