Biographies

ECS is comprised of Tim Sayler and Mark Campbell. Through their combined expertise, ECS fulfills customer's needs.

Tim Sayler

Tim Sayler is the owner and proprietor of Extreme Computer Systems. Born in Thief River Falls, MN, Tim grew up there and created ECS in 2004. Tim graduated from Lincoln High School in 2007. He is a athlete in many respects having competed in Cross Country and the NWMNCS soccer league. He has finished in 4 Twin City marathons. Tim was also a member of the Lincoln High Orchestra and of the chamber orchestra of the same name, playing violin.

Tim has been interested in electronics and computers for his entire life. From server hardware to desktops to laptops to anything else imaginable, Tim has used and repaired practically everything computer related.

Tim's business is still thriving and expanding each day. In March of 2009 Tim hired Mark Campbell to improve ECS with Mark's expertise.


Mark Campbell

Mark was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba before moving to Thief River Falls, MN at the age of 10. Mark grew up there and graduated from Lincoln High School in 2007. He is a athlete having competed in Swimming, Cross Country and Track with Mark holding 2 track records at LHS. Mark also competed in the NWMNCS soccer league and TRFSA youth soccer league. Mark was also a member of the Lincoln High Orchestra and chamber orchestra playing cello.

After graduating from LHS, Mark moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba where he attended the University of Manitoba (with a focus in computers), worked for Arcane Horizon, Inc. and played soccer on the Chilean team in Division 2 of the Manitoba Major Soccer League.

Mark joined Tim in March of 2009 at ECS.

Mark has since enrolled in the Computer Analyst/Programmer program at Red River College, Manitoba and is currently there for the school year.