Tim joined PSC in 1991 with 15 years of extensive drafting experience that included: government, retail, & architectural shop drawings. As a CAD Manager, he has worked with all disciplines on many projects to fully utilize CAD in all projects. He helped develop PSC’s CAD Standards and provides support and training in all PSC offices. He is from Carrollton, the designated PSC BBQ-er, Tap Snap extraordinaire, and cried watching Bambi, the year it was released.

Tell us a little about yourself. I like grandkids, BBQ, Blues, Golf, the Red Raiders. Guns up!

Tell us a little about your family. I am surrounded by women…mom will be 90 next week. I have 2 sisters. I’ve been married to Rhonda for 36 years. We have 2 daughters and 4 granddaughters.

How did you hear about PSC? An old friend

Before working at PSC, what was the most unusual/interesting job you’ve ever had? I worked at a funeral home in high school.

What has been your favorite project at PSC? I’m not involved in much, but I think the Buddy Holly PAC is about the coolest thing ever!

If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Jonathan Goldsmith

What celebrity do people think you look like? My father-in-law used to call me “Meat Head”.

What’s your proudest moment at PSC? I played a fur trapper, named ‘Stench’ in a PSC Christmas dinner.

Tell us three things most people don’t know about you. 1.) I’m not really a redneck; 2.) It’s best to keep the other stuff the way it is!

Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us. My mom has a tattoo that says “son”. [She doesn’t really, but she might next week after her 90th birthday party, depending on how it goes.]

What did you want to be when you grew up? Rich and famous. I know…I blew it.

What phobias do you have? Heights…believe it is called “acrophobia”.

What would you like to be famous for? It would be nice to be known for leaving behind something positive…curing cancer or inventing a tool to do so.

What is one thing you can’t live without? Faith