Heyl Royster


Heyl Royster



Lieutenant Commander Tim Graham Returns to Heyl Royster from Active Duty


Lieutenant Commander Tim Graham returned to Heyl Royster’s Edwardsville office having completed a one year active duty assignment on the staff of the United States Navy Pacific Fleet Command. While on active duty, Tim directed logistic support for the US Navy humanitarian assistance mission known as Pacific Partnership. He worked with people from 6 foreign navies and several logistic organizations from all branches of the US military to support the activities of over 700 medical and 150 engineering personnel providing humanitarian assistance to four countries in Southwest Asia. Tim also worked closely with several Naval Logistic Commands to develop plans to provide logistic support for the Navy’s newest warship, the USS Freedom when it deploys to Singapore in March 2013. He also helped develop new methods to monitor and control the costs associated with US Navy ships making visits to foreign ports which is expected to reduce those costs by $40 million in 2013.

We thank Tim for his service to our nation and welcome him back to Heyl Royster!