Tim has spent the last 24 years serving the elderly in the State of Texas. He is a regular speaker for the Texas Healthcare Association and a leading proponent of culture change. Tim is a published writer and recently won the 2015 and 2018 Mayborn Literary Non-fiction writing competition. His personal dedication to serving our Texas elders is evident in his desire for culture change. In Tim’s words, “The best thing we can do for our elders is be the answer to their prayers.”
Prior to working in senior living, Tim was in United States Air Force and specialized in non-destructive inspection and spectroscopy oil analysis, extremely detailed work meticulously detecting defects in jet aircraft. Tim was honored with the USAF Commendation Medal, Norton Air Force Base Airman of the Year, and Key to the City of San Bernardino, California.
Tim feels his greatest accomplishment is being a good father and raising his four children. While raising the kids, Tim completed a master’s degree in Theology and Counseling from Andrew's University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, and a nursing facility license from St. Phillips College in San Antonio, Texas.
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His father was a tractor mechanic and he was born in Greenwood, Mississippi.