Tim Muldoon

SHEBOYGAN — There are few things more important to a community than its people. This series will highlight your fellow Sheboyganites in a fun question-and-answer format. 

Get to Know: Tim Muldoon

What made you want to get involved in your current position?

After a few years removed from teaching and into the insurance industry at Acuity, I wanted to continue making an impact on people within the community I live in.  I chose Big Brothers Big Sisters as it provided similarities to teaching – making a positive impact on a child’s life, provide one-on-one mentoring.  

What does an average day look like in your position?

Depends on what the “Little Brother” would like to do! (*laughs*).  I try to spend time with him at least once a week or once every other week.  On many occasions we find something to do outside, whether it’s playing basketball or kayaking.  Otherwise,  we’ve attended several sporting events, volunteered at BBBSSC events, swimming at the local pool, or play board games.

What do you enjoy most about your position or organization?

Seeing my “Little Brother” grow and develop within the last few years.  We’ve been paired for over 6 years and I should honestly call him my “Big Brother” as he’s surpassed me in height a year ago!

What is your favorite thing to do in and around Sheboygan?  

Where do I start?? Running along Lake Michigan or on the Ice Age Trail.  Biking at Road America.  Kayaking around the South Pier area.  My wife and I enjoy dining at one of the several different options the area offers.  In the summertime, I enjoy attending the Levitt AMP Series and the Midsummer Festival of the Arts.

What else should we know about you?

In addition to Big Brothers Big Sisters, I’m also involved in the Sheboygan Falls Lions Club.  As for hobbies, I’m an avid long distance runner and cyclist.  In 2018, I completed the Ironman triathlon at Madison, WI and my latest goal is to complete at least one 50 and 100-mile ultramarathon event.

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