Bubbler Executive of the Week

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:55 am

Tim Omer, president of DCI Cheese Company

Name:  Tim Omer
Title:  President
Company:  DCI Cheese Company
Company address:  3018 Helsan Drive, Richfield, WI 53076
Company web site:  www.dcicheeseco.com
Industry:  Specialty cheese
Education:  Bachelor’s degree in Communications from UW-Steven’s Point, executive MBA from UW-Milwaukee
Family:  “Married to my beautiful wife Colleen. We have four amazing kids – Erika, Lauren, Jack and Erin”
Hobbies and Interests: “Golf, reading, skiing, conservation, church”
Favorite movie:  “My favorite movie is "Cool Hand Luke". I really admire the character of a person that’s able to persevere through adversity no matter the consequences.”
Favorite musician:  Bruce Springsteen
Favorite place to visit/vacation:  “I love the outdoors and try to spend as much time as possible with my family at our cabin in Northern Wisconsin.  I also love to get out to Colorado to go skiing.”
Favorite local restaurant:  Riversite
Words to live by:  "Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest." ~Mark Twain
What is your core philosophy for doing business?  “Always seek to do better.  I’m so proud of what our company has accomplished, especially our recent Top Milwaukee Workplaces award, but my biggest message to my employees is that we must pursue continued improvement in everything we do.  If we sat back and reveled in our accomplishments, we wouldn’t be where we are today – the largest importer, manufacturer and marketer of specialty cheeses in the United States.”
Who is your role model and why?  “My father.  He was my coach, teacher and mentor.”
What was the funniest thing that has ever happened to you?  “I’m a pretty outdoorsy guy, but I still managed to fall out of a boat while duck hunting…twice!”

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