Timothy D. Bragg, 62, passed away on December 4, 2017 at the home of Susan Manis. He was born to William D. Bragg, Jr. and Jacqueline Dillon Bennett on November 19, 1955 in Anderson.

Tim was a tow truck driver, most recently driving for Northwest Towing. He was very fond of yard work and worked for local cemeteries performing grounds maintenance.
Tim was an avid race car fan. He really enjoyed going to Anderson Speedway and watching NASCAR, in particular, Jeff Gordon. He liked driving his own car and cruising around. He liked being outdoors and sitting by a bonfire. Tim also was fond of 70’s music (John Mellencamp) and country music, and dancing. Most of all, he enjoyed being with his siblings, daughter and family.
Left to cherish Tim’s memory are his daughters, Sarah Saltsman and Chareese Mahalic; special companion of many years, Susan Manis; siblings, Nita Breeden, Terry Wood, Robin D. (Lori) Bragg, and Tammy (John) Mattox; stepchildren, Misty Clem, Derek Manis, and Chad Manis; grandchildren, Declan, Brendin, Cadin, Daxdin, Justice, Lyric, and Isaac; several nieces, nephews and cousins; four legged friends, Kocoa, Khloe, and Princess; and special uncle, Jimmy Bragg.
Preceding Tim in death are his parents and grandparents; brother, William D. Bragg, III (missing and still missed); stepfather, Marvin Bennett; stepson, Caleb Manis; and brother-in-law, Terry Breeden.
The family extends special thanks to St. Vincent’s Hospice, especially LeeAnn, Dr. Rimawi, Dr. Yeh, and Dr. Howe.
A celebration of life bonfire in memory of Tim will be held at a later date.

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  1. Im so sorry for the loss of Timmy he was a wonderful man and will be missed. Tammy Battles and Janet White and Jimmy Paul White

  2. Timmy im so sorry for the pain of your brother, your , pain and your family’s pain💝 Now you flying high cousin💟💖💟 Love you💝

  3. I’m so so very sorry for your loss. Timmy and Billy were great friends and great people. Always willing to help. Carroll and Timmy grew up together and he will be greatly missed. Fly high brother for now you are no longer in pain and suffering. Condolences to his family. Unfortunately when Billy went missing Timmy world more less collapsed sending much thoughts and prayers to everyone that ever had the chance to have these Bragg brothers in their life. We were truly blessed to have the privilege of their friendship. They became extended family for us. We had a lot of great times and neither of you will ever be forgotten. Love ya buddy.

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