By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun
3:25 PM EDT, May 1, 2013
Timothy R. Streett, a Bel Air lawyer and outdoorsman, died Saturday of complications from cardiac arrhythmia at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. He was 53.
Timothy Ryan Streett, whose father owns Boyd & Fulford Drugs in Bel Air, was born in Baltimore and raised in Bel Air.
He was a 1977 graduate of Bel Air High School, where he played varsity football. He earned a bachelor's degree in 1981 from what is now McDaniel College.
Mr. Streett earned a law degree from the Shepard Broad Law Center, which is the law school of Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla.
A solo practitioner, Mr. Streett worked from a Main Street office in Bel Air as a criminal defense attorney for nearly 30 years.
"He was a fine young man from a legendary Bel Air family. His mother, Maryterese Ryan Streett, passed away seven months ago," said Todd Holden, a former Aegis reporter and photographer, who was a longtime friend. "He was well-known and liked."
Mr. Streett was a member of the Maryland and Florida bar associations. He was also an active member of the Harford County Bar Association.
In addition to being an avid Orioles and Ravens fan, Mr. Streett enjoyed hunting, fishing and shooting. He was a member of the Izaak Walton League in Abingdon.
"He also enjoyed military history and reading about World War II, Vietnam and the War of Northern Aggression," said his wife of 22 years, the former Cheryl Loss.
A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Friday at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, 533 E. Jarrettsville Road, Forest Hill.
In addition to his wife, Mr. Streett is survived by his father, M. Eugene Streett of Bel Air; three daughters, Emma Lee Streett, Julia Alexis Streett and Olivia Forrest Streett, all of Bel Air; and three brothers, Christopher Streett of Bel Air, Jonathan Streett of Fallston and Eugene Streett of Nokomis, Fla.
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