D. Todd Diederich Military Experience
Todd spent four years in the United States Navy as a Cryptologist (enlisted). He attended boot camp in Orlando, Florida and then attended “A” school in Pensacola, Florida. He was then given orders to be stationed overseas where he spent the next three and a half years
serving his country. Todd was repeatedly involved in volunteer work while in the Navy and having earned his black belt in karate prior to joining the service he participated in several international karate tournaments representing the United States. He is the recipient of several military medals, letters of
appreciation and commendations. To view my military commendations, click here.
After his service in the Navy, Todd returned to the United States and attended Mid-Michigan Community College in
Harrison, Michigan where he earned an Associates in Arts degree as well as an Associates in Corrections degree. He went on to attend Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with a double major in Biology and Political Science. While attending law school at Michigan State University Todd was the President of the Owen Graduate Hall Association and performed internships at the Michigan
Attorney General’s Office and the Isabella County Prosecutor’s Office.
Todd is currently a partner in the law firm of Dreyer, Hovey & Diederich, LLP and has experience in all matters that would appear before him in the District Court. He was on the Board of Directors for the Harrison Chamber of Commerce for the past four years and is also a member of the following associations:
American Legion Post 404
Hard Times Café (Director)
Michigan Association for Justice
Michigan State Appellate Defender Office
Todd’s hobbies include: constitutional studies, history, fishing and scuba diving. For
more information about Todd’s position on legal matters please see the link below: http://www.todddiederich.com/Todd_Diederich_News_Release/todd_diederich_news_re lease.html