Timothy Robert Malicote, age 55, of LaFollette passed away Tuesday, November 17, 2020. He was a member of New Life Ministries. He was a loving husband, son, father, and “Poppa” to his grandchildren. He was a master of many things and could figure out how to fix just about anything. He always enjoyed learning new skills and working with his hands. He was very creative and had a gift of putting thoughts into words. He was one of the most kind and loving souls on earth. He loved the Lord and loved his church and will be greatly missed. Preceded in death by father, Robert Wayne Malicote; grandparents, Alvis and Lillian Malicote, Clyde and Rhea Moffette; aunt, Margaret McNeeley and husband Junior; uncles, Carl Roberts, Donnie and Tommy Moffette, brother-in-law: John Faulkner II


Wife of 34 years: Kris Anne Faulkner Malicote

Daughter: Kayla and Clark Woods

Sons: Timothy Stephen and Natalie Malicote
Matthew Robert Malicote

Grandchildren: Jackson, Kendall and Kimber Woods, Tucker Malicote who were the love of his life

Mother: Jean Moffette Malicote

Brother: Stacey Wayne and Lisa Malicote

Father and mother-in-law: John and Margaret Faulkner

Sister-in-law: Jill and husband Mike O’Grady

Nieces and nephews: Lauren and Adam Lindquist, Josh, John and Allan O’Grady, Samantha and Spencer Faulkner and Sam Lemons

Aunts and uncles: Wanda Roberts, Mike and Debi Malicote, Frankie Monday, Anna and Doug Boshears

A host of cousins, other relatives and friends

Family will receive friends 5 PM to 7 PM Friday at New Life Ministries, 181 Indian Mound Cir, Jacksboro, Tn, 37757. Funeral service 7 PM Friday at New Life Ministries with Rev. Allen Shepherd officiating.

Family and friends will meet 10 AM Saturday at Cross-Smith Funeral Home and proceed to Bakers Forge Cemetery for a 11 AM Interment.

In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to New Life Ministry, 128 South Village Lane, LaFollette, Tn, 37766 or the Campbell County Cancer Association, P.O. Box 122, Jacksboro, Tn, 37757

Please follow CDC guidelines by wearing a mask and practice social distancing.

Condolences may be given online at http://www.cross-smithfuneralhome.com

Arrangements by Cross-Smith Funeral Home