With Art Bushen’s retirement, Tim Cooper has agreed to help with the CE National facilities in Winona Lake, Ind.
Tim was six years old when his father moved their family to Homer, Alaska, to be a pastor. “I loved growing up in Alaska and later raising my family there,” said Tim.
Tim retired in 2004 after working 20 years as captain/paramedic of a fire department in Soldotna, Alaska. Now the passion of Tim and his wife, Martha, is to be close to their adult children and the grandkids.
Around CE National, Tim may be better known as the dad of Erin Fowler (Momentum coordinator) and husband of Martha Cooper (Momentum transportation coordinator). He will be assuming oversight of the buildings and grounds at 1003 Presidential Drive. — from cenational.org
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