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Hi I'm Todd Huffman

I'm a CPA in Denver, Colorado and a proud husband and father. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of one extremely active 3 year old boy. I am a college football fanatic and love watching my beloved Boise State Broncos play each saturday in the fall. Originally from western Idaho, I moved to Colorado 3 years ago to pursue a graduate degree at the University of Denver. I earned my Master's degree in taxation from the Sturm College of Law. My wife and I were still a young married couple with a brand new baby boy. It was our first experience moving to the "big city"! It did not take us long to fall in love with the beauty and tremendous opportunities available to us in Colorado. I currently spend my days working as a CPA for a top ten accounting firm in downtown Denver.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised from my childhood in the mormon church. My parents were always a shining example of what it means to be true followers of Jesus Christ. As one of two male members of the church in my small Idaho high school class I was asked to stand on my own at a young age. I learned very quickly what it meant to be a "Mormon". It meant I was to stand as a witness of God at all times, in all places, and in all things. I am still a Mormon today because I learned, as a teenager, that Jesus Christ lives, that he is the literal son of a loving Heavenly Father. I know that he loves me individually and has a plan where I can return again to His presence with my family. This is the singular most important truth that I know of on this earth.

How I live my faith

Being a member of the Mormon Church is a call to service. First and foremost I try to live my faith in the walls of my home with my family. They are the most important people to me. Secondly, I have the privilege serving as a teacher and counselor to the younger men and families of the church. It is a privilege to visit fellow church members in their home and build a friendship with them. The church is a tremendous support system and I am proud to be a small part of it.