With Heavy Hearts, Our Occucare Family Remembers Our Late Client and Dear Friend, Tim Gannon

“Recently Occucare lost one of our close and dear friends. Timothy Gannon was involved in a motor vehicle accident and did not survive. He’s been a leader and respected member of Concrete & construction for over 20 years. All of us at Occucare loved him like a family member.  We lost one of the truly good, kind-hearted, and loving people in this world. He loved his job as a safety professional and loved the people that he took care of. We will miss you dearly.”

– Dr. Ricky McShane

“Tim Gannon was a “good ole boy” and an awesome person all around. It was apparent that he was loved by all who crossed his path. Our hearts are truly heavy for you, Kim, and the whole Gannon family.”

– Amanda Hance

“Tim was a joy to work with! He always brought smiles to the faces of our staff when he dropped by for a visit. He was also a huge advocate of Occucare’s and we even went so far as to joke about putting him on our payroll because of all the meetings he got us with potential clients. He was such a great soul and friend. We will miss him dearly.”

– Lhoren Morris

“I am still in disbelief of the sudden passing of our friend Tim Gannon. I met Tim back in 2008 when he walked into our Houston Heights clinic with an injured employee. I was the front desk receptionist at the time and the first thing I noticed about Tim was his height, I was like “Wow he is a giant!”. I am not going to lie, I was a bit intimidated by him. However, it did not take long to discover that his height matched his personality. Tim was so kind, with a HUGE heart. he always walked into the clinic smiling from ear to ear and would say “Hola Chica!”. I am sure everyone that knew him would agree that he made the best crawfish, fish fry, and smoked the best meat you’ve ever tasted. I am going to miss it!  I can honestly say that I came to really appreciate Tim’s friendship. I sure will miss his infectious laugh and sense of humor.  Tim, you will be greatly missed, rest easy my dear friend.”

– Liliana Hernandez