An outdoorsman and brother to four sisters, Timothy B. Reber was born on August 15, 1980 to Timothy and Joanne Reber.
On February 10, 2012 Timothy was murdered because of a disagreement over a song, according to Brooke. She had received a phone call from one of her sisters that morning saying their 31-year-old brother had been shot 6-7 times, mainly in the abdomen area, and had passed shortly thereafter.
He was shot outside of his girlfriend’s house, of whom he had been dating for three days, according to Brooke. He was arguing with two men who were present at the house when one of the men branded the weapon and ended Timothy’s life. The other drove the Murderer from the scene, wrote Brooke. Later that morning, the authorities would apprehend the suspect.
There is a pre-trial scheduled for June 5, 2012 and currently the trial date is set for October 9, 2012.
Growing up in Reading, Pennsylvania, his sister Brooke said he was always very protective of his four sisters.
“He always defended and protected all of us, whether we were older or younger than him,” wrote Brooke via Facebook Message.
Timothy died roughly five months after the passing of his mother Joanne. She passed three days after her 57th birthday, according to Brooke. Timothy struggled with her passing, she wrote.
“As siblings we stuck together and always carried each other through the difficult time,” said Brooke.
Tim was an avid poker player, he and his friends played every Thursday, and thoroughly enjoyed his job of cutting down trees. Brooke said he loved his job and was very good at it.
While he didn’t have set plans, he always talked about settling down with the right girl wrote Brooke. She said he loved his nieces and nephews, wanted children, loved cats, had a heart of gold, and a great smile.