Todd McBeth Birth DateSeptember 1, 1953 Date of DeathJune 13, 2016 Biography Share on FacebookTweet Guestbook This Post Has 5 Comments Chelsey Slusser 8 Jul 2021 Reply Todd was one of a kind and will be greatly missed. I am thankful I took the time to get to know him. He was rough around the edges at times but wouldn’t hesitate to help you if needed. I will miss Todd at work but I’m thankful he isn’t suffering anymore. May God give his family comfort in this time of loss. Jackie Lamb 8 Jul 2021 Reply I am sorry to hear of Todd’s passing. I ran into him several years back in OK. We both had that questioning, "Don’t I know you?" look, and very quickly realized where we knew each other from. He was a good one. James 8 Jul 2021 Reply James Grimm 8 Jul 2021 Reply May you feel God’s comfort and love during this difficult time. Todd’s smile and wit will be missed. He touched a lot of lives and will live on through those he taught. John Clark 8 Jul 2021 Reply I was lucky to know Todd for the last 10 years of his life. We worked together for a year at an elementary school in Lake Worth, Texas. He was teaching 4th grade, and I recognized right off that he was really a counselor – and as the school counselor we became friends. I remember some good conversations over coffee at Starbucks and eating out a couple of times. I also drove him to the hospital when he needed hernia surgery around Thanksgiving. After he left to return to professional counseling, we stayed in touch – and he came down for the holidays and my mother’s 90th birthday. We kind of adopted him, you might say. Todd was a most gentle and caring man. That was very obvious when you talked to him – and it is no accident that he was a counselor. I am just now finding out about his death and I am sorry that I was not at the funeral. But he knows that I cared about him. I will cherish the memories I have! Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.