Timothy Patrick LeDuc

Timothy Patrick LeDuc, 55, died Monday, June 29, 2020. He was born February 14, 1965, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Gerald Patrick and Dorothy Ann Gebhart LeDuc. Tim was a man of many talents. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, cooking, and playing guitar. He was always busy with handiwork around the house. He also enjoyed attending his daughters’ volleyball tournaments and was a big fan of the Auburn Tigers.

Tim was inducted into the University of Alabama, Huntsville Hall of Honor after placing 1st in the Dad Vail Regatta.

Tim is survived by his loving wife, Diya; two daughters, Anna Morgan LeDuc of Nashville and Emily Marie LeDuc of Springdale; his granddog and best buddy, Toby Patrick LeDuc of Springdale; one sister, Ann Marie Karst and husband Dr. Michael of Montgomery, Alabama; three nieces, Elizabeth Karst of Birmingham, Alabama,  Megan Karst of Louisville, Kentucky, and Ashley Karst of Atlanta, Georgia; several Aunts and Uncles along with 65 first cousins.

Memorial Service will be held at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Huntsville, Alabama on July 4th at 10:00am.

Memorial contributions may be made to Circle of Hospice, Springdale, Arkansas or your local No-Kill animal shelter.

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Laura Beth Bassham
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Laura Beth Bassham

Much love,
Clay, Laura Beth and Whitt Bassham

Diya
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Diya

Thank you so much. We miss him. Love you guys.

Kathy (Gebhart) Buchholz, Jerry and John Gebhart
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Kathy (Gebhart) Buchholz, Jerry and John Gebhart

Tim is with our Lord, Jesus Christ and his parents and all of our relatives who have gone before him. I pray for healing and comfort for his family. Such a kind and gentle soul who also had a great respect for animals. Christ’s peace now and always.

Karen McGinnis
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Karen McGinnis

This was a kind man. Tim will be greatly missed by so many.

Diya
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Diya

Thank you… he made me better.

Sue OBrien
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Sue OBrien

It is with a very sad heart to hear this news. Tim was loved by all. He was such a gentle and kind person. Prayers to his family in this tough time.

Nan Gebhart Dammer
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Nan Gebhart Dammer

Deepest sympathy to you all with the passing ofTim.
Our thoughts and prayers to his entire family.

Dolores Gebhart
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Dolores Gebhart

My sympathy to Diya and the girls

Louise & Leon Hess
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Louise & Leon Hess

Thoughts & prayers with Diya, Anna & Emily.
May God give you comfort in your grief.

Sheila Gebhart Koupal
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Sheila Gebhart Koupal

My thoughts and prayers are with the Karst and LeDuc families.. Ann and Diya please know he is with Dorothy Ann and Jerry these are some of the kindest people I have ever known . God bless you all..

Debby Holmes
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Debby Holmes

Dear Diya and Family,

My deepest condolences to each of you.
I have prayed a rosary for Tim and will keep you in my prayers.

Jeff Sparkman
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Jeff Sparkman

I pray that the LeDuc and Karst families will find peace in this time of sorrow. The world needs more people like Tim LeDuc.

Charleece Gipson
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Charleece Gipson

DIya, I was so sorry to learn of Tim’s passing. I have sweet memories of you all. You were a sweet young couple with a beautiful little girl. I kept Anna Morgan before you all moved to Arkansas . May God comfort you and your precious girls in your time of sorrow.

Fr. Tom Clement
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Fr. Tom Clement

May the Spirit’s comfort surround you all and may eternal rest be Tim’s.
Will always remember their trips back to South Dakota over the years.
With much Love and prayers.
Fr. Tom Clement

Stan Gebhart
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Stan Gebhart

Condolences to the entire family. Cousin Tim Rest In Peace and enjoy greeting all of your relatives in heaven. Peace to your family and prayers to them.

Lisa A Brunegraff
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Lisa A Brunegraff

Tim was on my engineering design team at UAH.