Curry Todd

Curry Todd: Conservative Republican

Curry Todd

Curry Todd is a Tennessee Republican who has been a member of the State House of Representatives since 1998. He has been a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, among others. Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association and the Tennessee Wing Civil Air Patrol. He is also a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

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Curry Todd: Member of the Hall

Curry Todd was an outstanding high school basketball player. The longtime member of the Tennessee House of Representatives played for the Treadwell High School Eagles basketball team in Memphis, where he was named to the All-Memphis Basketball team for four consecutive years and voted the Tennessee Player of the Year.


His on-court abilities have earned Curry Todd a place in the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. The Tennessee Hall of Fame features notable sports figures from every sport, including basketball, football, baseball, soccer, golf, track and field, and even rafting. Members of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame share a fairly elite honor: there are only about five hundred honorees and inductees in the hall, which was officially created twenty years ago when Tennessee lawmakers unanimously passed the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Act of 1994, four years before Curry Todd was voted into office as a State Representative.


As a former elite high school athlete, Curry Todd understands the mission of the hall, which considers organizes sports to reflect the highest ideals of an organized society. Sports promote the virtues of competition and fair play in addition to health and well-being. Sports also promote friendship, solidarity, a mutual understanding and respect for the dignity of others. As Curry Todd points out, these ideals and principles are the same ones that are written into the Olympic Charter.


The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, as Curry Todd knows from firsthand experience, focuses its attention on educational goals. The Hall is built on the premise that the lessons sports have to teach young people have a long-lasting and tremendous impact on society, and Curry Todd is proud and honored to be one of its members.

Curry Todd: High School Hoops Star

Curry Todd has been a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives since 1998. Before that he was a businessman, and before that a Memphis Police Officer. But before any of these things, Curry Todd was a standout basketball player in high school, good enough to have received numerous scholarship offers from colleges and universities all around the country.


To this day, Curry Todd is the only Tennessee high school basketball player to make the All-Memphis team four years in a row. He also made it to the All-Shelby County basketball team for three years, and was named the Shelby County Player of the Year. He was voted a high school All-American in Scholastic and Parade magazines and named the Tennessee Player of the Year. And in one of the greatest accolades accorded a young basketball player, Curry Todd's basketball jersey number was retired when high school playing days were over.


Curry Todd was a sought-after college prospect who was inundated with offers from colleges. UCLA, the University of Kentucky, the University of Tennessee, Duke University, the University of North Carolina, Texas A&M, Connecticut, and the University of Southern California all expressed interested in getting Curry Todd into their basketball programs. And that is just to name a few.


But when it came time to make a decision, Curry Todd elected to stay close to home, and chose the University of Memphis, which at the time was known as Memphis State University, where he remained a high scored averaging sixteen points per game.

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Curry Todd: Law Enforcement Issues

Curry Todd is a State Representative in Tennessee, representing the Ninety-fifth District in the Tennessee House of Representatives since 1998.


He is also a former Memphis Police Officer who has been involved with many law enforcement issues since entering state politics. He worked to improve the effectiveness of police officers after he was appointed by former Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander to develop, plan and implement uniform standards of employment, training and certification for officers in Tennessee. He was elected by the Peace Officers Standard Training Commission, or POST, to develop and implement legislation with the Tennessee General Assembly, which he did from 1981 to 1987.


Curry Todd also served as the Chair of a subcommittee on neighborhood crime prevention. He was a legislative liaison for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police for five years, beginning in 1982, and the legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988.


As a former police officer and longtime advocate for issues pertaining to law enforcement, the Memphis Police Association is especially close to Curry Todd's heart. The Association promotes the integrity and professionalism of its members, and emphasizes that police officers are, when all is said and done, taxpaying citizens like everyone else, who want to see their tax dollars put to good use. Curry Todd is confident that the Memphis Police Association value the superior police protection they provide to the city and its citizens, and are committed to providing superior police protection to the Memphis community.

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Curry Todd: Veteran House Member

Curry Todd is a veteran member of the Tennessee House of Representatives, to which he was first elected in 1988 as the Representative of the state's 95th Congressional District. He has served in the 101st General Assembly, and in the 104th through 108th General Assemblies.


