March 12, 1938 — October 20, 2019
Tim grew up in Montevideo, and died in Denver Colo. He was preceded in death by his parents, Edwin and Louetta Ondahl; his wife, Barbara Peterson and brother-in- law, James Rabenberg. He is survived by his sister, Mary Rabenberg, of Mobridge S.D.; niece, Rachel (and Ben) Rust, of Woodbury; nephews, Robert (and Cora) Rabenberg, of Mandan N.D. and Timothy (and Tabetha) Rabenberg, of Bismarck N.D.; great-nieces and greatnephews, Mya and Jackson Rabenberg, of Mandan N.D., Paige and Jacob Rabenberg, of Bismarck N.D., Mathew and Katherine Rust, of Woodbury; grandchildren Lindsey and Chase Dornbusch; and dedicated friends and caretakers Keri and Brian Dornbusch, of Denver and Granby, Colo.
Tim also leaves many friends in Denver, Minnesota, Granby, and across the country. Tim spent most of his career serving in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, first as chaplain in New York, N.Y., Terre Haute Ind., Englewood Colo., and Atlanta Ga. He also served in various Bureau of Prison positions in Washington DC, Talladega Ala., Rochester, La Tuna, Texas and Dallas, Texas.
Tim was an avid skier, ski instructor, golfer, basketball and football fan. Tim and Barbara volunteered at Meals on Wheels and with Maryknoll in Tanzania, Africa. His pups Toby, Benedict, Chaucer and Belle brought him great joy.