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Timothy  Lavin

Timothy Lavin

July 31, 1961 - December 29, 2017

Timothy "Tim" Lavin, 56, of Luling, Louisiana passed away from a heart attack on Friday, December 29, 2017 at University of Cincinnati Hospital. He was born July 31, 1961 in Sharron, Pennsylvania to the late James Lavin and his mother, Evelyn Lavin. <br /> <br /> Husband of Tammi Lavin, the pair were married for 26 years and together they had five children: Briana (22), Christina (21), Carissa (20), Christopher (17), and Kayla (13). He is also survived by his siblings Dan Lavin, Jim Lavin, and Jeanne Kelly. <br /> <br /> He was a graduate of Gannon University for his bachelor's degree. He obtained his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He worked as a physician at Concentra Medical Group in New Orleans, where he treated his patients as if they were his family. He was the recipient of the Concentra Hall of Fame Award in 2015. His hobbies included reading novels by Michael Connelly, riding his motorcycle, and sampling hot sauces when traveling. He also took great joy in watching football, specifically the games at the Superdome, as well as making spaghetti and meatballs, a family favorite. Family and friends were important to Tim, and he always went the extra mile for those he cared for.

Services by
Mueller Funeral Home

6791 Tylersville Rd., Mason, OH


December 30, 2017, 10:00 AM-11:00 AM

St. Susanna Catholic Church

616 Reading Road, Mason, Ohio 45040

Mass of Christian Burial

December 30, 2017, 11:00 AM

St. Susanna Catholic Church

616 Reading Road, Mason, Ohio 45040

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    Katie Kelly Jan 03, 2018
    Missing you every day, but so grateful to have had the opportunity to celebrate with you at my wedding. Memories I will cherish forever. ❤️
    Katie Kelly Jan 03, 2018
    Uncle Tim,
    Just to let you know you have always been the Champion, even though I could never admit that when we were playing.
    You will always be a role model of the best human being ever: the best sun, the best father, the best husband, the best brother, the best uncle, just simply the best.
    We will miss you forever, but also remind you as this huge inspiration forever.
    Thanks for all.
    Love forever.
    You brazilian niece
    Gabriela Machado Jan 03, 2018
    Timothy was always so caring about everything and everyone! I was lucky to have had the opportunity of sharing many moments with him since he was 12 years old and I was 16.
    I remember him riding his bike to deliver newspaper, playing baseball, studying hard for medical school, coming home from college with his girlfriend Tammi, getting married with her (I could not be present at this important event but the pictures were sent to me in Brazil), going to his house in Sharon when he and Tammi had tree little and beautiful girls, resting at his jacussy, meeting him in Pittsburgh when Pop was not well, driving through the mountains to take him to a Brazilian beach (he wasn’t comfortable with the curves and height), when he taught my youngest daughter to fly a kite, going with him/Tammi and mom to dinner in a Mississipi boat, eating a special lobster that he made for me in his house (at this time he had the five loved children already), when he picked me up at New Orleans airport and, without saying anything, turned on the seat heater in his car and waited for my reaction. This past June/July, I could be his cooking assistant for one week and he taught me to cut onions, to make chicken soup and meatballs, to seal the food. After that, we shared very precious moments with the family in Pittsburgh at Katie’s wedding. When I came back to Brazil, we had some talks by messenger. These are some of the many other precious memories I have.
    Tammi, Briana, Christina, Carissa, Cristopher and Kayla, I do consider you part of my family and I will always support you.
    Timothy will always live in our hearts and I do believe he is well, continuing his jorney and that one day we will be together again.
    Love you all.
    ALICE MACHADO Jan 03, 2018