During his years in public service, Curry Todd has been a member of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee, and the Tennessee Peace Officers. He was appointed by then-Governor Lamar Alexander to plan and implement uniform standards of employment, training and certification for police officers throughout the State of Tennessee.


As a politician, Curry Todd is proud of his solid conservative credentials. He is a longtime member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, as well as the Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women. Curry Todd has been a member of the Shelby County Republican Party Steering Committee, the Fisherville Civic Club, and the Collierville Rotary Club.


Curry Todd has been honored with many accolades since his election in 1988, including the Tennessee PTA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award 2001, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award in 2010.


As a high school student, Curry Todd was an outstanding basketball player whose jersey number was retired when his playing days were over. He is a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

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Curry Todd: From the 95th District

Curry Todd is a Tennessee Republican who has enjoyed a long and distinguished career in the State House of Representatives, where is represents the 95th district.


Curry Todd is a longtime member of the National Rifle Association and sits on the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, a national association of legislators that promotes conservative legislation at the state level. He has received many awards and accolades during his career, including the Tennessee PTA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award 2001, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award in 2010.


As a former police officer, Curry Todd was as the legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police, a position he held from 1982 to 1987. He has worked as a legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department, and for the Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988.


Since first being elected to the State House in 1988, Curry Todd has been active on numerous state panels. He is a Member of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. He is a Tennessee native who was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947. He attended the University of Memphis, and is a member of the Baptist Church.

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Curry Todd: Police Legislation

Curry Todd is a Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives. He was first elected to that chamber in 1998, and has served in the 101st and 104th through 108th General Assemblies.

He represents Tennessee's 95th district, which encompasses part of Shelby County. Curry Todd has been associated with numerous conservative groups and causes since even before launching his career in the state House. He has served in the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, and the Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women, among many others.

Curry Todd is a former Memphis police officer. In 1981 he was named by the Peace Officers Standard Training Commission, or POST, to develop and implement police legislation in the State capital. He worked on that plan through 1987. During that time he also served as Chairman of the POST Commission, and as Legislative Liaison/Lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police.
Curry Todd has been a member of the Legislative Study Committees in the Tennessee General assembly in the area of corrections and criminal justice. He has been a member of the criminal Justice Committee, and was Chairperson of the subcommittee on the development of law enforcement legislation.

Curry Todd was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947. As a high school student he excelled on the basketball court and is a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. He was offered numerous basketball scholarships and selected the University of Memphis.

Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association, the Tennessee Wing Civil Air Patrol, and the National Association of Sportsman Legislators.
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Curry Todd: Conservative Republican Club

Curry Todd was first elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives since 1988 and has served in the 101st General Assembly, and in the 104th through 108th General Assemblies. He represents Tennessee's 95th Congressional District. During his career, Curry Todd has been a member of the House Business and Utilities Committee, the House State Government Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. Curry Todd is a former Memphis Police officer who was appointed by then-Governor Lamar Alexander to develop, plan and implement uniform standards of employment, training and certification for police officers throughout the state.


Curry Todd is a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, among others. He is on the Board of Directors and the State Chairman of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national association of legislators. He is a former member of the Shelby County Republican Steering Committee, the Memphis Zoological Society, and the Tennessee Correction Volunteer Advisory Board.


Curry Todd was a legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police from 1982 to 1987. Curry Todd also worked as a legislative liaison/lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988. He served on the Criminal Justice Committee, and served as Chairperson of a subcommittee on development of law enforcement legislation. He has also been the Chairperson of a subcommittee on neighborhood crime prevention.


Curry Todd is a native of Tennessee, having been born in Juno in 1947. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis, and is a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

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Curry Todd: Board of Directors

Curry Todd is a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives where he has solid conservative credentials. He was first elected to the State House of Representatives in 1998. During the course of his career, he has been a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women, to name just a few.


Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association and sits on the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national association of legislators that promotes conservative issues at the state level. He has been the recipient of many awards, including the Tennessee PTA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award 2001, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award in 2010.


