In Memory

Tim Sandall

Tim Sandall

Timothy R. Sandall

Posted Jan 10, 2019


January 30, 1945 – January 7, 2019

Timothy R. Sandall passed away at his home on Jan. 7, 2019, with his family by his side.

Timothy (Tim) R. Sandall was born Jan. 30, 1945, to Arden L. Sandall and Joan Weaver Sandall, in Ogden, Utah. He grew up in Davis County and graduated from Davis High in 1963.

Tim served in the Army from 1965 to 1967, serving in both Korea and Vietnam. 

Upon his return, Tim worked as a mechanic. Tim met Shelley Vlaanderen and they married in 1972. They had two daughters, Kami and Mindy. In 1976 while passing through Kemmerer, Tim found a job posting and his family proceeded to move to Kemmerer. 

Tim spent many years fishing and hunting the area around Kemmerer with a great affection for Flaming Gorge and fly fishing the Hams Fork. Tim had a great love for fishing, his family, hunting, the Utah Jazz and his cats . . . not necessarily in that order. 

Tim is survived by his wife Shelley, Kami and Dorian Dietrich of Kemmerer and their children Mikinley, Connor and Addison; Mindy and Jeremy Schaad of Cheyenne and their children Logan, Owen and Nolan; and his sisters Dawn Ellen Sandall of Clearfield, Utah, and Peggy Sandall of San Antonio, Texas, as well as many extended family members. Tim was preceded in death by his parents, his twin brother Terry, sister Lee Ann and brother Ted.  The Sandall family would like to thank his many friends for their kindness and help over the past several years.

Memorial donations may be made to Ronald McDonald House at or to the Shriners Hospital at

Memorial services will be conducted on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, at Ball Family Chapel at 11:00 a.m. Services will conclude at the funeral home.


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01/17/19 05:44 PM #1    

Sam Rushforth

Tim (and Terry) were two of my go-to guys in high school. We were close buddies, hunting and fishing partners, screw-ups who liked a good time. The Sandall boys had my back and I had theirs. I miss them both. Strange how old high school friends mean so much! 

01/17/19 11:17 PM #2    

Glen Davis

Tim and Terry...two of the good guys! There when needed. It’s just like Tim not to show all of that huge fish in his photo. I like that. Although we both loved fishing the Hams, our paths didn’t cross there. Memories go back to DHS. 

Tight lines my friend.

Glen Davis





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