In this episode, Todd recalls his initial involvement with the Loewen Group as it grew its footprint in the US. This association gave Todd the opportunity to meet funeral directors across the country and the opportunity to share his knowledge throughout the funeral profession.
In this episode, Todd explains his decision to leave Cincinnati and move to upstate New York, and Hudson Valley Community College. From there he shares another failed ownership opportunity with Simmons Institute of Funeral Service in Syracuse and why he eventually headed back to Cincinnati.
In this episode, Todd shares his trials of being a single parent and being a new classroom educator. He also explains why he chose Seminary to earn his Masters and why the title “Reverend” doesn’t appear in front of his name.
In this episode, Todd shares how the choice of moving to Cincinnati gave him and his son a solid foundation to establish their roots and how David FitzSimmons and Todd Milner assisted them greatly.
In this episode, Todd professes how “The System” allowed Turner’s to serve 60% of the calls in Cedar Rapids and the benefits of funeral service being a “Ministry on Demand” (but a problem for a single father).