Oct. 27, 1944 – April 17, 2013

Timothy Maggio, of Buffalo, a licensed rehabilitation counselor and state health therapist for more than 30 years, died April 17 in Sisters Hospital. He was 68.

Born in Lackawanna, he was a graduate of West Seneca West High School and served in the Air Force. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Daemen College and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from Canisius College.

Mr. Maggio was employed as a drug and alcohol counselor at the Downtown Clinic and also worked at Child and Adolescent Treatment Services. Most recently, he worked part time as a psychology professor at both Medaille College and Trocaire College.

Mr. Maggio was a past director of Action for Mental Health and served on the advisory council for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program. He was chairman of the board for Phoenix Frontier and served on the boards of C.M.H. Counseling and Unity Church of Buffalo.

He was a volunteer for First Night Buffalo and the Gus Macker Basketball Tournament, among other local events, and also was the recipient of many volunteer awards.

He is survived by four sisters, Jane Herzog, Cheryl Evans, Ruth Doering and Sheila Serafini; and a brother, Gerald.

Services were held April 22 in Unity Church of Buffalo.