In Memoriam

Timothy D. Cantu

Timothy Cantu passed away on November 9, 2021 at the age of 32 due to complications from oral cancer. Tim was born in Bellevue, Washington, and raised in Clearwater, Florida, as the second-born son in a family of five boys. Tim joined Jameson Pepple Cantu in May of 2013, and was a lighthearted, dedicated, and joyful member of the firm.

In addition to being an excellent lawyer and a congenial colleague, he was an accomplished athlete and musician, as well as a devoted husband and father. He leaves behind his parents, Dave and Jean, his wife Marie, and his five children. It goes without saying that his contributions to the community of the firm extend well beyond the work he performed. We will miss his friendship and company and the office will be a little darker without him in it. We mourn his tragic and early passing and grieve with his family.

Jameson Pepple Cantu PLLC has established a Trust for the support and education of Tim’s five young children. Any voluntary donation to the trust would be a blessing for Tim’s family. Donations can be made payable to “The Tim Cantu Family Trust” and sent in c/o Mark Pepple at 801 Second Avenue, Suite 700, Seattle Washington 98104.

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Timothy D. Cantu
  • Seattle Office

    801 Second Avenue, Suite 700
    Seattle, WA 98104
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Timothy D. Cantu

Associate

Tim Cantu’s practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions, particularly acquisition and development, financing and lending, low-income housing tax credit development and related financing, tax-exempt and bond financing, title insurance, as well as corporate, partnership and limited liability organizations. He is licensed to practice law in Florida and Washington.

Tim received a B.A. in Classics from Thomas Aquinas College and his J.D. cum laude from Notre Dame Law School, where he served as Notes and Submissions Editor for the Notre Dame Law Review. Before he became an attorney, Tim was a good enough golfer that he once played in a qualifying round for the US Amateur Championship and he would love to have a low enough handicap to enter again. When he’s not ruling the greens, he enjoys listening to classical music, trying to play the piano as well as he plays golf, and spending time with his wife and children.

Published Work
  • Virtue Jurisprudence and the American Constitution, 88 Notre Dame Law Review 1521 (2013)

Timothy D. Cantu

Associate

Timothy D. Cantu

Tim Cantu’s practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions, particularly acquisition and development, financing and lending, low-income housing tax credit development and related financing, tax-exempt and bond financing, title insurance, as well as corporate, partnership and limited liability organizations. He is licensed to practice law in Florida and Washington.

Tim received a B.A. in Classics from Thomas Aquinas College and his J.D. cum laude from Notre Dame Law School, where he served as Notes and Submissions Editor for the Notre Dame Law Review. Before he became an attorney, Tim was a good enough golfer that he once played in a qualifying round for the US Amateur Championship and he would love to have a low enough handicap to enter again. When he’s not ruling the greens, he enjoys listening to classical music, trying to play the piano as well as he plays golf, and spending time with his wife and children.

  • Seattle Office

    801 Second Avenue, Suite 700
    Seattle, WA 98104
  • Email:

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Published Work
  • Virtue Jurisprudence and the American Constitution, 88 Notre Dame Law Review 1521 (2013)
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