We are husband and wife team that first started timing races in 2009 and currently time over 60 races a year. To our timing assignments we bring deep technical knowledge, an understanding of the event management process, and a high-level of attention to detail. Jeff is an experienced software developer who has extensively studied timing systems and developed our in-house timing software and in-house Ultra High Frequency RFID chip timing system. Jeff enjoys both software development and running and is always looking to improve the software and systems involved in race timing. Jeff holds a Masters Degree in Software Engineering from Portland State University and a BS in Software Engineering from Oregon Institute of Technology. Heather is the reason Huber Timing exists. She encourages systems development, creates and improves processes, does all marketing, and keeps operations organized. Heather holds a BA in Business Administration from Linfield College. We are both avid skiers and runners, and are members of the Team Red Lizard running club. We love timing and find it a great way to spend time together. To learn about the services we provide, see Services.
Our Office Staff
Our "office staff" consists of:
Monroe Doberman. Monroe is a big fan of running especially running after squirrels. He likes early morning races as it means he gets fed breakfast earlier. When he was 10 weeks old he attended his first race the Stars and Stripes Marathon.
Sally. Sally rules the world even though the world just consists of one bedroom in her home. Her favorite timing method is chip timing. She is such a fan of chip timing she has an RFID chip embedded in her.
Lady Bug. Lady Bug ensures all tasks get done timely and accurately even though the only task she knows of is us petting her. If you neglect to pet her she will repeatedly head-butt you until you do.
McGyver. McGyver was adopted from one of our customers the SW Humane Animal Shelter who produces the SW Walk+Run for the Animals every May. He enjoys empty boxes race timing supplies come in.