Great Tribute to the NUMBER ONE STALLION.
The Stallions were created thru Trent Todd.

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Trent was one of our Coach Uncommon Strength Award Winners

I personally wish that I would have spent more time with Trent. He was a blessing to be around. He was all heart. He loved others. He cared for others. He constantly lifted you up and made you feel like you were the most important person in the world. When I first met him about 8 years ago, I thought if we could get 30% of coaches to truly live, love, mentor and coach like Trent, we will change the world.


The Accountability Tree. Watch his video about this on our web site.

We made some videos of Trent sharing his insights into coaching. I invite you to watch them here below at the following links and really ask yourself the hard questions:

1. Do I really love others enough?
2. Do I show that I care about the people around me?
3. How can I do it better?

When the doctor gives you 5 years to live
Mentoring may change your life
Someone is always listening
Who else
Get your assistant coaches on board
The accountability tree
Kids care about their coaches
Nobody is perfect
Get over your fear
Model the behavior
Back from a double lung transplant


Jill, Bryce, Trent and Sophia

Life is so short. Trent “should have had” another 30 years to coach and impact lives. He did not get them. Not one of us is guaranteed tomorrow. I pray that each and every one of us learns to love more, to care more and to show others that love and care. Please remember in your thoughts and prayers Trent’s wife Jill, Daughter Sophia (15) and Son Bryce (14). Rest in peace, Trent.

Virtue = Strength, Lou Judd

Trent E. Todd, 49, beloved husband of Jill (nee Ritter), loving son of the late John (Jess) and Bernice Todd, devoted father of Sophia and Bryce Todd, dear brother of Cidni Todd, Jessica (Melvin) Todd-Hunt, Troy Todd, Karen Todd, Sharon Todd and the late John (Cherie) Todd. Passed away Tuesday, December 10, 2013.

Trent was a coach with the Lakota Stallions football team and a member of the Teamsters Local 100 Union and Wellspring Community Church.