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In Memory of
Timothy Blake Prasatik
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On Sunday morning November 17, 2019 Timothy Blake Prasatik left this earth and went to Heaven.  He is in the loving presence of Jesus and is reunited with Grandpa and Rorie.

Tim was born in Austin, Texas on October 20, 1990 to Teresa Ann Joslin and Fred Prasatik. He grew up in the Katy area and family members and friends have great stories of young Tim’s escapades. He graduated from Cypress Springs High School in 2009. 
At the age of 16, Tim made the decision to be baptized. Since then, his faith has been a foundation of strength and support especially as he walked his cancer journey. He was at church on Sundays until he simply couldn’t make the trip. 

Always mechanically inclined, teenage Tim got a job at Pep Boys, thoroughly enjoying the work. When his mom Teresa’s car needed a new engine, Tim was instrumental in getting the work done. The quality of his work didn’t go unnoticed and a customer offered him a new job at National Oilwell Varco. When the oil and gas industry downturn began, Tim anticipated the inevitable and in the evening hours earned a Realtor’s license. The inevitable layoff happened and Tim then became a real estate agent. He closed on his house at the ripe old age of 22.  Three days later he had a seizure and was told he had a brain tumor. Even with the tumor, Tim still worked 12-hour days. Motivation and hard work came naturally.

Being around Tim, it wouldn’t take long to notice that he got a twinkle in his eye and slight smile when he was getting ready to ‘pull one over’ on you. He really had a sense of humor.  When it was getting very difficult for him to communicate, Teresa gave Tim a bell to let her know he needed help. He had fun using that bell to keep his mom ‘busy’ while they both enjoyed the laughs. Even near the end, Tim still got that twinkle in his eye.

The thing that family members and friends consistently say about Tim is there was absolutely nothing he wouldn’t do for people, going out of his way to help. He was truly a genuine guy. 

Family, near and far have played such an important role in Tim’s entire life journey. He welcomed and treasured the loving support from near and far, from here in Texas, over in Georgia, up in Ohio, and as far west as California and Hawaii. Tim loved you all and when you see his dog Max, give him a few good pets for Tim.
 

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April and Neal Elliott

Brian and Sherry Joslin

Ryan, Nora, and Leo Joslin

Ryan, Nora, and Leo Joslin

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