As a former police officer, Curry Todd is sensitive to all issues affecting law enforcement. He was a legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police from 1982 to 1987 and worked as a legislative liaison/lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988.


Curry Todd is a Member of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. He is a proud native of the Volunteer State and was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947. He attended the University of Memphis and is a member of the Baptist Church.

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Curry Todd: Numerous Committees

Curry Todd was first elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives in 1988. He has served the 101st through the 108th General Assemblies in that chamber, representing the state's 95th Congressional District. Curry Todd has been named Legislator of the Year by the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials in 2010, by the FedEX Forum in 2009, and by the Tennessee Professional Firefighters Association in 2011. He was also given the Award of Excellence by the Shelby County PTA in 2008.


Curry Todd also sits on the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council. The Council, known by the acronym ALEC, is an organization of conservative State legislators and representatives from the private sector, who share and draft state-level legislation. Their focus, as Curry Todd knows, is on free markets, limited government, and the constitutional division of powers between the State and Federal governments.


According to Curry Todd, ALEC began in 1973. The organization's vision and values center on the idea that a government closest to the people is more effective and just, and a better guarantor of freedom, than a remote and large federal government. The organization defines itself as a think tank for state based public policy issues and potential solutions, and publishes research and writing on issues that are of importance to its members.


Curry Todd is a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, among many other organizations. In the House, he has served on numerous committees as a member and as a chair.

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Curry Todd: A Brief Bio

Curry Todd, In the Early 1960’s was a basketball force to be reckoned with. His commitment to his state became clear when numerous powerhouse teams came looking at home and offering him scholarships. Some of his Career Highlights included


Curry Todd Has his basketball jersey retired from Treadwell High School,

• He was voted Tennessee High Scholl Player of the Year,

• Also voted Shelby County Tennessee Player of the Year,

• All-Memphis Basketball Team from Freshman Year through Senior Year, the only player to ever do so,

• Selected as a High School All-American in Scholastic and Parade Magazine,

• All Shelby County Team for 3 years, and

• Senior year he averaged 30 points per game.


As a result of this, a young Curry Todd was offered his choice of 188 scholarships from colleges from across the country. He eventually selected his hometown team. While Curry Todd was at the University of Memphis, he averaged 16 points a game and was a member of the University of Memphis Kappa Alpha Fraternity.


Shortly after graduating from the University of Memphis, Curry Todd joined the Memphis Police department. In 1998, Curry Todd was elected to the State House of representatives for the 95th district. And he has one re-election every two years since then. Currently serving in the 108th session of the Tennessee legislature, Curry Todd is excited to continually bring legislation before his peers for consideration and looks forward to winning re-election in November so he can also serve in the 109th session of the Tennessee State House of representatives.

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Curry Todd and the Wolf River Conservancy

Curry Todd is a big supporter of the Wolf River Conservancy in Memphis Tennessee. The Wolf River Conservancy came about almost 30 years ago when a new gravel mine was proposed along the Wolf River in Memphis. The friends who came together were successful and after their success they knew they needed to protect it in the future as well. So they began a non-profit called Wolf River Conservancy that is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the land.


Since that auspicious beginning in 1985, the Wolf River Conservancy has continued to expand what its staff, resources, membership, and mission. It now has helped to protect 18,000 acres in the Wolf River area. Some of the continued conservation they have accomplished are protecting the Ghost River State Natural Area. This area is named after the way the river seems to disappear because it is flowing through marshes and swamps.


Curry Todd also knows that the Wolf River Conservancy has fulfilled one of the missions that the original members of the Wolf River Conservancy envisioned. The Conservancy launched the Wolf River Greenway Project in 2010; six years after the plans had been completed. The Wolf River Conservancy envisions the Wolf River Greenways a corridor of protected green space. They would like to see a paved pathway along the river that is not for motorized traffic. They envision a total length of the project at 30 miles. The next phase of the project is on hold at the moment because completion of each step depends largely on acquiring the land and fundraising efforts.

