Aug 05, 2022
'His Sense Of Humor Could Light Up A Room': Lifelong Hopewell Junction Resident Dies At Age 31
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A lifelong Hudson Valley resident who died at the age of 31 is being remembered for his ability to make others laugh.
Dutchess County native Timothy Flynn, of Hopewell Junction, died Monday, July 25, according to his obituary. A cause of death was not listed.
He could often be found hiking, fishing, biking, and taking long walks in the woods, appreciating nature.
Flynn worked as a mechanic for Lamothermic Corp., based in Brewster, his obituary said.
“Tim will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him,” reads his memorial.
“His sense of humor and uncontrollable laughter could light up a room. He genuinely loved making people laugh, and his innate ability to put a smile on your face will never be forgotten.”
In addition to his parents, Flynn is survived by his sister, Megan Marshall; his paternal grandfather, John Flynn; and many uncles, aunts, and cousins, his obituary said.
A visitation will be held Friday, Aug. 5, from noon to 4 p.m. at Cargain Funeral Home, located in Carmel.
A prayer service to celebrate Flynn’s life is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
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Potential Arsonist Apprehended In Boonsboro After Pouring Gas, Threatening Family: Officials
A family dispute nearly got extremely heated in Maryland, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
Boonsboro resident Bruce Lovins, 52, is facing charges after allegedly pouring gasoline in the living room of his home and threatening his family, officials said.
Shortly before 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 5, officials said that deputy state fire marshals were called to the 300 block of Lanafield Circle after Lovins allegedly made arson threats toward family members, grabbed a jug of gasoline and began pouring it throughout the living room.
While he was pouring the gasoline, investigators said that Lovins continually made statements about burning the house down.
Lovins was taken into custody without further incident and charged with arson threat and reckless endangerment at the Washington County Detention Center. He was later released on a $5,000 unsecured bond and scheduled to make a court appearance at a later date.