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Greg Timm, a real estate developer and NAHB life director from Colorado Springs, Colo., died on July 7 after suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the neurodegenerative disorder also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was 56.
Timm was an active member of NAHB, having served as the president of the Colorado Association of Home Builders and as the Area 13 national vice president. He also was a BUILD-PAC trustee and served on the NAHB Audit Committee.
His real estate development and investment company, Cygnet Land LLC, has 1,200 acres of commercial, residential and industrial properties in various stages of development, including the Falcon Highlands retail and residential development east of Colorado Springs; the Waterview residential and commercial development south of the Colorado Springs Airport; and commercial and industrial sites near the airport.
Timm previously developed in the Stetson Hills area of Colorado Springs.
An attorney and former candidate for the Colorado Springs city council, Timm also served on the board of directors of the Downtown Colorado Springs Business Improvement District and was a member of the Colorado Springs Airport Advisory Commission.
As an attorney, he represented the owner of the minor league baseball team, the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, and assisted in the construction of its baseball stadium when the franchise moved from Hawaii to Colorado Springs in 1988.
Timm is survived by his wife, Judy, and two children.