Timothy Ebbert

Timothy Ebbert

January 19, 1957 September 1, 2020

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Obituary for Timothy Austin Ebbert

Timothy Austin Ebbert passed away suddenly of natural causes on the morning of September 1, 2020. He was born January 19, 1957 to the late Daniel G. and M. Virginia Ebbert.

Tim was a graduate of Wilson High School, where he excelled as an athlete and student. After graduation from Bucknell University in 1979, he joined his father as a Financial Advisor in the Lutheran Brotherhood Financial Services Organization. From this position, Tim formed close and lasting relationships over his 41 year career that went well beyond his professional role. In 1999 he joined the Giles Financial Group and continued touching lives with his skill, his wit and his warmth.

He treasured the many friendships in his wide social network, and was a caring and well-liked friend, church volunteer, and golf partner.

Tim also leaves to cherish his memory his sister, Susan Ebbert Hall and her husband, Rev. Dr. Michael E. Hall; his nephew, Benjamin Michael Wambaugh, husband of Lindsay Lewis Wambaugh; his niece, Abigail Virginia Wambaugh, wife of Jon Mørk-Jensen; and three great nieces and one great nephew: Archer Virginia Wambaugh, Parker Lewis Wambaugh, Virginia George Mørk-Wambaugh, and Sofus August Mørk-Wambaugh.

The family wishes to thank the bystanders at the business where Tim collapsed, the first responders and the emergency room professionals who tried valiantly to save his life. We are grateful that Tim didn't suffer.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family, with a celebration of Tim's life to be scheduled at a later time. Contributions in his memory may be made to Atonement Lutheran Church, 5 Wyomissing Blvd, Wyomissing PA, 19610. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., West Reading is assisting Tim's family with final arrangements. Condolences may be expressed at

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Carol Powers

I again am very sorry for your loss. Tim did wonderful things with his life of which I am sure you are very proud. He is with Jesus now. Thank you for sharing his life with me. I am sorry we did not have an opportunity to spend more time there and share more closely with his life. God Bless you and your family.
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Dean Exas

Susan and family. I had many opportunities to spend time with Tim playing midget football coached by Mr Ebbert and Many hours on the basketball court throughout our high school career. Nothing but fond memories. I enjoyed the friendship we developed and shared many happy moments together. My deepest sympathy. Dean Exas.
Comment | Posted at 05:23pm via Condolence

Victoria E. Troutman

Sue and Family,
I was surprised and saddened to read of Tim's passing. Gosh, I have known your both for MANY years. I send hugs of sympathy and care to you. Victoria E. Troutman
Comment | Posted at 10:34am via Condolence

Traci Gardner

Dear Sue and Family,
I was privileged to know Tim through his work with Lutheran Brotherhood, and am saddened and shocked by his sudden passing. Tim was quick with a smile or joke, proficient in his financial knowledge, and always treated his clients with respect and compassion. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. May God provide comfort and strength during this sad time, and may your fond memories of Tim warm your hearts in the days ahead.

--Traci (Lehr) Gardner
Comment | Posted at 07:03pm via Condolence


My recollection of Tim from high school days, a great guy, very together, always a pleasure to be around. Best wishes extended to family members during this very difficult time.
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