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P.O Box 793
17591 Hwy 8
Morrison, CO 80465

About Timber Line

A look into TLECC

Management Team

Mike Rushing serves as Operations Manager and is involved in system design and project management. He is part owner and Vice President of TLECC, with 30 years of experience in the electrical field. Since joining TLECC in 2000, he has focused on process control design, start-up and manufacturing.


Kim Evezich is Administrative Manager and part owner of TLECC. She holds a BS degree in Business Administration, and had experience in sales and management before signing on with TLECC in 1991. Kim has been instrumental in transforming TLECC into an employee owned company.


Lance Bethel joined TLECC in 2009 and fulfills a variety of roles as the Technical Resource Manager. He has extensive technical experience including SCADA systems, Allen Bradley PLC/HMI products, Motorola RTU products, and GE Fanuc HMI products.


Kurt L. Evezich established TLECC in 1987. He is recently retired and serves as Consultant to TLECC. Kurt was introduced to the control industry at age 10 by his father, and has worked on controls for the food processing, emergency generator, mining, and water and wastewater industries. His special talent at TLECC is seeing the "BIG PICTURE" with his customers' process control systems.







A Little History

Timber Line Electric & Control Corp. was established in 1987 by Kurt Evezich and incorporated in April 1988. Timber Line's original mission was to provide instrumentation and control field service to rural water and sanitation districts. The Timber Line customer base has grown steadily and currently encompasses over 150 municipal water and sanitation districts in 5 states.

In addition, Timber Line serves clients in the skiing, mining, power distribution, oil & gas, and food processing industries. TLECC is also excited about expanding its involvement in clean and renewable technologies and other promising new industries.

Timber Line is a Systems Integrator, a business that builds control systems for clients by combining hardware and software products from multiple vendors. Using a Systems Integrator, a company can align cheaper, pre-configured components and off-the-shelf software to meet key business goals. These components can be integrated with new or existing hardware, packaged and custom software, and communications infrastructure to create turnkey automation.