In Memory of

Timothy

Wylie

"Tim"

Schoolfield

Obituary for Timothy Wylie "Tim" Schoolfield

Timothy Wiley Schoolfield, beloved son of Evelyn L. Waters and the late John Lee Armstrong, was born on January 11, 1965. He entered eternal rest on April 12, 2024 at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital in Onancock, Virginia.

“Tim,” as he was affectionately known, was educated in the Worcester County Public Schools system. He was a 1983 graduate of Pocomoke High School.

At an early age, Tim joined Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Wardtown, Maryland under the leadership of the late Rev. James Marshall. In later years, he joined the congregation at Macedonia Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Tamela Wise and sang with the Male Chorus.

Tim was truly loved and cared for by his family. His children were his whole world and he cherished them. Tim was a true Dallas Cowboys fan. In his leisure, he enjoyed trucking, drag racing, and spending time with his family, especially at the family barbecues.

To know him was to love him. Tim was a singer and loved music. He also loved to talk about cars and trucks everyday of life. After he became ill, he was very quiet and humble. He never complained about anything. Tim will be truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.

In addition to his father, Tim was preceded in death by his nephew, Richard Armstrong, Jr. and niece, Jessica Harrison.

Tim leaves to cherish his loving memories his mother, Evelyn Waters of New Church, VA; one sister, Lisa Armstrong of New Church, VA; one brother, Richard Armstrong, Sr. (Diana) of Seaford, DE; three sons, Timothy Schoolfield (Timaya) of Salisbury, MD, Jaimul Schoolfield, and Jonathan Schoolfield, both of Pocomoke, MD; one daughter, Je’Niya Schoolfield of Pocomoke, MD; three grandchildren, Aiden Schoolfield, Eden Schoolfield, and Amara Schoolfield, all of Salisbury, MD; two nephews, Shaun Richardson of Laurel, MD and Patrick Harmon, Jr. of Mappsville, VA; two nieces, Patrice Harmon of New Church, VA and Taylor Armstrong of Snow Hill, MD; two uncles, Charles Schoolfield of Vineland, NJ and Roscoe Schoolfield of Pocomoke, MD; two stepbrothers, Robert Waters, Jr. of Temperanceville, VA and Rev. Harold “Pete” White, Sr. (Lorraine) of Temperanceville, VA; one stepsister, Telia Mills (Ronnie) of Pocomoke, MD; eleven great-nieces and nephews; special friend, Lakeshia Townsend of Pocomoke, MD; and a host of cousins and friends.