The death of their son Mekbul was revealed by Michigan political strategist Jeff Timmer and his wife in a tweet to the general public.
The Lincoln Project, which tweeted the statement, has Timmer on its senior advisory board. Republican opposition to Donald Trump is represented by The Lincoln Project.
We are devastated by the sudden death of our youngest child, it read. We appreciate everyone’s prayers and thoughts. Mekbul Timmer, a senior in high school, was loved and revered by everyone he encountered, even his instructors. I implore you to just love your family, especially your children. The claim was made by Jeff and Mattie Timmer.
According to Jeff Timmer’s Twitter bio, “Strategist. Michigan. the first Republican. He is a co-founder and senior advisor of Project Lincoln. A Republic, If You Can Keep It is another program he co-hosts. adept at being smartass.
Lehman Funeral Homes posted the lengthy obituary that Timmer’s family had written. There are “more people who loved him than there are stars in the sky,” including his parents, three sisters, and one brother, who are all still living.
The Lincoln Project tweeted, “Our thoughts are with the Timmer family. At this time, please respect The Lincoln Project’s need for privacy.
The reason of death was kept private. He had a Facebook account, but all that is visible there is one outdated photo.
According to its website, The Lincoln Project is “a prominent pro-democracy organization in the United States – devoted to the preservation, protection, and defense of democracy.”
According to the website, “The Lincoln Project is a political action committee (PAC) that was founded in December 2019 by a group of former Republican political strategists with the goal of defending democracy from Donald Trump’s nationalistic populist ideals and agenda, as well as his allies in Congress and the far-right media.”
Mattie Timmer, Jeff Timmer’s wife, said on Twitter, “The outpouring of love and concern we have received are allowing us the moments of grace we need to handle this terrible agony.” Thank you to everyone who has contacted us in any way.
Jeff Timmer posted a picture of his kid on Facebook without comment after he passed away. Mattie Timmer did likewise.
“I miss his cheerful demeanor and continual laughing at school. With his charm and humor, he was a lot of fun in class, and I’ll never forget that. I just had a brief encounter with him every day this year, but his smile was always contagious and brilliant! “Love to your family,” a friend said on her Facebook page.
Mek was described as a “lovely person” by another acquaintance. Many people will miss Mek. That grin alone could illuminate the space. More comforting prayers are being sent. He’s a great, kind, compassionate, hilarious, sweet, and brilliant young guy, according to another source. I cherish him. Sending our affection damages us.
His grin was also seen by many.
We absolutely like the way you grin! That’s how he will always remain in our hearts, one commenter said.
“My heart goes out to you and your family for the awful death of your kid,” another person remarked. I am very sorry. As you grieve his passing and honor his life, may the Lord give your family courage and solace.