Timothy Okposin, better known to his friends and family as Timmie, was an affectionate and compassionate individual who touched many lives. He always welcomed change with open arms, from music performances at his son William’s school to going fishing with family on vacations to relaxing time spent listening to books by Timmie (known as Idongesit in Efik language).
Early Life and Education
Timothy Okposin was born in Nigeria and raised in Dallas, Texas by his parents Solomon Okposin and Elizabeth Uffot Omoette. As part of an athletic family – with parents that excelled in football, basketball and track where he held the county record for 400 meters race – Timothy excelled in all three disciplines and held onto it until graduation day at Texas A&M University. His middle name “Idongesit” speaks volumes about him: playful, carefree and loves the company of others.
Timoth was riding his motorcycle when he was struck by another vehicle and sustained a fractured left femur, requiring treatment by our medical partner. With their help he has since made a full recovery and returned to work! Timoth serves as a wonderful example to all and we thank all our supporters for the ongoing assistance he’s receiving!
Tim was an accomplished athlete in Football, Basketball and Track, holding the County record in 400 meter race. A true family man and caring individual who always put others before himself. His middle name “Idongesit” meant Comfort which truly represented how he lived his life.
Timothy Olyphant began honing his acting abilities with off-Broadway productions in the early 1990s before embarking on his film acting career in 1997 with a supporting role in “Sex and the City.” This led to more prominent roles such as “Advice from a Caterpillar” and then 1999’s “Go,” where he finally established himself as leading man status. Since then he has continued playing villain roles reminiscent of Clint Eastwood – earning comparisons even from Clint himself! Recurring roles like these have cemented Olyphant as one of America’s finest actors!
Timothy Oakes owns at least 90,828 units of Endurance International Inc stock worth more than $439,573. On 9 March 2018 alone he made the largest trade of his career: exercising 107,475 units worth over $540,9112 worth selling an average of every 204 days over 20 years.