Timothy E. Meile, 22

Insulation installer

April 18, 2007

Timothy Earl Meile, an insulation installer and Chestertown resident, died of undetermined causes Thursday at a sister's Aberdeen home. He was 22.

The family is awaiting results of toxicology tests that should show the cause of death, said his maternal grandmother, Dolly Bussey of Millington.

Mr. Meile was born in Baltimore and raised in Brooklyn Park and Aberdeen, where he attended Aberdeen High School.

In 2001, he moved to Chestertown and went to work for Jim Bussey Construction Co., a home improvement firm.

He had recently taken a job as an insulation installer with Warfel Insulation Co. on the Eastern Shore.

Mr. Meile liked to hunt, fish and play video games.

Services will be held at 7 p.m. today at the Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, 130 Speer Road, Chestertown.

He is also survived by his son, Waylon J. Meile of Aberdeen; his father, Thomas Roberts of Aberdeen, and his mother, Vonda Bussey Meile of Chestertown; sisters Amanda J. Roberts of Aberdeen and Elena M. Alvarado of Millington; paternal grandmother Shirley Vukov of Glen Burnie; maternal grandfather Earl Bussey of Millington; and his companion, Sara Simmons of Aberdeen.

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