Karl T. “Tim” Kerr, of Bath, formerly of Hornell

BATH / HORNELL-Karl T. “Tim” Kerr, 66, of Old Hammondsport Rd., Bath, NY died Friday afternoon (December 11, 2020) at Arnot Health Medical Center in Elmira, from complications following surgery.

Born in Hornell, NY on July 14, 1954, he was the son of Jack and Helen (Weaver) Kerr.

Karl was a graduate of Hornell High School (class of 1973). He lived & worked in Savannah, GA for 6 years, moving to Bath, NY in 1979. He had been employed at Mercury Aircraft in Hammondsport for over 32 years, retiring in 2013. 

For several years, Karl volunteered his time at the Bath Ambulance Corp. He was a member of the Hornell Moose Lodge & was a member of Bath VFW War Dads where he served as treasurer.  He enjoyed traveling, auctions, yard sales, playing dice & cards.

Karl was preceded in death by his parents, Jack & Helen Kerr; his brother, Jack Kerr JR; his brothers-in-law, Dick Flanagan, Bob Allaway, George Menger and Albert Mennito, SR; his sisters-in-law, Judy Lewis, Betsy Mennito and Linda Kerr; and special uncle, Ron Weaver.

Surviving are his wife, Fran May of Bath; his daughter, Tina (Ray) Wilson of Savannah, GA; his sisters, Cindy Flanagan of Bath, Beth Allaway of Bath, Susan (Marc Bell) Potter of Foley, AL; his brothers Greg Kerr of Hornell, Dan (Deb Stanford) Kerr of Hornell, Steve Kerr of Bradford, NY and Jim Kerr of Bath, his estranged brother, Dave (Kelly Stedman) Kerr of Bath;  his sister-in-law Jean Menger of Hudson, FL; his grandson, James Zapeline of Savannah GA, 2 great-grandsons; many nieces & nephews; his special aunt, Martha Weaver of Savannah GA, former wife & friend, Beverly Kerr & family of Florida.

At Karl’s request there will be no calling hours or services.

Funeral arrangements are in care of the Dagon Funeral Home, 38 Church St., Hornell, NY 14843.

Karl’s family request that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in his name be made to Care First Hospice, 3805 Meads Creek Rd., Painted Post, NY 14870 or to a charity of the donor’s choice.

To leave an online condolence or share a memory, visit www.dagonfuneralhome.com.