As a teenager working at the mill was his first job, and he loved it. Although Jeff's first job was at the mill and he works here now, it's not the only job he has had.
Jeff has worked for a few different companies over the years. He has worked as an insulator, a landscaper, and carpenter. He has spent countless hours on many machines and is undoubtedly the best operator we know or have worked with. He spent a few years working in Montana doing siding and windows.
But He is glad to be back and we're glad to have him. In His free time, Jeff enjoys nearly all motorsports. It started as a teenager with a four wheeler, but now he also dirtbikes, snowmobiles, and has even been known to take his truck off-roading. He loves to get a group of friends together and head to a state forest for a few days to play.
Jeff also loves to be around people. Don't let the beard and rough exterior fool you. If you have anything to say about engines you'll get along just fine. Jeff has always loved motors and is gifted at figuring out how things work and why they aren't working. Whether its the bobcat, or brakes on the trailer, or what kind of tires to get for our truck Jeff is the guy to ask.
He keeps this place running and is always looking to improve how we do things here at the mill. Jeff really enjoys the custom furniture we make here at the mill.
This part of the business has definitely grown a lot the past few years and mostly due to Jeff. He has worked hard to get the word about what we do here and really push this side of the business. He's always dreaming up a creative way to make one of a kind piece. Jeff has a special affinity for any furniture with a live edge and a more rustic feel, but he can make just about anything. I am the oldest of the four boys and proud of it. I am married to Shannon Timm, no kids yet but we both love being uncle and aunt to the 6 nieces and nephews in our life right now.
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