Community Service

Dr. Todd Geiler is a product of his surroundings and the rural setting of Yavapai County. Raised in a household where the family dealt in healthcare by day and ranching by night, one could not be help but involved in 4-H as a child and adolescent. Following his father’s footsteps, he gained an interest in the shooting sports. Rifle shooting evolved into pistol shooting and through a series of matches and competitions; he earned local, state, national and international exposure. Returning to Prescott after graduate school, Dr. Todd immediately began teaching firearm safety for the Arizona Game and Fish Hunter Safety Program and the National Rifle Association’s Firearm Safety Program. It was a 34 year local program the Geiler’s taught, touching over 16,000 lives making the home and community a safer place through education. When this program came to an end, Dr. Todd was the first local president of the Friends of the NRA Foundation. This project’s mission was to raise funds for local safety and shooting range development. They also began the Eddie the Eagle Program here in Yavapai County teaching safety and providing instruction to our children.

Dr. Todd Geiler is the current President of Kiwanis in Prescott. The Kiwanis mission is making the world a better place for our children of our world. Over his last two years, Dr. Todd has guided the local clubs annual fund raising during their yearly auctions maintaining their commitment to the kids of our community. These funds have been dispersed in the local and Quad-city areas on projects benefitting our community ’s children.

Dr. Todd is a 40 year member of the Prescott Sportsmen’s Club, a member of the Granite Mountain Archers, Arizona Cattle Growers and a benefactor member of the National rifle Association.

  • 19 yr. member Prescott Kiwanis Club, current 1st vice President
  • 40 yr. member Prescott Sportsman Club
  • Member Granite Mountain Archers
  • Past president of the Friends of the NRA