Tim is a proud lifelong Helena resident and fourth generation Montanan. He considers himself truly fortunate to live in Helena and recreate along this wonderfully windswept eastern shadow of the Continental Divide. A perfect August day would be spent along the banks of a tributary to the upper Missouri River hunting for wild raspberries and hoping those reliable winds might transport grasshoppers onto the stream. A perfect winter day would be spent skiing new and deep wind transported snow at the Great Divide.
He is married to another lifelong Helenan, the fair and delightful, Ann Tilton and father to two marvelous children, Scott and Alana.
Tim spent his professional career primarily as a Contracts Officer, retiring in 2020, after a 30-year career with the Montana Department of Transportation. He previously served on the Smith River Advisory Council for the 2009 Smith River Management Plan Update. He is grateful for the opportunity to serve on the Board of UMOWA in support of its mission to understand, conserve, and enhance the unique ecological and recreational resources of the upper Missouri River.