Timothy P. Kennedy, government chef

Timothy P. Kennedy, 79, of Rehoboth Beach passed away at Decide on Specialty Medical center of Wilmington Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020.
He was born to Thomas J. and Helen (McKeon) Kennedy May 5, 1941, in Holyoke, Mass. Tim graduated from South Hadley Falls High School in 1959 and graduated from the Culinary Institute of The us in New Haven, Conn., in 1964. He married Elaine (Grady) Kennedy Aug. 29, 1964.

Tim worked as govt chef at many resorts and dining establishments along the East Coast, settling in Delaware. Culinary arts was his enthusiasm, and he wanted to present his enjoy to a new technology. This led him to train culinary arts at Bancroft Middle College and Howard Career Heart for 27 years. Even though teaching faculty, he also ran a effective catering enterprise for over 15 a long time. Tim been given quite a few awards and accolades in his yrs teaching, and retired to the seashore in 200 I.
Tim is survived by his wife, Elaine his sons, Michael J. Kennedy (Amy B. Renne) of Two Harbors, Minn., and Kevin P. Kennedy (Moira M. Kennedy) of Centennial, Colo his two grandsons, Otto P. Kennedy and Gavin M. Kennedy of Centennial his granddogs Izzy and North in Minnesota, and Penny and Bella in Colorado his sisters, Ellen Nolan (Richard) of South Hadley, Mass., and Carolyn Powers (Donald) of South Hadley and brother Thomas J. Kennedy (Susan) of Newark. Tim was preceded in death by his mom and dad, Thomas J. and Helen M. Kennedy.
Tim was an avid golfer who cherished a good match with pals and family, and normally looked ahead to collaborating in the “Kennedy Greenback”
Golfing Tournament. His like passed down to both of his sons, who competed against him in these tournaments. He was also a massive soccer lover, holding
period tickets for the College of Delaware Preventing Blue Hens Football for around 25 years, and cheering his Philadelphia Eagles at every single prospect.
Tim traveled the world with his spouse, and was so happy of his a lot of trips. There were being many memories in his travels, but two were very special to him,
both equally moments when he took the total family members, the Africa journey for his 50th wedding anniversary, and the 2018 vacation to Australia and New Zealand. He was a curious traveler, examining every thing he could about the area’s record, often leaving Elaine with a e-book on a bench even though he read through all the things in the museum! Tim enjoyed traveling off the beaten route, which allowed him to gain a newfound viewpoint on the regional cultures. He liked sampling the local food items and going to marketplaces.
Due to COVID restrictions, the authentic funeral date was postponed. A Memorial Mass will be held Monday, June 28, at II a.m., at St. Edmond Catholic Church, 409 King Charles Ave., Rehoboth Beach. In lieu of flowers, donations can be created to St. Edmond Church, P Box 646, Rehoboth Beach, DE
19971-0646.

 

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