VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Vermillion County Commissioner Tim Wilson was honored Tuesday for his many years of service to the community.
Wilson was recognized for outstanding public service involving personal sacrifice, good citizenship, and a sense of public duty.
“Commissioner Wilson answerers his phone day and night to ensure that he is there for anyone who needed him,” County Councilman John Michael Major said. “Whether it’s about government services, personal problems, or someone to talk to, Tim was always there to answer the phone. He didn’t care about any recognition, he only cared about doing his job, and he did it well. Thank you for your countless years of public service.”
Wilson is a lifelong resident of Cayuga, Ind., and has served as President of the Vermillion
County Commissioners for 24 years, never missing a single meeting.
Prior to becoming a commissioner, he served on the Cayuga town board for 8 years, has been a member of the Cayuga Volunteer Fire Department for more than 42 years, serving as fire chief since 1985.
He runs Wilson’s towing, a small family-owned business located in Cayuga.