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The City of Mishawaka and Mishawaka Utilites Celebrate a Brill-iant Career!

On Friday, June 21st, 2024, the City of Mishawaka and Mishawaka Utilites expressed their thanks and well wishes to Tim Brill, an esteemed wastewater division manager. Brill concluded his chapter with the city of Mishawaka after retiring after almost 32 years of dedication and service. Throughout his time working in Mishawaka, Brill exemplified exemplary leadership and made a huge contribution towards the improvement of the wastewater division of Mishawaka Utilities. His presence left an incredible mark on colleagues, and his absence will be felt by those who had the privilege of working closely with him. Tim Brill’s contributions throughout his career will leave a legacy behind in Mishawaka. 

Brill’s dedication to his career has led to his current accomplishments. He has built an impressive resume to where he stands today. In 1984, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Manchester University, and he then pursued his master’s degree in public affairs through Indiana University South Bend. Brill also has two licenses: an Indiana Class Four Wastewater License, and an Indiana Class D Industrial Wastewater License. 

Before Brill worked with Mishawaka, he worked for South Bend as a Manager of Operations for wastewater from 1992 to 1993; and from 1990 to 2022, Brill was a partner in Kopec and Brill Associates as an environmental consultant. Brill started with Mishawaka as the Assistant Division Manager in 1993, and in 2022, Brill was promoted to Head Division Manager until his retirement. 

The patrons who have worked closely with Brill understand his commitment and dedication to the Wastewater Division. While working with Mishawaka, Brill executed leadership, intelligence, and deep passion for his craft. As Brill goes into retirement, Mishawaka Mayor Dave Wood extended his appreciation for Brill and his excellent contributions to the city. 

“Tim’s commitment to excellence and his unwavering dedication to the Wastewater Division have played a crucial role in ensuring the health and well-being of our community,” says Mayor Dave Wood. “His leadership, expertise, and passion for his work have left an indelible mark on our city. We wish Tim all the best in his well-deserved retirement and thank him for his outstanding contributions to Mishawaka.” 

Tim Brill’s retirement marks the end of an era. Brill has exemplified professionalism and leadership, and his legacy will inspire future generations. While his presence will be missed, his contribution to his craft will forever be present within Mishawaka. Tim Brill’s retirement is a celebration of his remarkable career, and patrons will honor his legacy for years to come.