HFH Newsletter

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May 2018

Tod Wingfield Leaving ReStore

I should have known when I saw the Viking River Cruise brochure on his desk that Tod Wingfield might be considering retirement. After five years Tod is leaving ReStore at the end of May. Tod brought significant business expertise to ReStore at a time when we needed to transition from a startup to an ongoing business operation. He made certain that we continued to grow, refined our operations and that we were prepared for the addition of a second location. To support this growth Tod cultivated important business relationships throughout the county that brought new customers and valuable donations to ReStore.

Tod has always been ready to do what was necessary to improve and grow this important business. This business leader could frequently be found driving the ReStore truck and loading/unloading a large donation. We will miss his steady hand on this important business but we know he has prepared ReStore and his successor, Jake Crist, for this transition. ReStore is in a better place due to his hard work.

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