- March 15, 1918 - December 27, 2012
- Columbia, South Carolina
of Walter's Passing
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Dear Family and friends,
My heart is saddened to hear of Colonel Todd, but know that he made
heaven a brighter place.
I will never forget Colonel Todd, I served under his command in
Vietnam, 1967, A great Senior Advisor, with MACV Advisoty Team 75.
I have a personel Letter of commandation that Col. Todd, written
prior to my departure form Vietnam, Dated September 27, 1967.
I read it often and keep the words dear to my heart.
A friend always,
Douglas GG Whitley
Posted by: Douglas G. Whitley - Monroe, N.C., NC - Friend Mar 26, 2013
Your dad was a special person. Always took time to visit when he came to see Walt. A life lived well.
Posted by: Cleve Jacobs - Taladega, AL Dec 31, 2012
Blessings to all of the Walter B Todd family. I had the great pleasure of knowing him while he lived at Laurel Crest. He was a gentleman, I loved going into the main dining room each night and seeing him before I left each day. He would always give me a kiss on my cheek. My prayers are with all of you.
Posted by: Mary Y Bryan - Lexington, SC - Friend Dec 31, 2012
Our memories of Mr. Todd are from our times together at Laurel Crest - he was a quiet, faithful brother in our Bible Study class. He had the apprecaition of all of us.
May the presence of the Lord Jesus be your experience in fullness during these days of sorrow.
Bob and Betty Yount
Posted by: Bob and Betty Yount - Chapin, SC - Friends Dec 31, 2012
Walt and the Todd family, my sincere condolances. What a great and rewarding life he had serving his country, state and community with such devotion and distinction. Few can match his many accomplishments. I do recall being at The PiKA House when the Colonel was honored in 2008. And what an honor for us to be his Brothers.
Posted by: Cleve Dobbins - Tallahassee, FL Dec 30, 2012
Tilda & Walt,
Your Dad was truly a magnificent human being who was an inspiration to all who knew him. A consumate miltary professional, he set an example that was with me throughout my Marine Corps career. I have always been proud to have "Todd" as my middle name. Your dad was also remembered by one of his young lieutenants from Ft Benning who rose to the rank of Lieutenant General and led the Army ground forces in Operation Desert Storm...John
Posted by: Reed Todd Bolick - Fredericksburg, VA - Nephew Dec 30, 2012
Col. Todd was an absolute gentleman and I am honored to have spent the few times I had the pleasure of being with him. To Walt and Tilda and families, you are in my prayers.
Posted by: CHARLES ROWLAND - Walterboro, SC - friend of Walt, Jr., and Tilda Dec 30, 2012
Walter served his family, church, and country with distinction, pride and love. He was a loyal Blue Hose. We thank God for the gift of him to so many. Nancy and john Griffith
Posted by: John Griffith - Clinton, SC - Friend Dec 30, 2012
God Bless Uncle Walter and his family. Walter is now with all of his brother abd sisters. What a reward for a life well spent!
Posted by: Harry and Sheila Bolick - Greenville, SC - nephew Dec 30, 2012
Such a handsome picture of Uncle Walter!! Know that I am thinking of each family member but especially Walter Jr and Tilda. I know how hard it is to lose a parent and when it's the last one it IS sad!! You both took such wonderful care of him, loving and visiting him all his life! He always beamed when your names were mentioned. He was so very proud of you both! I was sadden on Dec 27 to get
Posted by: Jenny Todd Hardin - Clinton, SC - niece Dec 29, 2012