Arlene Guzman Todd Husband: Jeremy Todd Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
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Jeremy Todd Biography

Jeremy Todd Biography – Jeremy Todd Wikipedia

Jeremy Todd is the husband of Arlene Guzman Todd, the woman accused of sexting North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham. Text messages between Todd, 36, and Cunningham, 47, were leaked on the night of October 1 by NationalFile.com. Todd is married to veteran Jeremy Todd, 36, and lives in southern California. The couple has two children together. The National File report includes pictures of text messages that were allegedly sent between Todd and Cunningham.

 

Jeremy Todd Age

 

He is currently 36 years old as of 2020.

 

Jeremy Todd & Arlene Guzman Todd

 

Cunningham has been together with his wife since 1997 and married in 2000. The couple has two children together. In one message, Cunningham wrote, “Would make my day to roll over and kiss you about now.” Todd wrote, “I have flexibility this month – done school, training, big RFPs, etc.

 

So the only thing I want on my to-do list is you. ” Cunningham called Todd “historically sexy” while Todd says, “pick a day, city, make up an excuse for the fam, ditch a staffer, starch your white shirt and be ready to kiss a lot.”

 

Jeremy Todd Career

 

According to Jeremy Todd’s now-deleted LinkedIn page, I have served for 15 years in the U.S. Army. Jeremy Todd studied at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business and his story was featured in an article on the school’s website in 2016. Todd told the website that had been deployed on five combat missions during his time in the army.

 

Jeremy Todd told the website that as a 33-year-old USC student he pledged to the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, “with his wife Arlene’s blessing.” He paid a heartfelt tribute to his wife in the interview saying:

 

My wife carried me through. She is really the superhero in all this. The wives are the unsung heroes of the military, the spouses that deal with everything. Without good wives and family, I don’t think soldiers would be successful in their missions and everything they do.

 

Todd is a graduate of the University of Southern California and Occidental College. Todd has a master’s degree in political management from The George Washington University and a master of arts in clinical psychology, emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Pepperdine University.

 

An online profile for Todd refers to her as a “versatile, performance-driven strategic communications and public affairs leader.” Online records show that Todd has donated $ 900 to Cunningham’s campaign in four separate donations in April and September.

 

He Broke His Spine on an Airborne Operation

 

In May 2020, Todd started a petition on Change.org to garner support for her husband’s campaign to continue his active service in the U.S. Army so that he could qualify for a full pension. Todd wrote that during his time in the service, Jeremy Todd broke his spine on an airborne operation.

 

At the time of writing, the petition has more than 10,000 signatures. In an update to the page, Todd said that she was reaching out to politicians on her husband’s behalf but was receiving no replies. Cal Cunningham is an active lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army. Cunningham has been deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan and was awarded a bronze star medal.

 

Cunningham met his wife Elizabeth in 1997

 

Cunningham met his wife Elizabeth in 1997 and the couple is parents of two children. Her wife has quite often openly praised her husband’s achievements and supported her. Talking about how she saw his passion to serve others when they just met, she said in an at-home interview with Loretta Boniti, “We knew that whatever he would be asked to do, that he had a lot of skills that he could offer , ”Adding,“ And it was a time for everybody to step up and do what they could do.

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