Theresa Bradford and her husband Gunner are imports from the great State of Arkansas where she and Gunner, with their three children lived for 23 years raising cattle and operating a heavy construction company. In 1997, she received and Associates of Applied Science degree in Business Technology. In 2008, Theresa was honored by the Arkansas State University College of Business Honors Program for outstanding academic achievement while pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society, as well.
It rains A LOT in northeast Arkansas! While owning a dirt moving company you get tired of moving mud, so after months of homework they decided it really is all about climate change: dry climate, family climate, economic climate and last, but not least, a stable politically conservative climate. So, in 2010, they packed up and moved themselves and their company to the most conservative state in the Union. Blessedly, it was soon after that the kids and grandkids followed along. Landing in Canyon County they were delighted to discover that not only did they move to the most conservative state in the Union, but the most conservative county in the state.
Theresa is currently a member and secretary of the Canyon County Republican Women and Congressional District 1 Co-Chair for the Idaho Federation of Republican Women. She is a former logistics chair for Middleton/Star Relay for Life, a former member and treasurer for Middleton Optimist Club, and a trustee for the Middleton United Substance Abuse Coalition. In 2014, she was appointed by Gov. Otter and is currently serving the second of two terms to the Driving Businesses Licensure Board.
Theresa owns Mo’s Frozen Yogurt Shoppe in Middleton, Treasure Valley Treats vending company, and still runs the day to day operations for Precision Grading & Excavation. She and Gunner look forward to retiring so that they can finally explore Idaho’s great outdoors.