Timothy Noland, 56, was welcomed into heaven on June 20th, 2018. He peacefully passed in Mesa, Arizona.
Tim Noland was born on November 25th, 1961 in Phoenix, Arizona to Rex and Carol (Steele) Noland. He was the youngest of two boys.
Tim attended Mountain View High School the first year it opened in 1976, in Mesa, AZ. In high school, Tim was most known as the owner of the toro bull mascot. He’d bring the toro bull on campus and to all of the home football games. He was the first graduating class of 1980.
In 1982, Tim opened his first feed store in Apache Junction, AZ and called it Superstition Feed. This store came with several challenges, but taught him how much drive he actually had. He was a natural born entrepreneur.
Tim also owned and operated his successful valley-wide known business, the Pet Club until June 2017. His biggest passion in life was running his business. At the height of the business, he provided jobs for over 600 people, in four different states, and had over 65 retail locations.
Tim passed as he lived always, a fighter. He was a kind soul whose smile would light up a room. He was a brilliant man and his compassion for people was self-evident. Many would consider him an icon in the feed and pet industry. He touched the lives of many and will always be remembered as the strong, business driven man that he was. He will live on through each and every one of us and will continue to be an inspiration to all.
Tim Noland was preceded in death by his brother, Randy Noland and father, Rex Noland. He is survived by his mother Carol Noland, and best friend Tim (Jessica) Stevenson and their three children, Leila, Cooper and Lincoln.