Timothy David Landauer

Cemetery:Visitation Cemetery in Forest Grove, Oregon
Birth:Thu Feb 09 1956
Death:Tue May 14 2024
Plot #RG251


Timothy David Landauer, 68, a longtime resident of the Yamhill community passed away on May 14, 2024 at his home.

Tim was born on February 9, 1956, in Hillsboro, OR. He was the fourth of seven children born to Rudy and Margaret (Evers) Landauer. He was raised in Verboort and attended Visitation Grade School and Banks High School graduating with the Class of 1974. Following high school he attended Mt Hood Community College.

He met his lifelong companion, Linda (Devine) Cowart, through mutual friends, they soon began dating and started their lives together in 1986. They made their home in Yamhill and he helped raise her three daughters as if they were his own.

He did various jobs before working as a general contractor. He worked for Braukman Brothers, where he fell in love with construction.  He eventually went out on his own as Timco Construction, building multiple homes in the city of Yamhill. When he retired, he started making lightweight utility trailers.

Tim liked to go to garage sales and flea markets, and always found bargains. He liked to go fishing, camping, boating and hunting. Linda and Tim liked to spend time at their cabin on Detroit Lake. He also spent time in Condon, OR. hunting with friends.  Tim was a farmer at heart and a tractor seat was his happy place. He enjoyed growing corn and pumpkins, raising cows & chickens, and making jerky. His three Irish Setter dogs were his constant companions. He was always up for a game of tic-tac-toe and rarely lost.

He is preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Baby Landauer and a nephew, Louie Hertel

He is survived by his companion, Linda Cowart, three daughters and their spouses, Amity and Erik Klier of Yamhill, Amber and Eric Liesegang of Yamhill, Amanda and DJ Niederberger of Gaston, five siblings, seven grandchildren, Taylor & Ryan, Reily & Callie, Nora, Rhys, Eva, Jaxx, Julia and one great grandson, Levi.

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