Tim Raupp is the Sr. Vice President / Executive Director of the Fire and Emergency International Segment for Oshkosh Corporation. Tim is responsible for the international operations of Oshkosh Corporation Fire and Emergency family of products. These include the Pierce line of commercial fire pumpers, aerials and rescue trucks, Oshkosh Airport rescue firefighting vehicles, Medtec ambulances, Oshkosh Specialty Vehicle medical and commercial trailers, Frontline command and communicating trailers, Kewaunee custom fabricating and Smit mobile medical units. Before being promoted to his current position, Tim served as head of the Airport Products Group where he was responsible for all sales and support activities, including aftermarket business development, field service, warranty administration, parts sales administration and distribution, and developed business in both domestic and international markets.
Tim has years of experience in marketing and sales in specialty and tactical truck logistics and product support in both the commercial and defense industries. In 2002, Tim was awarded the National Defense Industrial Association’s Edward M. Greer Award. This award was presented in recognition of Tim’s contribution to the Department of Defense in the area of integrated logistics support engineering and implementation of innovative contractor support processes to the U.S. Military.
Tim has an undergraduate degree in business administration from Marian College, and a master’s degree in management from Cardinal Stritch College.
Tim’s brother, son, and daughter-in-law are all graduates of Fox Valley Technical College. As a result, they all have good careers thanks to their education from Fox Valley Technical College. In addition, Oshkosh Corporation utilizes Fox Valley Technical College for their training services.
In addition to serving on the Fox Valley Technical College Foundation Board, Tim serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees for the Paine Art Center and Gardens in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, as well as the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Contemporary Art Society.