About Us

Rooted in excellence

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Seed to Solution

We grow trees on our own land from the seedlings we plant. We responsibly manage the timber, harvest it and then bring it to our own mills. From there, we manufacture and deliver the high-quality wood products you count on every day.

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Products for Every Need

We specialize in hardwood plywood and wood panels with decorative overlays. From veneer to ultralight MDF to particle board, we offer an incredible variety of wood products. And if you don’t see exactly what you’re looking for, we can custom manufacture what you need.

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Responsible Manufacturing

All of our products are responsibly created with the environment in mind. We continually improve processes to reduce waste. We use no-added formaldehyde (NAF) based resins or ultra-low-emitting formaldehyde (ULEF) resins to reduce emissions. And our prefinished panels emit zero formaldehyde because of the UV finishing technology we use.

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Our Values

  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Manufacturing Excellence
  • Customer Partnerships

Since our founding in 1918, Timber Products has become one of the most diversified companies in the wood products industry. We owe that growth to our strong environmental stewardship, customer partnerships, and achievements in wood products manufacturing.

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Meet the Team That Makes it Happen

  • Redwood treeJoe Gonyea IIIPartner, Chief Executive Officer
  • Aspen treeDavid GonyeaPartner, Executive Vice President
  • Birch treeErik VosChief Financial Officer
  • Maple treeJeff JohnsonVP of Composite Panels and Strategic Planning
  • Palm treeBill NevellVice President of Human Resources
  • Mossy Oak treeCraig SmithWestern Sales Manager
  • Oak treeDavis EdwardsEastern Sales Manager
  • Maple treeBob BrownDirector of Sales, Composite Panels
  • Koa treeRick MontoyaVP of Sales & Marketing
  • Oak treeJohn WasnieskiGeneral Manager, Southern Oregon Operations
  • Sequoia treeCraig TurnerGeneral Manager, TP Trucking
  • Bald Cypress treeDavid MitchellPlant Manager, Corinth, MS

Joe Gonyea III

Partner, Chief Executive Officer
jgonyea@timberproducts.com
If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

A redwood! A redwood can come about in four ways: through seed, cuttings, stump sprouts and root spouts. Once rooted they can grow up to 7' in a year.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

1. Oranges grown by my father in law, Dan Kraemer. 2. Fish, salmon because my doctor says I should eat more. 3. A glass of red wine to wash down the fish!

What's your life motto?

"To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift." - Steve Prefontaine, my childhood idol.

"What I want is to be #1." - Steve Prefontaine

David Gonyea

Partner, Executive Vice President
dgonyea@timberproducts.com
How long have you been in the wood products industry?

24 years and the last 20 have been with Timber Products Company

If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Aspen tree because it is a beautiful tree. It shimmers in the wind, producing both a cool sound and appearance by the leaves.

What's your life motto?

"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming 'Wow! What a ride!'"

Erik Vos

Chief Financial Officer
evos@timberproducts.com
If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Birch tree because it is constantly changing with both the seasons and perpetually shedding it's bark.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

Pasta bolognese, ice mochas, King Crab legs.

What's your life motto?

"Good luck is when preparation meets opportunity."

Jeff Johnson

VP of Composite Panels and Strategic Planning
jeffjohnson@timberproducts.com
How long have you been in the wood products industry?

25 years

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

Fish (salmon), extra sharp cheddar, and shrimp creole.

What's your life motto?

"Nothing ventured, nothing gained."

Bill Nevell

Vice President of Human Resources
bnevell@timberproducts.com
How long have you been in the wood products industry?

12 years

If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Palm tree. They are resilient, they bend but don't break. In a big storms, they are survivors.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

1. Asparagus. 2. Blueberries. 3. A good IPA

Craig Smith

Western Sales Manager
csmith@timberproducts.com
If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Oak tree. They are tall, impressive and very colorful in the fall. They usually live for a long time and provide excellent shade.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

Pasta with Bolognese sauce. Dungeness crab. Belgian waffles.

What's your life motto?

"Win the day!!"

Davis Edwards

Eastern Sales Manager
dedwards@timberproducts.com
If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Oak because I'm strong as oak.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

1. Fried chicken 2. Turkey 3. Ground beef

What's your life motto?

"Make people laugh."

Bob Brown

Director of Sales, Composite Panels
bbrown@timberproducts.com
If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

I would be a maple tree. It is a strong productive tree with a strong trunk/core and many working branches.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

1. California chicken club with crispy bacon. 2. Bacon, crispy please. 3. Bacon, oh and make that crispy.

What's your life motto?

"It ain't nothing but a thing!"

Rick Montoya

VP of Sales & Marketing
rmontoya@timberproducts.com
How long have you been in the wood products industry?

For over 20 years

If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Koa tree because it's indigenous to Hawaii. I love Hawaii having lived there as a kid.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

McDonald's cheeseburgers, Voodoo jelly-filled donuts, and yukon gold mashed potatoes with no skins.

John Wasnieski

General Manager, Southern Oregon Operations
johnw@sor.timberproducts.com
If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Oak tree. A strong versatile species with many, many uses. The grain appearance, color and texture allows it to add value to almost any wood working project. Also a very important food source for wild creatures. Plus, oak barrels make great wine and spirits!!

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

Steel cut oats, vegetables, and smoked salmon!

What's your life motto?

“Enjoy the simple pleasures of life."

Craig Turner

General Manager, TP Trucking
cturner@tptrucking.com
How long have you been in the wood products industry?

Since I was born. My dad worked in the wood products industry his entire life so it has always been an important part of my livelihood.

If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Sequoia: Strength and longevity are necessary to make this species what it is.

What's your life motto?

"I'm not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday.. and I love today!"

David Mitchell

Plant Manager, Corinth, MS
dmitchell@timberproducts.com
How long have you been in the wood products industry?

My professional career started in 1991 when I was 25 years old. My dad was a consulting forester and I started cruising timber with him when I was old enough to walk in the woods.

If you were a tree, which type would you be and why?

Bald cypress. They generally grow in and around water, which I love. Also, the beauty of cypress trees with Spanish moss growing on them is hard to beat.

Pick three foods you could have every day for the rest of your life.

1. Shrimp 2. Flounder 3. Tuna