Tim began his career as a Volunteer Firefighter in the shadow of MetLife Stadium in Rutherford, NJ. When he wasn't responding to calls or drilling, he quickly made friends through attending games each Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Tim continued to pursue a career in public service by becoming a Port Authority Police Officer. Tim has used Giant games as an outlet to get away from the grinds of everyday life both good and bad. His seats have seen him a way to cheer, laugh, cry, and vent especially with his close friend Brett. Through the years at Giants games, Tim and Brett have gone through the loss of close friends, parents, marriage, children's births, and most recently Tim's stage 4 cancer diagnosis. In August 2018, the night he was diagnosed and prepping for his first major surgery, Tim was supposed to be attending the Giants/Browns pre-season game at MetLife Stadium, but instead settled for a hospital room in Teaneck, NJ. Through multiple surgeries and treatments, Tim's enthusiasm and excitement has not wavered and he can't wait to get back in the stands in section 306 cheering for Big Blue for many more years to come.