Todd recognized for service at Sierra Bullets


Tommy Todd, of Windsor, was recently thanked by Sierra Bullets for 25 years of service with a diamond added to his company pocket watch. Todd began working for Sierra Bullets in January 1991. For the past 16 years, he has worked in the 300-meter underground range and is the Chief Ballistician. On the right, congratulating Todd is Sierra Bullets President Pat Daly.


Photo courtesy of Sierra Bullets

Tommy Todd, of Windsor, was recently thanked by Sierra Bullets for 25 years of service with a diamond added to his company pocket watch. Todd began working for Sierra Bullets in January 1991. For the past 16 years, he has worked in the 300-meter underground range and is the Chief Ballistician. On the right, congratulating Todd is Sierra Bullets President Pat Daly.

Tommy Todd, of Windsor, was recently thanked by Sierra Bullets for 25 years of service with a diamond added to his company pocket watch. Todd began working for Sierra Bullets in January 1991. For the past 16 years, he has worked in the 300-meter underground range and is the Chief Ballistician. On the right, congratulating Todd is Sierra Bullets President Pat Daly.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Tommy-Todd-1.jpgTommy Todd, of Windsor, was recently thanked by Sierra Bullets for 25 years of service with a diamond added to his company pocket watch. Todd began working for Sierra Bullets in January 1991. For the past 16 years, he has worked in the 300-meter underground range and is the Chief Ballistician. On the right, congratulating Todd is Sierra Bullets President Pat Daly. Photo courtesy of Sierra Bullets
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