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Timberman is a family owned business founded in 1989, and since then we have built up an excellent reputation for giving first class service and supplying quality products at competitive prices. We supply a comprehensive range of woodworking machinery, power tools, woodturning lathes & accessories, routing cutters & accessories plus much more. Timberman was a few hundred higher, but because of the expertise we received by the estimator, Ignacio, we went with them. We have spray foam insulation, and Timberman was the only company that informed us that peel-n-stick can be a problem with spray foam. The crew came and completed our roof in one day, which was very impressive. Kathleen Timberman, Actress: Dust of War. Kathleen realized a dream when she had the opportunity to be an Extra in Dust of War (2013) She grew up on a ranch in South Dakota and has owned a successful business with her husband for several years.
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The Timbermen, Inc. was founded in 1972 in Thomson, Georgia by Jim Hicks, Sr. as a timber procurement company for area sawmills and paper mills. In 1978, the company entered the wood products manufacturing industry when it purchased a pallet and crate plant from Leonard Lokey in an old cotton warehouse on Railroad Street in Thomson. Soon thereafter, the company began construction of its hardwood sawmill in nearby Warrenton, sawing its first board there in 1979. In 1984 the company purchased land and property from ITT Rayonier in Camak, Georgia at the site of ITT's old sawmill facility. The company moved its headquarters and pallet manufacturing operation to this location where it remains to this day. From our humble beginnings producing hand nailed pallets and crates for local customers, our pallet plant is now well known throughout the southeast as one of the best and largest pallet producers in the region.Celebration of Life: Thursday, April 14, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. at Stevenson & Sons Funeral Home in Miles City.
Patricia Joan (Dorr) Timberman, age 79, of Casper, Wyoming passed away on March 15, 2011.
Patricia Joan (Dorr) Timberman was born in Douglas, WY on December 22, 1931 to L.C (Dutch) and Vivian Dorr. She spent most of her childhood with her beloved Grammy, Mrs. W. E. (Mabel McIntosh) Dorr. The Dorr family and the McIntosh family were pioneer ranching families from Wyoming and Montana. The Dorr family ranched near Douglas and W. E. was also a Director at the Douglas Bank. Patricia attended a few years of grade school in Douglas and then the family moved to Miles City where she graduated from Custer County High School in 1949. While in High School she was active in sports and excelled in basketball, track and tennis. She was never outrun even at family picnics. Patty was also very musical and enjoyed playing the piano and guitar.
After High School, she married Irvin Duane Timberman on June 25th, 1950 and settled in Miles City, MT. They were blessed with three beautiful children, Irvin Lon, William Allen & Louise Dent. Patty introduced them to Sunday school at an early age which set a good foundation just like her Grammy did for her. She also taught Sunday school for a time. The kids attended grade school in Miles City for the first few years except for a short move to Billings, MT where they enjoyed their first new home. The majority of her years were spent in Casper, Wyoming. They moved to Casper in 1964 when they purchased the Imperial 400 Motel. Pat helped Duane run the motel for many years and they were both very active in civic organizations. The yearly motel conventions were always great family getaways and wonderful memories to be cherished. After having purchased some acreage just out side of town that also included some farm ground, the kids got interested in FFA, 4-H and Rodeo. They built an outdoor arena which got plenty of use; even during holidays they had their practice ropings. So in 1976, with the help of the kids, they started J-Flag Area & Stables which was one of the first and largest indoor arenas in the area. Family was most important to Patty and she thoroughly enjoyed watching the kids rodeo and made sure everyone had their fees paid. She was also a very good cook and there wasnt a holiday or birthday that didn't go by without her fabulous red cake, almond rocca or some other delicious treat.
During her most recent years, Patty enjoyed keeping track of the grandkids which usually included a sporting event. Of course, College and Pro Rodeos were the highlight. She knew the rough stock stats better than the riders themselves.Patty was very proud of her children and enjoyed the times she had with them. She was a savvy business woman and passed on those skills to her family. She enjoyed the fact that her children were able to go out and start their own businesses and stick with it. Duane and she both taught their children to be independent and self starters which have helped them immensely through the years. She was a strong beautiful woman and will be dearly missed, but we know her cross over from this world to heaven was peaceful and her reunion with Grammy was joyous. Our memories keep Patricia (Mom) close to us forever and we will treasure them until we meet her again in heaven.
We are confident, yes, well pleased rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord 2 Corinthians 5:8
Patricia is survived by her husband of 60 years, Duane, Casper, WY, her 3 children, Lon (Janna) Bridgeport, NE, Bill (Kathy) Rapid City, SD and Dent Huxtable, Casper, WY, her 8 grandchildren, Chris (Lucinda) Columbus, MT, Kelly (Charidie), Casper, WY, Zeb (Mindy), Casper, WY, Scott-Kansas City, MO, Jobee (Jamie) Moorcroft, WY, Corbin (Trish) Moorcroft, WY, O.J. Huxtable, Douglas, WY & Brayden Huxtable, Douglas, WY also her 14 great-grandchildren & close friends the Elwood family that are family.She is preceded in death by her parents, L.C. (Dutch) & Florence (stepmother) Dorr, & her mother, Vivian Putnam and her Grandparents, W. E. and Mable Dorr of Miles City, MT