Employee Spotlight: Pat Timmons, Advanced Youth Care Practitioner

 This September will mark Pat Timmons’ 5 year anniversary at Norris! He has worked all over the campus, during first and second shift. He is an outdoorsman and can be seen fishing at the pond with the boys, taking them to look for turkey feathers, going on bike rides with them, or out hiking around our beautiful campus. Pat has a special bond with the youth here and is looked at as someone who is positive, uplifting, and can see the good in just about any situation.  He’s been married for 34 years and has 3 sons and 7 grandchildren.

Pat recently responded to Kyla’s wacky interview questions, which is a great way to see Pat in a different light.  Thanks Pat for all you do with the youth here at Norris!

What were you like in high school? 

I played baseball and was a long jumper in track. I was also in the school band; concert, symphonic, marching, and jazz band. While I was in high school, I became interested in Martial Arts, and received my black belt

What’s the most interesting thing about you that we wouldn’t learn from your resume alone? 

My family and I are involved in theater! I played “Carl” in the Burlington Haylofters Malt House Theater production of “7 Brides for 7 Brothers.” I also built the props for the production. My son was also an actor in the play, and my wife designed the costumes.

If you received enough money to never need to work again, what would you spend your time doing?

I would visit my family, travel with my wife, and build a cabin! (He didn’t say this, but for those of us that know Pat, we believe he’d be doing a lot of kayaking too!!)

Thank you to Pat for all of your years of service at Norris! Stay tuned for another installment of the Norris Employee Spotlight coming soon…