April Redliner of the Month-Tim Morris
The Redliner of the Month honors an employee who lives Redline Equipment's core values. They are nominated by their peers and receive a gift package that includes a gift card of their choice for their family, a Redline Yeti tumbler, along with lunch with our CEO.
Knowing where to find the wide array of parts it takes to keep a tractor running isn’t easy, but Tim Morris, the Logansport Location Parts Manager, seems to always be the man for the job.
“I think that man has forgotten more information about Case IH tractors than most people will ever learn,” said Tyler Wallace, a co-worker of Tim’s. “He even knows who to call when we need parts it seems like we can’t get anymore.”
Tim values his customer’s time and livelihood. He doesn’t easily or quickly give up when he is on the hunt for the right part, and he does what he can to provide a great experience. His relationships with customers is so strong that one even sought to nominate Tim for this very recognition. Roger Berry can attest that Tim is always of great help.
“I am not a big operator or a big customer but Tim always goes out of his way to help me in any way he can. He is a model of service to me,” said Roger. “He suggests ways of doing things, he provides me with diagrams, and keeps me up to date on things that pertain to me.”
Beyond Tim’s superb customer relationships, he has also proven to be a huge asset for his coworkers as well. He has been a resource for new employees as they’ve been welcomed to the team and continues to provide advice whenever he can. He makes it obvious that he is only a phone call away.
“Tim is a great mentor,” said Gary Smith, Logansport Location Manager. “He never leaves until the job is done and even when he is busy, he takes the time to teach younger employees the right way to finish a job.”
Tim is not only dedicated to work, but also his family. He enjoys spending quality time with his grandkids, and he absolutely loves to go fishing at local lakes. Tim cheers on the Boilermakers and rides his Harley when the Indiana weather finally cooperates.