Phillip Kiddoo replaces Schade at air district

Ted Schade hands over the badge to Phillip Kiddoo, right.
Staff Writer

Phillip L. Kiddoo is the new Air Pollution Control Officer (APCO) for the local air pollution control district, replacing former officer Ted Schade who retired at the end of last year. Kiddoo was appointed on April 8 during a Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District meeting, according to district authorities. Kiddoo began his career with the District over a decade ago as a Research Systems Analyst and spent the last five years as its Senior Research and Systems Analyst. Kiddoo previously worked for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the University of California White Mountain Research Station. He was born in Bishop, raised in Mammoth Lakes and Bishop and is married to his wife Brenda. Their sons, Reymond and Dezert Sky, are students at Bishop Union High School. WG