TIMOTHY JON HAVERLYOf Waialua, O'ahu, passed away peacefully in his sleep on August 18, 2022 after extended and excellent care provided by the 'ohana at Aloha Nursing Rehab Center. He was born in Virginia on October 12, 1947. At a young age, he, his mother Jane, older brother Cort, and dog Prince soon drove across the country and moved to Hawai'i. He enjoyed the experiences of education at a multitude of many local public and private schools, including family at Sunset Beach Christian School, Mid Pacific Institute, and Kaimuki High School.

Many of the names and titles he is proudly known as are "Tim," "Dad," "Uncle Tim," "Grandpa Lefty," "Chief," "Officer Haverly," "Crew Chief," "war veteran," "member of the 1st Air Cav." The most important name he is called is "Honey" to his companion and love of his life Carolyn Leina'ala "Lei" Haverly, whom he was married to for 51 years. Tim is also survived by his sons Damon and Keali'i (Kahoku), seven grandchildren, brother Cort and Cort's children David and Kiyomi and their children, and several other family members including nephews and nieces. In death, he is joined by relatives such as his mother, his stepfather Dr. Roy Leighton, his uncle and aunt Al and Iris Campbell, his parents in-law Damon and Vivian Kamahele.

After sacrificing his all in the US Army and eventually on a tour in Vietnam as a medevac crew chief in both Pleiku and An Khe from 1966 to 1967, Tim soon returned back to Hawai'i and began a life-long career of service. He worked in and for notable organizations such as Hawai'i Civil Defense in search and rescue, Civil Air Patrol, Pearl Ridge Shopping Center, Marine Surf Hotel, and others. Tim's career of service continued in loss prevention, becoming expert in his field of industry, property, and retail related security and prevention. He also provided paid and volunteer services and consultation with Burns International, Halekulani, Visitor Aloha Society of Hawai'i, the City Prosecuting Attorney's Office, and many, many others.

Private family services are planned.

Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased