Tim received his BA in Mathematics in 1970 from St. Benedict's College in Atchison, KS and earned an MS degree in Secondary Administration from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, IL in 1985. Tim began his teaching and coaching career at St. Paul's High School in Covington, LA as a math teacher and JV basketball coach. Tim's first head coaching job was at West Platte High School in Weston, MO. He also held head coaching positions at St. Louis Country Day School and Belleville Althoff Catholic High School. He eventually landed at Webster Groves High School where he spent 21 years in varying capacities as teacher, coach, and administrator. While at WGHS, his basketball teams won 252 games in 13 years while establishing Webster as a local basketball power. In all, his teams won nearly 500 games in 27 years of coaching. His 1996 Statesmen basketball team won the Missouri Large School state championship and Tim was named Coach of the Year by the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Many of his players went on to play college basketball. Included in this group were Bill Meyer, Sam Ivy, Chris Ogden, Paul King Myron Gordon, Tate Decker and Johnny Parker. He retired from coaching in 1997 and from Webster Groves High School in 2005. He spent his last six years as the Activities Director at WGHS. After retiring from education, Tim moved into sales - selling scoreboards and LED message centers for Daktronics, Inc. a position he still holds today. Tim came on board to the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame in February of 2009. He is currently the Operations Director for the HOF. Over the years, Tim has won numerous awards including being voted into the Missouri Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame in 2005. He has received a special achievement award from the Missouri Athletic Club and was named Athletic Director of the Year in 2001. On three different occasions, he conducted basketball camps and coaches' clinics in Budapest, Hungary. Tim and his wife, Connie, have been married for 43 years and have four children and two grandchildren. Connie's father, Ralph Nolan, was the long-time basketball coach at St. Benedict's College (now Benedictine College) in Atchison, KS. His teams won two NAIA national championships and he is a member of the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame and the NAIA Hall of Fame.