Todd Gagnon
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Gagnon, Todd
Todd Gray Gagnon, 58, beloved husband of Margie (Place) Gagnon, passed away on May 22, 2020 at Saint Francis Hospital. Born in New Britain, he was the son of the late Donald and Dorothy (Roy) Gagnon.
Todd lived in Cromwell since 1986 where he joined the Cromwell Volunteer Fire Department in 1989 as a firefighter and EMT. In 1990 he completed trade school as a licensed Master Electrician. He went on to become the Cromwell Fire Marshal in 1994 and was for 26 years. In 2007 Todd also acquired an Assistant Building Inspectors certification. He was a member of Centerpoint Community Church.
Todd loved to spend time at his home in Vermont and travelling all over the country with the BMW Motorcycle Club. He also loved camping and was very good at training dogs, owning many over the years.
Along with his wife, Todd is survived by his two daughters Krystal M. Cocolla of Wethersfield and Nichole E. Stahl of Republic, OH; three sons Nathaniel T. Gagnon of Hartford, Ethan M. Gagnon of Ontario, Canada and Tyler D. Gagnon of Providence, RI; stepdaughter, Theresia Gregersen and stepson Johnathan Madding of Gig Harbor, WA and seven grandchildren.
Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations in Todd's name may be made to Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675-8517. Cromwell Funeral Home has care of the arrangements. To share memories or send condolences to the family, please visit

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Published in Middletown Press on May 26, 2020.
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May 28, 2020
Although I had only known Todd for 4 years after becoming the Fire Chief here in Cromwell, I enjoyed working with him and found him to be a commensurate fire safety and protection professional. His quiet and unassuming manner was effective in assisting the community in remaining as safe as possible from the hazards of fire out of control.
I enjoyed working with him and welcomed his support in moving the department further in achieving the most effective fire protection delivery system to the community. I will miss him greatly as I am sure his family of whom he spoke about frequently to me and demonstrated his devotion to them will as well. I hope that you will find comfort in knowing how much you all meant to him as he expressed to me.
Michael Terenzio
May 27, 2020
Todd was a fine man and a friend. He will be missed.
Earl Dean
May 27, 2020
Todd did some work for me many years ago and I recently met him last summer at the Golf event and was surprised that he recognized me after all those years. Needless to say I was shocked to see his obituary.
Please accept my sincerest sympathy on your loss
Richard Boccaccio
May 27, 2020
Terry orourke
May 27, 2020
My condolences to Todd's family. I worked at CFD for many years, and always admired his dedication to the FMO and to his family. Our sons grew up together and were good friends as well. Small town; there will be a missing link without his presence there.
Pam Lewis
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