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Curry Todd: Civil Air Patrol

Curry Todd is a proud member of the Tennessee Civil Air Patrol. The Civil Air Patrol has more than 1000 volunteers including Curry Todd. Since the United States Congress passed public Law 557 which established the Civil Air Patrol as the auxiliary of the United States Air Force, the United States Civil Air Patrol has had the primary mission of emergency services, cadet programs, and aerospace education.


The Tennessee Civil Air Patrol is supported by the Tennessee State Legislature, and by the Tennessee Aeronautics Board and is well known for its search and rescue efforts. Curry Todd understands that the Civil Air Patrol flies most of the Search and rescue missions in the United State Interior. The Civil Air Patrol is directed in that mission by the United States Air Force Coordination Center at Tyndall Air Force base in Florida.


Curry Todd also understands that Disaster relief is another major focus for the Civil Air Patrol. The Civil Air Patrol is an integral part of the American Disaster relief and provides transportation, manpower, local leadership and more to disaster relief organizations and local agencies. The Civil Air Patrol has agreements many disaster relief services such as the Federal Emergency Management agency, the Federal Aviation Committee, the American Red Cross, the United State Coast Guard and more.


Curry Todd also understands that although the services are not often needed the Civil Air Patrol plays a vital role in flying Humanitarian Missions. This is usually done in conjunction with The Red Cross. The Civil Air Patrol will fly time sensitive medical materials such as blood and human tissue when other forms of transportation is unavailable.

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Curry Todd supports the Memphis Zoological Society

Curry Todd is a big supporter of the Memphis Zoological Society. The Memphis Zoological Society started as the Memphis Zoo Association in an attempt to raise funds to provide for animals for the (at the time) newly established zoo. Curry Todd understands that the name was changed, and the society incorporated in 1910 as the Memphis Zoological Society.


The Memphis Zoo has had a long history of great community support. In 1906, the Memphis Zoo Association held a baseball game. It was the associations first-fundraising event and the raised, in 1906, $3,628. That was a really impressive sum at the time. The money was used to build concrete bear dens as well as 23 basic cages. Over the next few years, many more buildings were completed


Curry Todd knows the Memphis Zoological Society, in 1986 created a master plan for the zoo. The zoo is now one of the most visited attractions in the city and the Zoo’s conservation programs are global in reach. The Zoo has been voted, on two independent studies to be the top zoo in the country.


Curry Todd knows that, throughout most of the year, the Zoo is open for free admission to residents of the state, on Tuesdays. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult with ID after 2pm. This is a great time for Parents to take their kids to the Zoo, and it is a nice way for the Zoo to say thank you for the continual community support.

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Curry Todd: Rotarian

Curry Todd as a member of the Collierville rotary Club has worked and donated to many local services and charities. The Collierville Rotary Club is one of the largest in the area and holds true to its mission to help its community. The Collierville Rotary Club has been around since 1935 and since that time has been an integral part of the community sponsoring many events and helping to keep Collierville moving forward.


Curry Todd knows that the Collierville Rotary Club is proud of its association with Rotary International. Rotary International works to bring together leaders from all walks of life to help provide humanitarian services, help build peace and goodwill all over the world, and encourage & promote high ethical standards. Rotary International is dedicated to its primary motto of “Service above Self."


Curry Todd could point out that the rotary Club began in Chicago in 1905, and the original name came from the practice of rotating the meeting place between the offices of the original members. However, the club grew so fast that it soon became impractical. Today one of the central pieces of Rotary Clubs is the practice of meeting weekly.


Curry Todd knows that everything that Rotarians do is ideally based on a four-way test that considers 4 main questions. The questions are: Is it the Truth? Is it fair to all Concerned? Will it Build Goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned? If the thought, action or words agree with the four-way test then the thought action or words are in line with the Rotarian spirit. According to Rotarians, if they do not then the thought action or words need to be changed until they are in line with the four-way test.

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Curry Todd: Visit East Shelby

Curry Todd is a member of the Tennessee State House of Representatives, and he represents East Shelby County. He is very proud of the History of His County and Encourages visitors to come see some of the many attractions located there. Whether you stop by one of the many great lakes or do some shopping in the Collierville town center, there is many great places to enjoy.


