Todd Swedersky

As Mosser embarks on its 75th anniversary, it’s only fitting to profile Todd Swedersky, one of Mosser’s finest masons in our Cornerstone this month. Collectively, his family has worked for Mosser the entire 75 years!

This is Todd’s 35th year with Mosser. His father, Richard “Dick” Swedersky, a brick mason, as pictured in the news article above, worked for Mosser for 30 years. Before that, his grandfather, Kenneth Swedersky, pictured on the right, worked for Mosser as an equipment operator/truck driver. Todd was just 10 years old when the article above was written. Little did he know then that he too would be making his lifelong career with Mosser. Todd was fortunate to be able to work alongside his father for 10 years. His father taught him everything he knows about being a mason and he started at a very young age. One of his most memorable projects was a 50 ft., 2-story stone wall that was featured in the magazine, “Good Housekeeping.” His most recent project is the Bowling Green Administration Building as pictured in the top left photo.

What sets Todd apart from others is not only his excellent masonry skills, but his contagious smile and attitude. Everyone enjoys working around Todd and wants to work with him because he has a “can do“ attitude, even when it comes to the toughest tasks! Most say he just never has a bad day.

When Todd isn’t working for Mosser he enjoys spending time with his wife, Kelly, of 30 years, his daughter Amanda and his four grandchildren: Cade, Colson, Charlotte, and Carson. He also enjoys cheering on his favorite teams the Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Guardians.

One thing is for sure, Mosser’s longevity and success can be attributed to amazing families like the Swedersky’s. Todd, you and your family are the cornerstones of Mosser!