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Timothy Alan Letzring dies at 49

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Timothy Alan Letzring age 49 of Nashua, died Monday, Nov. 14, 2016, at Mercy Medical Center, Mason City. Private family services will be held at a later date.  Arrangements are entrusted with Hugeback Johnson Funeral Home - Olson Chapel in Nashua.  Online condolences for Tim's family may be left at hugebackfuneralhome.comTimothy Alan Letzring was born May 19, 1967 in Hampton, the son of Jack and Nancy (Cummings) Letzring. He attended Nashua schools from 4th grade up until his graduation from Nashua High School in 1985. On June 21, 1986 he married his high school sweetheart, Tammy Kaiser, in Charles City. To this union one son was born.  Tim worked at Seebees Inc. Foundry in Hampton after the couple were married before moving back to Nashua and running a dairy farm just west of town. The couple operated the dairy farm until 2000 when Tim went to work for Peterson Contracting out of Reinbeck.Tim loved motorcycles. It was his passion. You could often catch him riding his Goldwing with his wife riding right behind him. He loved being with his friends. Tim will always be remembered as a jokester who could make anybody laugh and always had an optimistic outlook on everything.Tim is survived by his wife, Tammy Letzring of Nashua; one son, Bryan Letzring of Nashua; his parents, Jack and Nancy Letzring of Frederika; one sister, Christine (Kevin) Fisher of Fredreka; two nieces, Crystal (Alex) Schilling of Des Moines, Allyson (Alan) Watts of Hulbert, Wisc; a special aunt, Carol Letzring of Blue Mound, Wisc.He was preceded in death by one brother, Bryan Letzring in 1988; paternal grandparents Ray and Maxine Letzring; maternal grandparents Roland and Merle Cummings. 

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