William W. “Bill” Todd, 91, passed away Wednesday, March 7, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer.
Born April 19, 1926, Bill was one of fourteen children born to John Brady Todd and Lucy Louise Elliott Todd. He grew up in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C. Bill served in Germany with the
U. S. Army. While home on leave, Bill met the love of his life, Edna. Six weeks later they married and would have celebrated 72 years of marriage in June. They raised two daughters and lived in Arlington, Manassas and Stafford before finally settling in Fredericksburg.
Bill was an active member of Regester Chapel United Methodist Church in Stafford and a member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 100.
Bill is survived by his wife, Edna, of the home; two daughters, Debbie Todd of Fredericksburg and Melinda Houston (Joseph) of Emporia, Kansas; three grandchildren, Jonathan Houston and Andrea Cunningham (Robert) of Emporia and Patrick Houston (Tabatha) of Norfolk; four great-granddaughters, Breanna and Rebecca Cunningham of Emporia and Annabelle and Isabella Houston of Norfolk; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to Regester Chapel United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 85 Bells Hill Rd., Stafford, Va. 22554.
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I am truly sorry to find out that my uncle passed away. Had I known I would have been there. I am Elmer (whitey) Todd’s youngest child. I live in GA and was unaware.
Submitted by Cheryl Todd Blansett on Sep 26 2018 11:40:35 AM
Edna and Debbie, we are so sorry to hear of Bill’s passing and sorry that it has been so long since we have seen you. You were so kind to us at Regester Chapel and so thoughtful in your memorials to both of my parents. Remember that you are in our prayers.
Love, Dwight and Candace Schmidt
Submitted by Dwight & Candace Schmidt on Mar 12 2018 02:22:33 PM
My sincerest condolences to the Todd family. Bill Todd was my uncle who never knew me. My father was Delbert Burkley Todd. From reading the guest book it appears I missed out on knowing a very fine man.
Submitted by Barbara Jane Todd Beatson on Mar 11 2018 07:18:11 PM
Rest in peace, Brother.
Submitted by Rob Walter on Mar 11 2018 11:50:38 AM
My condolences to Edna, Debbie and extended family. I enjoyed meeting Bill sixteen years ago when I moved to the same community. Bill you will be missed at the Friday coffees and the monthly dinners. May he rest in peace.
Submitted by Gerald John Machek on Mar 11 2018 05:06:59 AM
Dear Debbie and Family,
Your father sounds like a wonderful man. I will continue to pray for your family during this time.
Submitted by Lizzie Barnes on Mar 10 2018 04:22:21 PM
We will miss you at the monthly gatherings at the Villa House. Bill always had a smile on his face. He will be miss dearly.
Prayers for you your family.Your neighbors Donna and Steve Downing
Submitted by The Downings on Mar 9 2018 01:58:00 PM
I, and his neighborhood, will surely miss Mr. Todd. Bill always kept an eye out for my mom and other neighbors. Every time I would drop by, he'd be working on a project for someone. He would always talk about his latest project with great joy. Honestly, he had more get up and go than a lot of men 40 years younger. Goodbye Bill, it was a pleasure to know you. I'll see you on the other side.
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