Terry Davis

Support Engineer

“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.”

~ Henry Ford


Polson, Montana


“At a very early childhood age, my Mom noticed I had a great interest in computers,” remembers Terry. “Yep, I was a tech geek almost from the start.” Her Mom’s encouragement and support to gain as much knowledge as possible would prove very beneficial. Unfortunately, Terry’s Mom passed when she was just 16. “Her words of wisdom have been such a positive influence and will stay with me throughout my life,” says Terry.

Terry’s career in Information Technology and computing began in 1998 when she was the first female Internet Support Technician hired at BigSky.net in Missoula. Since that time, she has gained knowledge in troubleshooting various computer software/network issues including dial-up, satellite communications and so much more. Terry explains: “I really enjoy solving problems. I think it’s a common trait for people in this career. Although, most of all, I enjoy making customers happy, and the rewarding feeling that they can rely on me to fix their issue no matter how simple or complex.”

When Terry isn’t working on IT solutions, she loves anything outdoors, photography, music/performing (singing), and spending time with family and friends. “I grew up with a passion for art and music, and I have been in several bands. My husband and I also spend quite a bit of time taking photos of local wildlife and the breathtaking scenery of Northwestern Montana, or wherever our travels may take us,” says Terry.

Small Town Story:

Terry’s career path brought her to Polson in 2011, and now she can’t envision living anywhere else. “I love this place so dearly,” she says. With limited local IT job prospects, Terry was doubtful she would be able to maintain her career goals and stay in this wonderful small town. “Boy was I wrong, and ever so blessed,” she says, thankfully.

Community Service:

  • Flathead Lake Blues Festival: “My husband and I volunteer every year. This is such a terrific music event and contributes to building a stronger community,” Terry explains.
  • VFW’s Musicians Gone But Not Forgotten Benefit: contributing artist/volunteer
    Benefit proceeds help local non-profit organization such as the Animal Shelter and Domestic Violence Programs Intervention (DOVES) in Polson.


  • Network+, COMPTIA
  • ITIL Service Management Foundation Certification, ITIL Foundation

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