Timothy "Tim" Eric McDade, age 44, of Riverton, Utah passed away Friday, April 28, 2023.\n\nTim was born December 26th, 1978 in Allentown, a large suburb of Pennsylvania. \nHis adoptive parents were Shawn McDade and Laura Evens. \n\nGraduating from Alta High School, one of his best achievements was being apart of the swim team. He eventually went on to earn his EMT Certification at the University of Utah, ultimately getting a CDL, and staying in the trucking business for 20+ years.\nHe spent his childhood in Tooele, Utah with his mother, Susan, growing up in Sandy before settling down in Riverton for the last 11 years of his lifetime. \n\nTim's career path mainly focused on transportation of heavy equipment. Tim always enjoyed the open road and the opportunity to see new places every day. His latest company being, Triple-S Steel.\n\nTim held many titles in his life, his favorite being husband and father. Married to Maria, he came into Ryan and Branston's lives at a younger age, and had a son, Xander McDade, who he loved nothing more than spending time with. He had a great ability to make them smile and his sense of humor will forever be missed.\n\nTim was never the type of person to sit still, many of the hobbies he enjoyed included swimming, fishing, marksmanship, ATV riding, and most of all, traveling as often and as far as possible. \n\nTim was a proud family man and a reliable friend. We will be forever grateful for the loving memories you have shared with us and will treasure them for a lifetime.\n\nHe is preceded in death by his mom, Susan and grandmother, Muriel Jean. Tim is survived by his wife, Maria, with his three boys Xander, Branston, and Ryan who will never forget the impact he made and the countless happy memories they've had together. \n\nServices will be held Saturday, May 6th, 2023 at Mill Canyon Church, 5124 Rosecrest Drive, Herriman, Utah beginning at 12 pm, with a viewing from 10:30 – 11:30 prior to the service. Online condolences may be shared at www.jenkins-soffe.com.\n\nThe family of Tim would like to give special thanks to Triple-S Steel, as well as the members of the Mill Canyon Ward and his neighbors.