Timothy Meyer biography: 13 things about Chattanooga, Tennessee man

Timothy “Tim” Wayne Meyer is a white man from Tennessee, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

Timothy Wayne Meyer (©Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Timothy Wayne Meyer (©Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office)
  1. He lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee. (a)
  2. Aside from Chattanooga, he has lived in other parts of Tennessee including Birchwood. (b)(c)
  3. He has lived in Beeville, Texas, USA and in Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA. (c)
  4. He is married to Melissa Garza Meyer. (d)
  5. He serves as a director of missions at E-VAN Ministries, a para-church mission organization working in project development to Latin America by assisting mission teams as they partner with foreign churches. Filed as a nonprofit corporation in Tennessee, it was approved for a state sales tax exemptions in January 2014. (e)(f)
  6. On July 20, 2016, he and Melissa sold a property in Birchwood. (g)
  7. As a pastor, he served in Mexico and Costa Rico for many years with his family. After connecting to his fellow pastor Josef Zorob of the Church of God Dora in Beirut, Lebanon, he moved to Beirut with his family in 2019. (d)(f)(h)(i)
  8. In 2020, he and his family returned from Beirut to Chattanooga. In the same year, he allegedly started stalking a female employee of the Walmart on Signal Mountain Road in Chattanooga. (h)(i)
  9. On August 13, 2021, he hosted an event called Radical Love: Lebanon at the New City Fellowship Community Outreach in Chattanooga with Zorob as the speaker. (b)(j)
  10. On August 14, 2021, he was arrested at the Walmart on Signal Mountain Road in Chattanooga and charged with criminal trespassing, resisting arrest or obstruction of legal process and stalking. (b)(h)
  11. On January 24, 2022, he was arrested at his home in Chattanooga for allegedly violating an order of protection related to his arrest on August 16, 2021. (a)
  12. He was 47 years old when he was arrested on January 24, 2022. (a)
  13. On September 16, 2022, he and Melissa filed a lawsuit against Zachary Lloyd, Luke Simon, Walmart, Inc. and the city of Chattanooga, accusing the defendants of violation of civil rights. (h)


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