Todd was hired in 1987 as a heavy-duty laborer. At that time, it was supposed to be just a summer job.
Somehow that summer job became a 35-year career.
In 1988, Todd decided to apply to become a forklift driver and got designated as such. Todd held various positions in the 90’s until he became the Fish House Leadmen on nights.
As Trans Ocean Products grew at the Orchard plant, Todd applied to become the graveyard driver for that account. Todd held that position until 2005 when he became the Orchard nightshift Foreman. With his leadership, the Orchard nightshift shone, and he was asked to lead the dayshift crew at the Roeder facility as the Dayshift Foreman.
As the company grew so did Todd, who became a Plant Superintendent at the Roeder facility in 2015 and finally the Plant Manager in 2020.
I have had the privilege to work with Todd since the early 2000’s when he was the account driver at the Trans Ocean Products account. He worked for me as a Foreman at that plant, and, later on, we worked together again when he become the Plant Superintendent at the Roeder Facility.
We wish Todd the best in his retirement. Todd will be missed by many of us, but we are happy for him and wish him the best as he starts a new journey in his life.
Happy Retirement, Todd!
José M. Roqués
Senior VP Marketing and Sales
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