Timothy “Tim” Mathew Hickman
Timothy (Tim) Mathew Hickman, 68, of La Crosse, Wi, passed away peacefully on- May 14, 2023 at Gunderson Health Center in La Crosse, Wi
He was born on January 26 1955 to Mary and Herbert Hickman
Interests and hobbies include- Tim was proud to serve in the Navy. He was the Service Officer at The American Legion Post 417. He retired from chart after 30+ years. He loved riding his Harley, watching movies and Thrifting. Tim was a complete procrastinator, he had it tattooed on his arm, but even the word procrastinator wasn’t finished. Tim was witty, funny, friendly, outgoing and loved giving people a hard time. Most would say a real jokester. He spent a lot of time fixing and tinkering around with things.
He loved his cat Drogo. But most of all he loved his daughters and granddaughters and spending time with them.
Survived by- his daughters, Dawn and Kortney Hickman, granddaughters, Lilly and Lorelai Retzlaff. Wanda’s Sons, Aaron (Brooke) and Loren (Toni) Batchelder. His Step children Stephanie Weibel, AJ (Erica) Cook and all of his Step grandchildren, Sisters Lois (Mike) Dunnom, Sandra (Rodney) Moore, Pamela (Lenny) Berger, many nieces, and nephews, cousins and many Family and Friends.
Preceded in death- By both of his parents, Herbert and Mary Hickman, His Life Partner Wanda
Batchelder, Stepdaughter Kayleen Weibel, and Samantha Moore.
Thank you to The American Legion and Dave Lokken
Time- 12pm (Noon)
Clergy- Pastor Jeremy
Location- American Legion, Post 417, 700 Fisherman’s Rd, La Crosse, Wi 54603. Full Militarily honors and celebration of life to follow.
We are so sorry for the passing of Tim, many years has passed since we last saw the Hickman family’s but such nice and fun neighbors
Our prayers are with you all
The Clark’s down the block on cottage grove street
Prayers for the family. Tim was a great guy. We have been friends since our roller skating days in la crescent.
He will be missed for sure.
Tim you always made me smile. Your laugh was contagious and you made Chart a better place. Thanks for the memories. I will miss you! Rest peacefully.
Tim was a great friend always called me trouble! We shared our like of tattoos and often checked each other’s art! I’m saddened to hear of Tim’s passing. He will be missed.
Rest in peace brother, you will be missed, and I am so happy that I stayed in touched all these years!!
I’m so sorry for your family’s loss!
My husband and I worked with Tim and he was a jokester and and very nice guy!
Rest In Peace and God bless!
Tim was a great guy to work with. He was always kind to me and looked out for me. I will miss him.
It was my privilege (as plant Weld Engineer) to know and work with Tim during his many years as a skilled weldor for Altec / Chart. He was always positive, took great pride in his work and was respected by all his fellow co-workers. He had a deep love for his family. Tim will truly be missed by all.
My sincere condolences, sympathy and prayers to Tim’s family.
Tim was one of those great neighbors who would do anything for you. Miss him already. And Dawn and girls—we love you! We can still drop off baby turtles if you’re interested.
Tim’s smile was contagious and his heart was big. He will be sorely missed by all that knew him near or far. Love to his kids who were his world.
I haven’t seen “Timmy”, as I knew him, in many years. His mother, Mary, was my mom’s best friend. We spent a lot of fun times with Mary, Herb, Timmy, and Lois Ann when I was young. I barely remember the youngest, Pam, I think. My condolences to all of Tim’s family. Sounds like he was as fun and funny as when I knew him.
Tim was one of the few people who could make me blush and laugh all at the same time. My condolences to all the family and friends. I have many memories to cherish.
Tim was a good neighbor to us when we lived in La Crosse.
Sorry for your loss.
One man that I had the pleasure of knowing. Our relationship was never the best, but he always gave his all. Thank you Tim for being the man that you were.