“Meet Our Volunteers” is designed to highlight the dedicated volunteers of Sebastian Inlet State Park.
Timmy Goss joined the SPARCIE Construction Crew at the Sebastian Inlet State Park in 2012. He bought a winter home in Sebastian after retiring and spending a few years of traveling here in an RV. He returns to Wisconsin in spring to spend time with his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Timmy and his wife, Sandy, built a successful auto body shop in their home town of Menasha, WI. There Timmy developed his love of old cars. He is currently restoring a 1951 2-door Ford convertible. His skill at rebuilding automobiles has come in handy since he has worked on some of the State Park’s more challenging cars and trucks.
Other projects that Timmy has participated in at the State Park include building a wood shed, replacing doors on various park buildings and building a greenhouse for the park’s plants. Timmy is a perfectionist so you know anything he’s working on is going to be done well.
He is presently in Wisconsin helping his son remodel an old house, still working on his old Ford, and floating on his pontoon boat at his cottage. He’s, also, fishing and hunting elk, bear and deer. He’s like the energizer bunny; a never ending source of activity. We will be glad to have him back helping out in the park when he returns in the fall. Our park is made great by volunteers like Timmy Goss. Thanks for everything you do.