Saturday, April 05, 2008

New LDS Apostle: D Todd Christofferson


A short bio on the new Apostle named this morning at General Conference:

Sustained to the First Quorum of the Seventy April 3, 1993, at age 48; called to the Presidency of the Seventy Aug. 15, 1998, and sustained Oct. 3, 1998. Former regional representative, stake president, stake president's counselor, and bishop. Received bachelor's degree from BYU, juris doctorate from Duke University. Former associate general counsel of NationsBank Corp., (now Bank of America) in Charlotte, N.C.; practiced law in Washington, D.C., Tennessee and North Carolina, and was volunteer chairman of Affordable Housing of Nashville, Tenn. Born Jan. 24, 1945, in American Fork, Utah, to Paul V. and Jeanne Swenson Christofferson. Wife, Katherine Jacob Christofferson; parents of five children.

4 comments:

Frank Staheli said...

Congratulations. If I can be called a judge, I deem you the winner of the "Elder Christofferson is the newest apostle" sweepstakes!

;-)

Take care.

Frank

buchtim said...

Here's an article that gives a quick profile and some quotes from Elder Christofferson. It sounds like he's a thoughtful and respectful person. He'll probably be a good apostle.

Stephanie said...

He's my mom's cousin and a genuinely nice guy... probably because of the good genes. :)

Anonymous said...

stephanie, yes, since we are all a big family =)