About

Tim is a native son of the 35th District. Born here, educated on the East Coast at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he got his degree in economics, Tim returned home to earn his MBA at the University of Washington. He followed his parents and grandparents before him in settling down in Potlatch, on Hood Canal, to raise a family.

Tim has a strong attachment to the Canal and the forests of the Olympic Peninsula. His Swedish grandpa immigrated here in 1918, when Potlatch was a logging camp. His dad, a forester, taught him the art of tree-farming. As a boy, Tim enjoyed fishing, crabbing, shrimping and digging clams on the Canal. Today, he still spends most of his free time on the water—or deep in the woods on the family claim, thinning and harvesting dead-and-down trees for market, repairing roads, raising and selling oysters, or playing with his two grandchildren, Scarlett and Jude.

Tim is dedicated to protecting the natural treasures of the 35th District that make this such a wonderful place to live…because this has always been his home.

 

 

s a strong attachment to the Canal and the forests of the Olympic Peninsula. His Swedish grandpa immigrated here in 1918, when Potlatch was a logging camp. His dad, a forester, taught him the art of tree-farming. As a boy, Tim enjoyed fishing, crabbing, shrimping and digging clams on the Canal. Today, he still spends most of his free time on the water—or deep in the woods on the family claim, thinning and harvesting dead-and-down trees for market, repairing roads, raising and selling oysters, or playing with his two grandchildren, Scarlett and Jude.

Tim is dedicated to protecting the natural treasures of the 35th District that make this such a wonderful place to live…because this has always been his home.

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