Charles “Chuck” Lynn Timm
Charles “Chuck” Lynn Timm age 70 of Arcadia, passed away peacefully on March 16, 2023 at home surrounded by his family. He was born on December 14, 1952 to Charles and Phyllis (McClintock) Timm of Mindoro, WI. Chuck grew up in Mindoro on the family farm. He attended and graduated from Melrose Mindoro High School.
On August 9, 1985, Chuck married Rhonda Winters. Rhonda had two children from a previous marriage, Nathan and Kylee, who Chuck fully embraced and raised as his own. Together they would have two more children Charles (Chip) and Mackenzie.
There is no denying that Chuck was a people person. He sold insurance for many years before finding his true passion of bar ownership. He co-owned Chuck and Bob’s in Mindoro, WI and then in 2002 went on to own and operate Up-Chucks in Arcadia, WI. For 20 plus years, Chuck was proud to have the #1 Place To Party, where people may have entered as strangers, but always left as friends.
Chuck was an avid sports enthusiast. His two loves were the Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers. Chuck was also quite the athlete himself. He bowled for many years perfecting his signature “hop.” Some of his fondest memories though were made playing firstbase during fast pitch softball games with his dad as the coach and his buddies on the field. After hanging up his cleats, you could then find him burning rubber as #27 on the track at the LaCrosse Fairground Speedway in West Salem. Chuck competed for many years and became an announcer before retiring.
His talents were not only found on the field, down the lane or on the track, but he could also play a mean pair of spoons! To sum it up, his greatest gift was always having fun and building life long friendships.
Chuck is survived by two sons, Nathan Skaar, and Chip (Megan) Timm; two daughters, Kylee Skaar, and Mackenzie (Collin Brown) Timm; grandchildren, Emma, Hadley, Shea Timm, and Nolan Lemek; brothers-in-law, Bob Sbraggia, and Michael Winters; sister-in-law, Hollie Winters Bowker; nephews, Tony Sbraggia, Rob (Crystal) Sbraggia and Ian Bowker
Chuck is preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Phyllis; his wife, Rhonda; and his two sisters, Charlotte Sbraggia, and Charlene “Chub” Timm.
The family would like to thank Mayo Clinic Hospice of La Crosse, its nursing staff, and cancer specialist doctors.
Services will be held at the First Presbyterian Church in Galesville, WI. A visitation will be held on Friday, March 24th from 5pm to 8pm. On Saturday, March 25th visitation will be held from 10am to 11am with a funeral service held at 11am. The family then invites you to join them from 12:30pm to 4pm at the Centerville Curling Club for a celebration of Chuck’s life.
In Lieu of Flowers, monetary memorials can be made to the family.
We had the pleasure of racing with Chuck, and also visiting him at Up Chucks. He was over joyed when he saw that we had purchased a 88 Monte Carlo SS. Said it made him happy to see one that wasn’t a race car🏁 Rest in Peace dear friend. 🏁🏁 Dennis and Pam Osthoff
I met chuck at his bar several years ago with my friends Dick Seidel and Steve korger after Ashley for the arts concert. This became an annual occurrence for us every year for a number of years. Chuck was so friendly and happy to see us. He was beyond hospitable and bought us plenty of drinks! Chuck will be missed but always remembered. Prayers go out to chuck’s family. God Bless you all!
Always such a fun guy! His abundance of friends was proof that he had such a loving spirit!
Chuck was a good dude. First of all he bought my 1994 championship winning sportsman race car and from I remember did pretty well with it. Last summer i stopped into upchucks to see him and bought me a drink. God bless and RIP Chuck
My sympathy to the family. RIP Chuck.
I had the greatest time bowling on the same team with Chuck on Thursday nught in Holmen. He was a great man and a great friend. So sorry for his family’s loss.
God’s perfect love hit a grand slam with blessing us with the incredible Chuck Timm in our lives! From our enjoyable days at UWL to sitting on his bar stools at Upchucks after the incredible ArkAdia concerts, those entertaining memories will last forever! We will see you later in heaven Bro! Your La Crosse brothers, Dick Don Moose
Sir Charles what a great friend and person. Had so many great times playing cribbage golfing and road trips and always great conversation. You were special to me. My life will be changed forever. May our Good Lord and Savior be holding you in His arms. Yaz & Dori
Sure glad we got first hand to see your spoon performance one night and so glad we got to visit you at your pad and said our goodbyes for now ,you were a strong man with perfect O2 We talked about the bus trips to the brewery and to the games. God Blessed you with your caring FAMILY and FRIENDS and may we all join again someday in HEAVEN Cindy H and Christy B
My condolences to the family of my old friend ❣️ He was the best of the best. He will surely be missed by everyone that knew him.RIP MY OLD FRIEND!
He was a senior in high school when I was a freshman. He was one of the best all-around athletes that I have ever seen.
God Bless you Chuck. Many great times we had back in the day.
Rest in peace, Chuck.
My what a great guy and athlete. I first met Chuck when he played for Mindoro fast-pitch back in the early 70’s. Throughout his playing days he was one of the most feared batters in the area and along with his fellow teammates from Wilbur Lime won numerous tournaments and State Championships. I always enjoyed our competitive games during our fast-pitch playing days. Ill bet he is up in heaven having a cold one with Gomer Schroeder right now. God bless you Chuck ,
Every time you stepped to the plate you hit the ball of life as hard as you could . I will miss you. Rest in peace Chuck .
We lost a great guy. Chuck, RIP.
Our fondest memories of Chuck will always be on the softball field playing for Wilber Lime. We also had a lot of fun visiting him at Up Chucks! Always smiling, Chuck was one in a million and all who knew him will forever have a void in their lives. Our condolences to his family. Rest in peace, my friend❤️
We are so sorry to here of the loss of Chip’s dad. Condolences from all our family here in Montana and may he Rest In Peace. Prayers for all of the family out in Wisconsin.
We’ve had so many memories with Chuck over the years. He always greeted us with a smile and a hug. We’re gonna miss you bud, rest easy my friend ❤️
Lots of great memories with Chuck but our favorite was when we visited him at Upchucks and he brought out the mother cat and kittens from under a beer cooler. What a kind hearted guy and we are proud to have had him as a friend.
Our sincerest sympathy to Chuck’s family. We have many fond memories of our friendship in the 80’s; bowling, golfing, Chuck & Bob’s in Mindoro, and a few “shenanigans”, as well!
Bud & Jean Raymer