Toddrick Howard Futter was born in Vancouver Washington and grew up in Hazel Dell, Ridgefield and Vancouver.
He went to school at Ridgefield High School where as a sophmore he created the "Spudder" logo that is still used by the high school to this day. He graduated from Hudson's Bay High School in 1980.
Toddrick worked as a lead person for the Columbian Newspaper in Vancouver from 1980 to 1985, he worked as a Chemical Dependency Counselor from 1985 to 1992, as a Special Education Paraeducator, Behavior Interventionist and as a Middle School coach for Football, Track, girls' Basketball and boys' basketball and a student teacher from 1992 to 2007. In 2007 Toddrick was hired by the Kelso School District to develop and oversee the Kelso School District Elementary Emotional Behavioral Disability Program located at Barnes Elementary School. He has held this position until the present day.
Toddrick graduated from Washington State University with a BA in Human Development in 2004 and received his teaching credential in 2007, after completing a rigorous program through City University of Seattle.
Toddrick is an Ordained Minister through the Church of the Nazarene. He was ordained in 1998. He has served as a Youth pastor, an associate pastor and was the head pastor of the First Christian Church in Camas Washington from January 23, 1994 to February 18, 2009. Todd currently serves at the 4th plain Church of the Nazarene as the Young Adult Pastor.
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