One of the great places to go in the district is the W. C. Johnson Park. The park has many great lakes and playgrounds as well as ball fields. Many people going to the park go there for the Giant Water Spray Park. It is a number of different artistic expressions that re made up of various pieces of equipment that spray water. Although it is only for children, it is a great destination for people of all ages.


Another great event is the Fair on the Square. Held every year during the first weekend in May, this event has been running for almost 40 years and is a huge draw for people from all over the country. The Fair is a fundraising fair at puts all profits from the fair into domestic and foreign humanitarian programs. The great part is it also gives school, civic organizations, and church’s a great opportunity for fundraising.


Whether you are interested in seeing the famed Wolf River, visiting the many Lakes, doing some hiking, going to the fair or the many local music opportunities, Collierville has many attractions that make it a great tourist destination.

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Curry Todd’s Career Path

Curry Todd is native of Tennessee, who graduated from the University of Memphis. Not long after he graduated with his bachelor’s degree, Curry Todd began his career with the Memphis Police. That was the beginning of Curry Todd’s career path that has led him to being elected and re-elected as a Tennessee State House representative representing the 95th district.


Curry Todd has been a dedicated public servant for more than 40 years. Some of the contributions he has made came as a member of the Peace officers Standard Training Commission. According to the Tennessee General Assembly Website Curry Todd, “was appointed by Governor Lamar Alexander to develop plan and implement uniform standards of employment, training, and certification for police officers in Tennessee.


He was elected by the Peace Officers Standard Training Commission to develop and implement police legislation with the Tennessee General Assembly. He also served on numerous legislative committees’ including both the subcommittee and the committee for Business and Utilities. He was also the Chairman of the subcommittee on Neighborhood Crime prevention.


Curry Todd was elected to the State House in 1998 and when the 101st congress met in early 1999. During his time in State Congress, he has put forth a number of proposed bills and has been successful in creating new laws in Tennessee. Currently, Curry Todd serves on the Business and Utilities Committee and the State Government Committee.


Curry Todd Continues to serve his constituents and looks forward to many more years severing the public as his Career continues.

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Curry Todd: Highly Honored Lawmaker

Curry Todd is a Republican State Lawmaker who was first elected in 1998. During his time in office, Curry Todd has served with distinction. He has been a member of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee, and the Tennessee Peace Officers and Training Commission. Curry Todd was appointed by Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander to develop, plan and implement uniform standards of employment, training and certification for police officers in the state.

Curry Todd was elected by the Peace Officers Standard Training Commission (POST) to develop and implement police legislation with the Tennessee General Assembly, and stayed in that position from 1981 to 1987. He has served on Legislative Study Committees in the Tennessee General assembly in the area of corrections and criminal justice, and served as the Chairperson of the subcommittee on development of law enforcement legislation.

Curry Todd has served on the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women. He is a member of the National Rifle Association and the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

Curry Todd has received many honors since first being elected to the State House. He has been recognized with the Tennessee PTA Life Time Achievement Award in 2006, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award 2001, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award in 2010.
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Curry Todd: American Legislative Exchange Council

Curry Todd was first elected to the Tennessee State House of Representatives in 1998. He is a member of the Republican Party and has been a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women, among others.


Curry Todd is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a national association of legislators. He also has membership in the National Rifle Association and the Tennessee Wing Civil Air Patrol. Curry Todd has been recognized with many honors during his time in office, including the Tennessee PTA Life Time Achievement Award in 2006, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award for 2001, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award in 2010.


As a former Memphis police officer, Curry Todd served as the legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police from 1982 to 1987. Curry Todd also worked as a legislative liaison/lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988.


Curry Todd has served on many state panels during his career as an elected official. He is a Member of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. Curry Todd is proud to be a native of the Volunteer State. He was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947 and attended the University of Memphis. Curry Todd is a member of the Baptist Church.

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Curry Todd is a member of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

Curry Todd is a veteran member of the Tennessee House of Representatives, having first been elected in 1998. Curry Todd served in the 101st General Assembly, and in the 104th through 108th General Assemblies.


