Timothy Bosque’s greatest passion in life is helping people. He did that through his career as a math teacher and tutor for over 30 years. He also helps others in his spare time. For example, he worked as a youth group leader at his local parish for 22 years. One of the things Timothy is most passionate about is helping the needy. Upon moving to New York City in 2012 to work at New Heights Academy, Timothy ministered to the homeless population there. He also found his calling working in a soup kitchen.
Timothy enjoyed working in soup kitchens in New York City so much that he became the head chef at a kitchen that served roughly 1,600 people in need every Sunday. Timothy did this from 2012 to 2019, after which he moved back to San Rafael, California. During his time tending to the homeless and needy in NYC, Timothy realized it was something he wanted to continue in the future. When asked about his plans now that he’s retired, they all have to do with helping other people.
Timothy Bosque recently retired from his long and successful career as a teacher. He doesn’t have big plans to travel or go on vacation, however; he simply says he wants to continue volunteering for various projects in his community and helping others through a part-time job where he can serve. He is also thinking about teaching math to underprivileged students. Timothy is always looking for ways to make the world a better place.