Timothy J. McCoy, son of John S. and Anne McCoy and lifelong resident of Birchrunille, PA, departed this life, thereby joining his childhood sweetheart and beloved wife, Luann, in heaven on December 2, 2020. “Timmy”, as he was fondly referred to by his closest and dearest friends, was a graduate of Owen J. Roberts High School, where he excelled at track, basketball, and football, pulling in a spectacular, over the head touchdown for the Wildcats just moments before halftime in the pivotal Thanksgiving day game between Owen J. Roberts and Pottstown in 1970, thereby propelling the Wildcats to the coveted Ches-Mont league championship in witness of over 10,000 spectators. He was a loyal and true friend, maintaining close friendships with his childhood pals Scott, Doug, Ted, Kurtz and Gavin, and then Johnny and Eagles pro-bowler Frank LaMaster, until his final day. Many Sundays were spent laughing and sharing stories with those dear friends as they maneuvered around the large butcher block stationed in the center of his kitchen. “The Butcher Block Club” later expanded to include scores of his son’s friends who would flock to the McCoy household each Sunday to fight for a sampling of Tim’s “special secret” wings and perhaps a healthy pour from his bottle of Jack Daniels, all enjoyed while cheering on his beloved Philadelphia Eagles. While the Monday’s after the game were sometimes rough, Timmy never once failed to answer the call and be on time for the start of his Monday morning shift at Plastic Supply Company, where he loyally served as a fabricator for over thirty years. Tim’s endearing smile, distinctive laugh, and caring embraces will be missed by many. Tim is survived by his sister Ellen Lovejoy, his son Ryan, significant other of Christine Woytovich, and niece Amanda Lovejoy. A private service, at which, and in accordance with Tim’s specific request, any non-Eagles fan will be asked to stand at a distance, will be held at a later date.