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Timothy Camille Jr., of Gloucester, passed away on Thursday, July 20, 2017.
Tim was born March 17, 1971, in Gloucester. He was the son of Lori (Stuart) Souza of Gloucester and the late Timothy Camille, Sr. He was a lifelong resident of Gloucester.
Tim worked on the Gloucester Waterfront as a commercial fisherman and lobsterman throughout his life. He loved being on the water and his dream was to one day swim with sharks.
He was a dedicated New England sports fan and especially loved the Patriots. He also had a huge love for music. His greatest love was for his mother, children, and family.
In addition to his loving mother, Lori, Tim is survived by his two sons, Timothy Camille, III and Hunter James Camille Bradstreet; his brother, John Jerome-Camille and his wife, Trina; and his sister, Dena (Jerome-Camille) Gauthier. He is also survived by his nieces and nephews, Alexis, Jonnha, John, Meaka, Maylee, Brody, and Brayden; his great-niece, Aaliyah; great-nephew, Levi; and his son Timmy's siblings, Corey and Victoria; his uncle and godfather, Milton Camille Jr.; as well as many aunts, first cousins, and extended family. He was especially close with his cousins, Frank J. Pacheco and Melissa Hardeman. He also leaves behind his girlfriend and love, Holly Ryan, along with his best friend, James McLaughlin, James' family, and countless friends.
Tim was predeceased by his father, Timothy Camille Sr.; his aunt and godmother, Joan Marie Clancy; and brother-in-law, William “Bill” Gauthier.
Tim will be deeply missed by all who love him. Especially his Mom.
At the foot of the cross,
there is no rating system for sinners,
only a Redeemer to save them.
Tim’s visiting hours will be in the Pike-Newhall Funeral Home, 61 Middle St., Gloucester, on Friday evening July 28, 2017, from 4 to 7 p.m. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. For online condolences and register book, please visit www.pikenewhall.com.
Published on  July 27, 2017
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