Todd Sisson grew up and graduated High School in Grinnell, Iowa. In early 1996, Todd met his wife (Stacy) at a Candlebox concert in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. They married on Valentine’s Day in 1997. On December 11th, 1997, Stacy gave birth to their only child, and they named her Rhiannon (named after the Fleetwood Mac song). They moved to NW Arkansas in July of 2000 to be closer to Stacy’s parents.
Todd started his mortgage career in October of 2002. He has excelled throughout the years in various Manager roles, and he is blessed to be working in NW Arkansas, with Geneva Financial. He takes great pride in his job and is known for being very detailed. He is a team player and he is very dedicated to providing his clients with great financing options and a goal to make their process as painless as possible. Todd tries to go to all his loan closings, and he states that there is nothing more gratifying than seeing 1st-time homebuyers at a closing table and knowing that you have helped them with their dream of becoming a homeowner.
Todd is also very active with a non-profit motorcycle organization for Abused & Neglected Children; battered Men & Women; and families in need. Todd was a founding National Vice President for RU4C (Riders United 4 Children). Todd had been involved with RU4C since the organization was founded in 1998 and was a part of the original 7 that started RU4C. Todd made a decision to leave RU4C in December of 2021 and he is currently working on a new non-profit motorcycle organization that will be focused on the same cause, as what was with RU4C. Todd is known as “Pronto” by the motorcycle community and his brother & sisters (Members).
When Todd isn’t originating loans or dedicating his time to helping children, he tries to spend quality time with his family and friends. Todd loves spending time with his granddaughter (Kingzlee) and with his Grandson (Legend). Todd is very passionate about College Football. He became an Arkansas Razorback fan shortly after moving to NW Arkansas. Go HOGS!! However, he still is a bigger fan of his home state of Iowa’s Iowa Hawkeyes and Iowa State Cyclones.