Curry Todd is a Republican lawmaker currently representing Tennessee’s ninety-fifth district, which includes part of Shelby County. He is proud of his solid conservative credentials. Curry Todd has served in the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club and the East Shelby County Republican Club, as well as the Republican Women of Purpose, and with the Shelby County Republican Women. Curry Todd has been a member of the Shelby County Republican Party Steering Committee, the Fisherville Civic Club, and the Collierville Rotary Club.


Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association and the Tennessee Wing Civil Air Patrol. He is the state chairman, and is a member of, the American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, a national association of legislators. He was appointed by Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander to develop, plan and implement uniform standards of employment, training and certification for police officers in Tennessee.


Curry Todd has been the recipient of numerous accolades since first being elected, including the Tennessee PTA Life Time Achievement Award in 2006, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award 2001, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award in 2010.
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Curry Todd: Solid Conservative Credentials

Curry Todd is a Republican state lawmaker in Tennessee. He has represented the state’s ninety-fifty district for many years and has demonstrated solid conservative credentials. Curry Todd has been a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women, among others.


Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association and the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national association of legislators. During his years as a lawmaker, Curry Todd has been repeatedly singled out and honored for his many achievements. He has been the recipient of the Tennessee PTA Life Time Achievement Award, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award, among others.


Curry Todd is also a former police officer who served as the legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police from 1982 to 1987. Curry Todd also worked as a legislative liaison/lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988.


Curry Todd is a Member of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. He is a Tennessee native who was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947. He attended the University of Memphis, and is a member of the Baptist Church.

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Curry Todd: Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association

Curry Todd is a Tennessee Republican with solid conservative credentials. He has served with distinction in the State House of Representatives since 1998. Curry Todd has been a member of the Shelby County Conservative Republican Club, the East Shelby County Republican Club, Republican Women of Purpose, and the Shelby County Republican Women, among others.


Curry Todd is a member of the National Rifle Association and the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national association of legislators. He has been the recipient of numerous accolades, including the Tennessee PTA Life Time Achievement Award in 2006, the Tennessee Home Educators Association Legislator of the Year Award 2001, the Award of Excellence Shelby County PTA Award in 2008, the FedEx Forum Legislator of the Year Award in 2009, and the Tennessee Association of Elected Officials Legislator of the Year Award in 2010.


A former police officer, Curry Todd was a legislative liaison and lobbyist for the Tennessee Fraternal Order of Police from 1982 to 1987. Curry Todd also worked as a legislative liaison/lobbyist for the Memphis Police Department and Memphis Police Association from 1976 to 1988. Curry Todd is now retired from law enforcement and works as an administrator and business owner.


Curry Todd is a Member of the House State Government Committee, the House Business and Utilities Committee, and the House Business and Utilities Subcommittee. He is a Tennessee native who was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947. He attended the University of Memphis, and is a member of the Baptist Church.

Curry Todd: A Prominent Lawmaker

Curry Todd is a Tennessee native who has risen to become one of the most prominent lawmakers in his State. He has been a member of the State House of Representatives 101st through 108th General Assemblies, and is a recipient of the Tennessee PTA's Lifetime Achievement award.


He was born in Juno, Tennessee on the last day of 1947. He attended Treadwell High School in Memphis and was a standout basketball player, good enough to be voted the Shelby County Player of the Year and the Tennessee Player of the Year. Curry Todd was the only high school basketball player to be named to the All-Memphis Basketball team four years in a row, an honor and distinction that he holds to this day.


Curry Todd is a lifelong member of the American Baptist Church, one of 1.3 million American Baptists in a religious tradition that dates back to the early 17th Century. Like all American Baptists, Curry Todd believes that Jesus Christ is his Lord and Savior and that the Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God. As a Baptist he also accepts the Bible as the authoritative guide for serving God, who he accepts as the Creator, Savior and Advocate.


Like all Baptists, Curry Todd knows that the United States was founded in response to intolerance, and consequently he cherishes freedom. As a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives he advocates for all citizens of the State, promoting their right to worship free from discrimination and viewing respectful dialog as a just and healthy means of understanding.

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