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Timothy Dressman

Visitation Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger
Interment Info: Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory

Timothy Ralph Dressman, 64, of Elsmere, KY passed away on Friday, April 5, 2019.  Tim previously worked as a purchasing agent for Erlanger Lumber.  Tim was an active member of the St. Henry Parish community in Elsmere, serving as past president of the parish council, past school board president of St. Henry Elementary and St. Henry High School, and past chairman of the St. Henry Festival Committee.  His greatest love was in his role as St. Henry High School Boys’ Soccer team Head Coach.  He was the 1999 NSCAA & Adidas Kentucky Coach of the Year, 1999 Kentucky Coaches Association Coach of the Year, the 1999 SW Ohio & NKY Multiple Sclerosis Father of the Year, and 2006 NKHSBSCA Hall of Fame inductee.  He is survived by his wife of 46 years Sue Dressman (nee Beckner), sons Aaron Dressman (Amanda) and Seth Dressman (Steph Vargo), grandsons Sean and Callen Dressman, brother Daniel Dressman, and many other loving family members.  Visitation will be held on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 5pm until 7:30pm at Linnemann Funeral Home in Erlanger, KY.  Memorial contributions can be sent to the National MS Society, P.O. Box 4527, New York, NY 10163.  Online condolences can be made at

5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Linnemann Funeral Home Erlanger

30 Commonwealth Avenue
12:00 am

Timothy Dressman


Linnemann Funeral Home Crematory

Address: 30 Commonwealth Avenue Erlanger, KY - Kentucky 41018
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Timothy Dressman


Condolence to Tim Dressman Family

Dear Sue,Aaron,Seth-We just learned of Tim’s death and extend our condolences to all of you. What a “treasure” it is to have know Tim and all of you. We keep all of you in our prayers. The Donovan Family

Sue and family

Sue, So sorry to read about Tim’s passing. You and Tim have been a cornerstone of our class since you began dating. My thoughts and best wishes are with you and your sons during these difficult times.
Best Always,
Tom Mann



A Wonderful Person

Kind of sums it all up and fits Tim to the T. We don’t know why but God always takes the good people too soon. Tim will be missed and always remembered. God Bless.
Larry and Sharon Snyder


I extend my deepest sympathy and prayers on your loss. I was connected to Tim thru Erlanger Lumber and sports. He is an outstanding and inspirational person to all of us. May you be consoled with the faith that Tim is in the loving arms of our Awesome God.

Prayers, Dick Maile

Our sympathies

My sister and I met Tim during his stay at Indiansprings. It was clear MS impacted him on multiple levels, and he often came across as gruff. We didn’t know Tim before MS, but we saw glimpses of the good man he wanted to be. He looked out for our Grandmother, Anna, and kept us informed on how she was doing. He entertained her stories and let us know when she was having a bad day. We commiserated over the Bengals losses and celebrated their (too few) wins. He related stories about his sons and how he admired their accomplishments. He looked forward to your family visits, and we’re sure he understood why they were tough on you too. So sorry he and your family endured his decline for so long, we’re positive he feels much better and at peace now, and we hope you find comfort in the end of his suffering. All our best for your family, Beth and Katie Stewart.

Mary Diebold

Sue and Family, my deepest sympathy for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.


Tim was not only my cousin, he was also a mentor and a dear friend. We had many private conversations throughout the years and he inspired me to never give up and trust in the Lord. I love him and cherish him as a blessing in my life.

With Greatest Sympathy

So sorry for your loss! You and your family Sue are in our hearts and prayers
Joe and Betty Leadingham

Sue and family

Please accept our prayers and deepest sympathies for your loss. God Bless all of you today and always
Tom and Pam Burkardt