Timothy Brigham Howe

Timothy Brigham Howe

Died April 11, 1996

Timothy was an international person and an entrepreneur.

He prepared for Yale at Le Rosey, a prestigious school in Switzerland whose students include children of international heads of state, royalty, cultural figures and business people. Timothy attended Yale only during freshman year, leaving to return to Switzerland to study.

He had a strong entrepreneurial spirit and was involved in a number of international business ventures, ultimately settling in Savannah, Georgia and Coral Gables, Florida, where he was active in real estate development.

At the time of his death Timothy was president of Central Florida Air Terminals of Sanford, which was involved in developing what is now the Orlando-Sanford International Airport. Timothy was a heavy smoker and died suddenly of a heart attack on April 11, 1996, at the age of 53. He was survived by his wife, Christina, a daughter, two step-daughters and three brothers.