National Veteran Affairs and Rehabilitation Commission
The American Legion
Todd E. White is a native of Wyoming and a graduate of the University of Wyoming with a bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering. He served in the U.S. Army from 1967-1969, including with the 125th Transportation Command while deployed to Vietnam. He spent 29 years with the Wyoming Department of Transportation, retiring in 2007 as the District Finals Engineer.
He has been a member of The American Legion, Floyd Minch Post #44 in Worland for36 years. He has been Post Commander twice, District #4 Commander and served as Department Commander in 1994-1995. He served as Alternate National Executive Committeeman in 1996-1998, as National Executive Committeeman in 1998-2002 and served The American Legion as National Vice-Commander in 2003-2004.
He has served on The American Legion National Public Relations Commission from 1986-1998, the Veterans Preference Committee 2002-2003, the National Legislative Council as Vice-Chairman 2004-2009, the Foreign Relations Commission 2004 to the present, and the National Commander's Advisory Committee 2007-2011. He was President of the National Past Department Commanders Club in 2004-2005 and currently serves on the Executive Committee. He was appointed to the Veteran Affairs and Rehabilitation Commission's Veteran Affairs Facilities Advisory Committee in 2003- 2004 and then has served on the "System Worth Saving" Task Force from 2004 to the present.
Todd has served his community and state in various capacities including Past President of the Worland Jaycees, Past President of the Washakie County Historical Society, Past President of the United Veterans Council of Wyoming and as a State Board member of the Wyoming Public Employees Commission. He served as Vice-Chairman of the City of Worland Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission and Vice-Chairman of the City of Worland Urban Planning Board. He was appointed by two different Wyoming Governor's to the Wyoming Veterans Commission from 1999 to 2005 and was elected by the Commission members as Secretary all six years.