Louie Todd
June 2, 1936 - June 3, 2019
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Louis Todd, 83, Springfield, Mo. passed away June 3, 2019, at Cox Hospital South. He was born June 2, 1936 in Springfield, Mo. to Roy Herby Todd and Amanda Lavanda (Harris) Todd. He was a United States Army veteran and he was a retired foreman with the Springfield Paper Company, after 38 years of service.…

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Gail Gordon left a message on June 7, 2019:
Louie was like a second dad to me growing up with my best childhood friend Kathy who I loved dearly as well as Joann and louie and Mike we all called him mikie I love you all and I wish death didn't have to take our loved ones but I'm so glad that I will be allowed to be with them someday with our Lord Jesus Christ. Louie was a wonderful man.
Helen Stapp Mickelson left a message on June 7, 2019:
Sweetest man I ever met. He will be greatly missed.
Gina Riehl left a message on June 5, 2019:
I have such wonderful memories of Louie. I am so thankful that my sister, Kim and I stopped by last year to visit him. We sang songs from church, We Will Understand it Better By and by., when the roll is called up yonder, When we all get to heaven,,,it was such a precious time for us all. There was not a dry eye that day. But we all felt so blessed to share those memories. Kathy and I had lots of fun together and I was always a wee bit jealous of what an awesome daddy she had. His kids meant everything to him. Mike and Kathy. He has left Mike a great heritage, along with grandsons, granddaughters and great grandchildren now. I know he is having a wonderful reunion with Joann and Kathy, but I also know that he hated to leave Mike behind. You have wonderful footsteps to follow in Mike and I know they are watching over you. Be strong and of good courage for the Lord Your God, the God of your father , is with you. Thoughts and prayers with all the family. Love.
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