Epp, Timothy Lloyd Tim Epp passed away on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at the age of 62. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Linda; sons Jared and Graham (Jessie); brothers Larry (Denise) and Gerald (Donna); and stepbrothers Russ (Lorena), Jeff (Diane) and Perry (Barb) Friesen. He was predeceased by his parents, Paul and Lillian; stepmother Lora; and brother Vern (Holly). Tim was born at Rosthern, SK on August 1, 1954. After growing up in various small towns in Saskatchewan, the family moved to Saskatoon in 1966 where he attended Haultain School and Aden Bowman Collegiate. He attended the University of SK for two years studying mechanical engineering before deciding to enter the work field. Tim had many jobs during that time: he loved to drive trucks (any kind of truck), and he loved working with his hands and being outdoors, so he got his dream job when he purchased Dressler Landscaping in 1983 from retiring George Dressler. Tim's work can be seen in many parks, commercial properties and residential properties in and around Saskatoon. He is most proud of the work he did at the new College of Agriculture building on the U of S campus. When not working, he was busy landscaping his own home on his acreage east of Saskatoon. He built and maintained a beautiful oasis on the 80 acre site where he lived until the day before he passed away. His great joy was climbing up on his tractor to mow, cultivate, rototill, and just enjoy being outside and making his yard look beautiful. In the winter of 1989, having no landscaping work to occupy him, Tim started Battery Boys Limited selling automotive batteries, mainly to farm implement dealers. This quickly morphed into a going concern with the addition of specialty battery manufacture for utility companies and hospitals. In 1999, Battery Boys was awarded a cellular dealership with SaskTel Mobility, and the company has grown to four locations and over 20 employees since that time. The recent rebranding and new name 'Bolt Mobile' added new life to the business in 2016, and Tim's vision continued as he opened the business to new partners from within the organization to share in his success. He was very proud of the business he built from the ground up, and rightfully so. Tim's elder son Jared continues at the helm of Bolt Mobile with three other partners (including his mother) in the hopes that we can make Tim proud of what he has created. Younger son Graham is an RN at St. Paul's Hospital, and Tim was extremely proud of his success in his chosen field. A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, July 1 at 1:00 p.m. at Nutana Park Mennonite Church at 1701 Ruth Street East, Saskatoon. Arrangements are in care of Cherished Memories. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Palliative Care Unit at St. Paul's Hospital in Saskatoon or a charity of your choice.