Harry W. “Bill” Todd III, 66, of Mexico, died at 3:47 a.m., Saturday, September 23, 2017, at Pin Oaks Living Center in Mexico.
The family will hold a graveside service at a later date.
Bill was born in Mexico on Nov. 19, 1950, son of Harry William Jr. and Mary Louise (Sievert) Todd.
Bill worked as a real estate broker with his parents after graduating college. He later worked as a supervisor for the Audrain County Road and Bridge Department for 16 years. He graduated from Mexico High School and attended Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg. He attained the rank of Eagle Scout through Troop 36 in Mexico and he was a past member of the Mexico Jaycees. He enjoyed hunting and fishing.
Survivors include two sons, Harry W. “Will” Todd IV (Olga), of Knoxville, TN, and Phillip M. Todd, (Courtney), of Columbia; one daughter, Ashley M. Todd (Ray), of Laveen, Arizona; one brother, Tary D. Todd (Janine), of St. Peters, MO; three sisters, Judy L. Todd, Mexico, Trudy Fisher (Robbie), Mexico, and JoRene Dixon, of Derby, Kansas; three grandchildren, Bladen, Kobe, and Amaya; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents and an infant sister.
Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.
Public Tributes and Expressions of Sympathy
So sorry to hear of Bill's passing I have knowm Bill for so many years both as a friend and as a coworker. Prayers for the family. - Shelley Harvey
Judy - so sorry to hear of the passing of your brother. I didn't know him but having lost my brother it's never easy! Prayers are with you! - Dee & Larry Wells
Im sorry to hear about your Dad. I remember the stories you would tell about his travels. God bless you and your family. - Randy Humphries
I am so very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. Wishing the Todd Family peace. Karen Newbrough Minor
Thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. He will be missed. - Penny Dahl
Judy- My king Bill will be missed so much. I loved him dearly. - Vickie Ferrell Activity Director at Pin Oaks
Billy and I were best friends in grade school. In fact we lived a 1/4 mile apart in the country on what is now called Roppel Road or County Road 11. We would get off of the bus early down at the highway and walk home. We threw rocks, sticks and rummaged in the brush along the gravel road. It took the bus an hour to make it's rounds back to our road and we often got passed by the bus as we were still not home. When his family moved at probably the 3rd grade, maybe fourth I lost touch with him. We were kids and didn't understand what happened and then how to stay in touch. I am so sorry for your loss...and in a small way I feel some of it too. - Lonnie Shepard
Sorry to hear of Bill's passing. We graduated together and our birthdays are just one day apart. He was a good guy with a nice sense of humor. I will miss seeing him at our reunion next year. - Mike Taylor
Brother Bill inspired us to always do our best with laughter and thoughtful words of encouragement. He is a beacon of hope and a vision of dignity, his lessons well learned. God's peace and comfort, Candy Admire-Parker
Thoughts and prayers to the family. Bill was always one with a smile, laugh and sense of humor! David Adams
So sorry to hear about Bill. Your family is on our thoughts in this difficult time. - The Webers
It is hard to say goodbye to a brother, Judy. Our sympathies and prayers go with you and your family. We're sorry for your loss. I have fun and good memories of Bill from high school. - Becky Botts
May the fond memories of Bill bring you comfort and ease your pain during this difficult time. Please look back on the good memories of the times you were able to share. May God's promise of a future resurrection, found at John 5:28 & 29, bring you peace and hope. My thoughts are with you and your family. - Lora
Billy was a hard kid to forget. Always full of energy and mischief. (I had forgotten that Lonnie was involved in that partnership!) If I remember correctly, there were several of the girls in grade school that had crushes on the both of them! Also, I remember, Peggy Harris, (my best friend then and still consider her that today even though she still lives in Missouri and I am In Maine), talking about Billy and wondered where he was living. God Bless and I am sorry for your loss. Brenda (Yelton) Donovan - Newcastle, Maine
Trudy and family I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the memories that are yours to cherish forever. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers Tammy & Floyd Turner
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