ROCHESTER — Timothy D. Meserve, 27, died Wed. Aug. 25, 2010 in Canterbury from injuries sustained in an auto accident.
Tim was born in Dover, Oct. 5, 1982, the son of David and Diane (Murdo) Meserve. He had been employed by R&D Paving.
Tim loved NASCAR, working on cars, woodworking and was at one point a member of the Shapleigh Fire and Rescue out of Shapleigh, Maine, and was planning to continue his education and get his degree in fire science along side his daughter Danielle.
Tim also loved riding motorcycles and spent many weekends on poker runs to raise money for the Liberty House in Manchester, which was a home for Veterans, and he did those rides in honor of his father-in-law, who passed away a few years ago. He also did rides for animal shelters and for NHMRO's toy run.
Tim's attention was recently focused on his 4-week-old grandson Rhidyn, who he called his "Little Man," and Tim loved coming home from work to see him and hold him.
Survivors include his parents; his wife, Tina (Reynolds) Meserve, of Rochester; two daughters, Kayla and Danielle; a grandson, "little man" Rhidyn; and two brothers, Frank Murdo and David Meserve Jr., both of Dover.
Also surviving him are aunts Brenda Murdo of Dover; aunt Sharon (Murdo) Hawkins of Somersworth; uncle Mike Murdo of Epping; grandmother Doris Meserve; great-grandmother Lillian Plante; aunt Mary (Meserve) Huerkamp; and grandmother Joan Murdo, all of Somersworth; and his mother-in-law, Jo Ann Gregg, of Rochester.
Tim also had numerous cousins within the area.
Tim was preceded in death by his uncle Chucky Murdo; his grandfather Eddie Murdo; and his father-in-law, Henry James Gregg Jr.