Dr. Lindsay Todd is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and is currently working as a solution architect for IBM. He resides in upstate NY with his wife, Karen, and several of their 6 children. Lindsay is an elder at Victorious Life Christian Church in Troy, NY, where he has been an active member since 1983.

The Propellerhead Musings is Lindsay’s personal web log, where he will write about life events, theology, science, and whatever else happens to catch his fancy. Technical articles and information will generally be posted to his technical blog, with a cross-posting here if he thinks it would be of more general interest. The views, opinions, and judgments expressed in this blog are solely those of the author. Nothing has been reviewed or approved by any of his employers.


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  1. Mr. Todd – I am the historian of the Community Church of High Falls, which used to be called the High Falls Reformed Church. I believe your father was our pastor between 1978 – 1980. We are having our Homecoming Celebration in August. We have photos of our last four ministers and would like to have a photo of Rev. Ian S. Todd to display. I found a picture of your father on the web from the 1960s when he officiated at a wedding, but the quality is not good enough to reproduce. If you could be so kind as to provide us with a more contemporary photo of your father, preferably wearing a suit or vestments, it would be greatly appreciated. Please let me know if you are able to do so. You can reach me at: gary@garykitchen.com

    Thanking you in advance,

    Gary Kitchen
    C: 862-209-0044


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