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Thomas D. “Tim” Flahive

Published On: May 31 2013 06:05:08 PM CDT
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Thomas D. “Tim” Flahive, age 53 of Brodhead, died on Friday, May 31, 2013 at Monroe Clinic Hospital from complications of Multiple Sclerosis.

Tim was born June 4, 1959 in Tampa, Florida the son of the late John T. and Katherine (Dougherty) Flahive. Tim worked as a surgical technician at the New Glarus Veterinary Clinic for several years and has lived in Brodhead since the mid 1990’s. He was an excellent chef, loved animals and playing guitar.

He is survived by a brother and sister and a special friend, Tina Carroll. Cremations rites will be accorded and no services will be held.

The Newcomer Funeral Home of Monroe is assisting the family.

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