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This profile was last updated on 9/1/03  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. Clyde C. Norman

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    American Legion
  • Member
    Eastern Hills Baptist Church

Education

  • forestry
    University of Idaho
9 Total References
Web References
Industrial Reporting, Inc. Article - N.Y. Loggers Make Transition to Cut-to-Length
www.timberlinemag.com, 1 Sept 2003 [cached]
Clyde Norman, Risley's manager for Eastern North America, said Joe exemplifies the way a machine owner should approach maintenance.Joe does the little things every day that are so important to keep the head performing at optimum level, he said.
"I just highly respect those guys and what they've done," Clyde said of Joe and Frank."They're sort of value-added loggers."The two men have the ability to find a solution to virtually any problem, he added.
When Blue Ox Forest Products began using the Rolly II, the logging conditions were challenging."When they got it, they were faced with the worst of conditions," said Clyde.The men were harvesting wood in timber that had been damaged by an ice storm."They had rough ground," too, Clyde added, because of widespread debris.
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Clyde earned a degree in forestry from the University of Idaho and worked as a logger for 15 years before moving into the role of representing a machinery supplier.He started in the chain saw and cable skidder era, and he has had ample opportunity to watch the industry evolve.
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Twenty years of research and development have been incorporated in the machines that Risley Equipment makes and sells, said Clyde.Customer requirements and feedback have driven improvements in the machines."We've tried to be part of them," said Clyde, "to see past the forest to the trees."
The results certainly have pleased Joe.The Rolly II head is "very good, very dependable, very strong," he said.
Mounting the Rolly II on the Timbco 425 was also a good choice, said Joe."It was a proven match-up," he said.The Timbco, which has self-leveling capability to work on sloping terrain, has "been an excellent machine, too," he added.
CJ Logging Equipment had stability in mind when it recommended mounting the Rolly II on the Timbco 425."The leveling capability of the Timbco" is important for harvesting and processing trees on the steep slopes where Blue Ox Wood Products works, he said.
The Andalusia Star News - OBITUARIES
www.andalusiastarnews.com, 10 Sept 2004 [cached]
Clyde C. Norman
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Mr. Norman was a faithful member of Eastern Hills Baptist Church.He was a veteran of the Army having served in World War II, a member of the American Legion, and a Mason.
Risley Equipment
www.risleyequipment.com, 26 June 2009 [cached]
Clyde Norman East Region Manager: Email: cjnorman@rogers.com Phone: 519-878-0908
Risley Equipment
www.gorisley.com, 18 May 2009 [cached]
East Region Manager: Clyde Norman Email: cjnorman@rogers.com Phone: 519-878-0908
Clyde Norman, Risley's ...
www.timberlinemag.com, 1 Sept 2003 [cached]
Clyde Norman, Risley's manager for Eastern North America, said Joe exemplifies the way a machine owner should approach maintenance.Joe does the little things every day that are so important to keep the head performing at optimum level, he said.
"I just highly respect those guys and what they've done," Clyde said of Joe and Frank."They're sort of value-added loggers."The two men have the ability to find a solution to virtually any problem, he added.
When Blue Ox Forest Products began using the Rolly II, the logging conditions were challenging."When they got it, they were faced with the worst of conditions," said Clyde.The men were harvesting wood in timber that had been damaged by an ice storm."They had rough ground," too, Clyde added, because of widespread debris.
...
Clyde earned a degree in forestry from the University of Idaho and worked as a logger for 15 years before moving into the role of representing a machinery supplier.He started in the chain saw and cable skidder era, and he has had ample opportunity to watch the industry evolve.
...
Twenty years of research and development have been incorporated in the machines that Risley Equipment makes and sells, said Clyde.Customer requirements and feedback have driven improvements in the machines."We've tried to be part of them," said Clyde, "to see past the forest to the trees."
The results certainly have pleased Joe.The Rolly II head is "very good, very dependable, very strong," he said.
Mounting the Rolly II on the Timbco 425 was also a good choice, said Joe."It was a proven match-up," he said.The Timbco, which has self-leveling capability to work on sloping terrain, has "been an excellent machine, too," he added.
CJ Logging Equipment had stability in mind when it recommended mounting the Rolly II on the Timbco 425."The leveling capability of the Timbco" is important for harvesting and processing trees on the steep slopes where Blue Ox Wood Products works, he said.
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