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Mr. James W. Todd

Worcester, Massachusetts

Feb 21, 1962 – Nov 13, 2018 (Age 56)


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Callahan Fay Caswell Funeral Home Obituary

WORCESTER-James W. Todd, 56, died Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at Saint Vincent Hospital after being stricken ill at home . Jimmy was born in Worcester, son of the late James J. and Eleanor (Rizzutti) Todd. He was a member of St. Peter's Church throughout his childhood. He worked at Giroux...

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Rest in Peace Jimmy, Lots of good old times and good conversation! R.I.P. Bugalu!!

Brenda I am unable to attend services due to prior commitments but please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow.

My deepest condolences to the Todd Family...Jon,Beth,& Kim...I'm truly sorry for your loss...Jimmy was loved by so many...always making ppl laugh..He will surely be missed! Love and prayers

My thoughts and prayers go out to your family will be sadly missed wish we could've talked a few more times God bless you and your family our condolences love Linda and Mike McCart

Dear, Brenda and family,
So sorry to hear of Jimmy's passing. I have known him for over 35 years and what a true friend... Didn't see him all that often but when I did it was like he had been a daily close friend my entire life. I will always treasure most of our experiences some unmentionable as you may expect.. Jimmy was always a pleasure to run into and shared so many laughs. He would do anything to help out a friend, as he did for me and I'm sure for so many others. I will deeply...

our thought and prayers are with you all. May Jimmy fly with the angels. He will live thru the love in your hearts. Deb and Mike Faunce

Brenda he will be greatly missed he had one of the biggest hearts i've ever met. He was a one of kind guy . We are here for you whatever you need. Love you diane

Dear Jimmy' may you rest in peace! Hey Jimmy remember Freeland Street school fifth grade you were the ruffian who sat behind me, remember the occasional spit ball behind the ear' or the he did it" I would shout' whenever Mr. Karnaza' would ask who did that or who said that! Remember the day on the stairwell a little push from you' that was it' my first fight we went at it for a while on the stairwell' all of a sudden I don't know what the custodians name was, but he came from no where...

The loss of a loved one is so hard to face. You just want to hide, go somewhere and escape! But death is something we all must go through. I know it's hard when it's someone you loved and knew. Just know now, Jimmy is in a better place. No more hurt or pain shall he face. It seems unfair, and yes, this is true, but he is in Heaven now watching over all of us and you, Brenda. God has called Jimmy home to rest!!! And he's being well taken care of Because God Knows Best! Love you both so...