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Tim Goff Serves Pembroke Hill Lunches Since 1981
Jess Rezac

Tim Goff joined Pembroke Hill in September 1981, and since that time, he has worked on both campuses in a variety of roles.  Probably best known for his baking abilities over the years, Tim is currently working on the Wornall Campus with primary responsibilities for the early childhood snack program and the lunch service.

“Tim is just an exceptional, amazing individual,” said Joe Kilishek, director of food service with FLIK Fine Dining, Pembroke Hill’s food service partner.  “He is constantly smiling, and he just enjoys the Pembroke Hill culture and experience.  He is dedicated to providing the best nutritional lunches for our students, faculty and staff,” he said.

Chief financial officer James Miller recalled, “When I first arrived at PHS, I was impressed by the well established and talented baker who came to work every day with a smile on his face and a desire to make a positive difference in the lives of those around him.  More than three decades later, Tim’s positive attitude and his impact on others remain constant and benefit all of us in our school community.”

Outside of Pembroke Hill, Tim, who has a great singing voice, is a member of his church choir and enjoys playing the saxophone.  Tim routinely leads rounds of holiday carols at the FLIK annual holiday party, which adds significantly to the merriment of the gathering.

Thank you Tim for all you do for us at Pembroke Hill!