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August 15, 2018

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December 16, 2017
Eulogy for Todd by Debbie Hyams

Todd was born at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati on March 23, 1963. He had complications so he was rushed to Children's Hospital, but came home soon after. My parents named him Todd Daniel so that his initials stood for TD, meaning: Touch Down.
He had two older sisters, Stevie and me, and an older Dennis-the-Menace-like brother, Chuck, who made his life hell. Todd was a Mama's boy. Chuck and I were always doing and getting in to things we shouldn't have and Todd would always run and tell on us to mom.
When Todd was around 2, he almost drowned in Lake Michigan. He got caught in the undertow and our father could not find him for quite a while. He never liked large bodies of water after that. Once on vacation he didn't want to take a ferry to Mackinaw Island to take a seaplane or helicopter because he was afraid.
Todd was the only one of us to go to preschool. Dad was his little league coach. Dad always had the boys working on something, like tearing down houses and even building our Grandfather's house. Mom spent a lot of time with Todd teaching him to cook.
Todd loved all our dogs. I remember him letting one of our dogs lick him in the mouth. (Gross). As an adult he had Great Danes.
He was also an excellent Sports man. He played football for Sycamore and Morehead State until he blew out his knee.
He owned his own business and was a gifted landscaper. He also owned a sod farm, growing the legal grass as he would say. DeeDee was a big part of the Sod business. My Dad said Todd would drive the tractor and DeeDee would load it with the rolls of Sod, keeping up with Todd. He also dug a pond at the sod farm, which was a great enjoyment for my husband, Rick, and our friends who would go fishing on Sunday mornings.
Todd loved beautiful women and BMW motorcycles. I remember him having the motorcycles lined up in his living room, instead of furniture.
Todd married his high school sweetheart, Suzanne. After their marriage, he met his second wife, Carla. They had 2 beautiful boys Todd Jr. (TJ) and Jonathan, whom he loved with all his heart. For the last years of his life he found a wonderful friend and companion with his wife, Dee Dee. I am glad he had her in his life and was not alone. We also want to thank Jim Stewart for his love and support of Todd through the years.
I always respected Todd and loved him. He was always telling me he loved Rick and me. Todd danced at my son Ollie's wedding with Rick's sister, Rita. Rita passed away a few months ago, so maybe they are dancing again now. Our family will miss him.
He said he found the Lord and couldn't wait for his time to join him.
December 10, 2017
May the God of all comfort be with the family and give you peace.
December 8, 2017
A great man, a great father, and a distinguished cook, my father was always a loving to me. As his son, Jonathan, I've had great memories with him ever since I was young. He'd always make me laugh, for his jokes were so outrageous that they'd even make me cry! He had my sense of humor, and it never ceased to ruin any moment. He'd always massage my scalp, and I'd do the same for the good old bald guy, he would do anything to make me happy, and I know that T.J. and I were the crown jewels of his life, he loved his children to hell and back, and we, in the end, wanted the best for him. Rest in Peace, father, you will be missed dearly by both me and Todd Junior. Have a great afterlife.