David Jackson

Davy, a member of the Siegmund logging crew since 2017, is no stranger to hard work. As a young teen, Davy farmed during the summer time; baling hay and driving bale wagon. During the school year, he was a member of the Lebanon High School wrestling team. Davy began working in the timber industry at the age of 18, setting chokers for a company in Sweet Home. He then spent several years working in other states. He ran skidder in Wyoming and Colorado, and later ran a shovel and set chokers under a helicopter in Alaska for Columbia Helicopters. In 2016, Davy moved back home to Oregon and worked for Stafford logging, running forwarder, before accepting a position operating processor and shovel here at Siegmund.

On his days off, Davy loves to spend time hanging out with his family. His hobbies include going to the dunes and working on his pickups. He also recently proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Jessica. The two are planning an autumn wedding.

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