More than 100 loggers and their families and friends showed up for the ALC’s Annual Meeting at the Marriott Prattville Hotel and Conference Center in Prattville on October 17th to honor Fuller and the employees of Fuller’s Logging.
“Todd runs an outstanding logging operation. He specializes in first thinings mostly on CatchMark Timber Trust lands. Both the company and the foresters he works with hold Todd in very high regard. He is truly an outstanding logger in all respects and most deserving of this award,” said Bill Harris, Director of the Alabama Loggers Council.
The award’s ceremony for Todd turned out to be a Fuller family affair, with Todd accompanied by his wife Shelia, their five daughters, his mother and father in-law and sister in-law as well as the Fuller’s Logging crew who participated in Todd’s award. In addition to his plaque Todd was given a handmade bench as a keepsake for his family to enjoy for generations to come.
“I appreciate this award and thank the ALC and the AFA for the recognition. I also want to thank my Fuller’s Logging crew who do a fantastic job for our company,” said Fuller. “In addition, I have to thank my wife Shelia and our daughters Kimberly, Suzanne, Amanda, Stephanie and Danielle for their love and support over the years.”
Todd will be entered in the regional competition for National Logger of the Year, which is sponsored by the Forest Resources Association, a national organization that works to promote the forest products industry in the United States.