Timothy S. Powers, 62 of Spring Hill, TN, passed away peacefully on December 2, 2021 at Alive Hospice in Nashville, TN. Following a long, courageous battle with Huntington’s Disease. A memorial service was held on December 11, 2021 at Fellowship Bible Church, Franklin, TN. with a private burial at Beaver Cemetery in Beaver, PA. A faithful husband and loving father, Tim is survived by his wife, Kimberly Powers and his two sons, Landon and Logan Powers. Born in Beaver, PA on April 12, 1959, he is the son of the late, Robert O. Powers and Janet Powers Cicco of South Pasadena, FL. He was proceeded in death by his brother, Robert B. Powers. Tim is a graduate of Beaver High School in Beaver, PA. He then enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, following in the footsteps of his father and brother Bob by serving with distinction in the U.S military. He then attended the University of Maryland where he graduated Magna cum laude, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Tim was a lifelong athlete, excelling in baseball and golf. He was a key member of his high school golf team, of an Air Force competitive traveling team and a member of the University of Maryland’s golf team. Following college, Tim settled in Virginia Beach, VA. Where he served on the marketing team of SATCOM Corp. He was active in his local church, First Baptist of Norfolk, where he met and married his future wife, Kimberly Sweet. They were married on July 31, 1993 and adopted their wonderful sons, Landon and Logan. In 1996, Tim and Kimberly established a national non-profit for teens, Walk the Talk Youth Ministries, Inc.—a Christian ministry equipping teens to find their true esteem and confidence in Christ. Tim found great joy and fulfillment leading others to Christ. Tim honored his Lord with his life, adored his family, and valued close lifetime friendships. He often spoke of the “glory days” of raising two young boys and serving Jesus in ministry. As a man of faith, Tim lived courageously, despite his illness and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Those wishing to donate in honor of Tim are encouraged to contact the Huntington’s Disease Society of America at HDSA.org. Tim and his brother, Bob were the first two people in the world to be tested for the genetic indicator for Huntington’s disease. Throughout Tim’s life, doctors continued to study the disease in it’s progression, in an attempt to move forward in research as there is yet no known cure. The family is especially grateful for the expert, loving care provided to Tim over many years by the dedicated, professional staff at John’s Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland and Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, TN.