Ian Timpe Death – Kentucky State Penitentiary correctional sergeant Ian Timpe also known to many as Ian Michael Allan Timpe has died. Correctional sergeant Ian Timpe, a resident of Benton, Kentucky was announced dead by those affected by his death. He passed away on Friday morning, the 15th of September 2023. He was 23 years old at the time of his passing. Sergeant Timpe will forever be an inspiration to many as he was the perfect example of the oath.
He was grateful to be able to serve and have served with some amazing officers and deputies. Such an awesome young man. Many worked with him a few times at KSP. He was on the way to accomplish so much in life. There was no cause of death reported for Ian Timpe at the time of this publication. Thoughts and prayers are with his family and the entire KSP family during this difficult time.
“I was reading the posts that people left for Ian Timpe. My heart shattered all over again when I read how much he meant to so many of his colleagues at Kentucky State Penitentiary. He loved being a correctional officer. He loved his mentors and his friends there (even though he hated the hours).”
Who was Ian Timpe?
Ian Timpe was born on August 24, 2000, in Jackson, Michigan, according to his Facebook profile. He lived in Benton, Kentucky. Timpe graduated from Marshall County High School and was in a relationship with Alexandra Smith. In May of 2022, he began his career at Kentucky State Penitentiary as a Correctional Officer.
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The 15th of June saw the announcement of Timpe’s promotion to Correctional Sergeant, effective 16 June 2023. Sergeant Timpe performs virtually every duty on the day shift, including yard management and service in both RHU units. He was an active member of the KSP CERT and has a respectable reputation for responding quickly to emergencies. Sergeant Timpe was also named Employee of the Month at KSP while serving as a Correctional Officer.
His call number on the radio at work was S29. Sergeant Timpe served as a model for our officers and was an exemplary professional. Before his untimely death, he continued to be an asset to the Penitentiary in his new position. Sergeant Timpe enjoyed his position as a corrections officer. Even though he despised the hours, he adored his mentors and fellow employees.
Ian Timpe obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
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