The Department of Veterans Affairs theme for the 2020 Veterans Day is: “Vision: Veterans in Focus.” The message is clear:
Looking back on centuries of Veterans’ service and sacrifice and what we have learned from the past, we must always maintain the vision for the future of Veterans. Putting the Veteran at the center, on Veterans Day we continue to honor all who served, while focusing on the needs of the next generation of Veterans.
Veterans contribute to American society in many ways, not just during their time in active duty. Throughout our history, military service members have put on their uniforms to protect the values and liberties that this nation was built on. But that doesn’t stop once the uniform comes off and their time in active duty has ended. Our veterans take the lessons they have learned and the experiences they’ve gained and continue their service to our nation by strengthening communities and businesses. They make important contributions by bringing their skills and motivation to the workplace.
So too at TTL, our veterans’ service now goes beyond the uniform they once wore. This Veterans Day, we honor our men and women who continue to serve our country and contribute so much to TTL and our communities.
- Brad Johnson, CMT-Toledo
- Kerry Conrad, Lab Technician
- Laureen Gause, CMT-Plymouth
- Mike Hoyt, CMT-Toledo
- Robbie Weills, Administrative Assistant
- Rodney Barnes, CMT-Plymouth
- Tom Russell, CAD Technician
- Tony Brister, Driller
- Tom Uhler, CEO
We thank them for their service and all they do for TTL. Please join us in thanking them personally.
Robert, Curt and Jeff
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A TTL Associates Webinar: We brought in the experts, successful Abandoned Gas Station Fund Grant recipients, and communities from around the region to discuss the details of the fund and how it has benefited communities
- Participants Represented:
- Oregon Economic Development Foundation, Huron County Development Council, City of Fremont, Ottawa County Improvement Corp, Maumee Valley Planning Organization, Paulding County Economic Development, Sandusky County, Lorain County, Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership, Village of Gibsonburg, Village of Marblehead, Wood County, City of Rossford, and the City of Napoleon
TTL Times Newsletter
TTL is excited to release our latest company newsletter. In the newsletter you will find information on TTL, TTL events, and our employees.
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