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In loving memory of
Todd Schmucker
  • May 16, 1965
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  • December 31, 2021

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Obituary

Todd Daniel Schmucker of North Port Florida passed away 31 December 2021 at Venice SMH after six and half years fight against Stage 4 Colon-Rectum cancer.
Todd was born in Lincoln, Nebraska to Ernest Hal Schmucker and Catherine Lucille Means Schmucker on 16 May 1965. He graduated from Otoe County Schools in Syracuse, NE and attended Milford Community College, S.E. earning two associate degrees.
Todd shared his life’s journey with his wife of thirty years Eileen R. Schmucker on 3 December 1991 in Roanoke, City Virginia.
Todd worked at North Port City, Road and Drainage. Todd served honorable in the U.S. Navy as a DS3/E4 from 1990 to 1997. He was awarded Good Conduct Award, National Defense Service Medal, Overseas Ribbon, and Pistol Marksman Ribbon.
He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus; one of his most favorite volunteer activities was singing with the North Port Chorale for several seasons until the cancer forced him to step down.
Todd is survived by his wife Eileen, and his children Ethan and Aaron; his sisters Mary Simon, Cay Rowley, and brothers Jeffrey Schmucker and Jim Schmucker as well as nieces and nephews and extensive extended family in the mid-west. Family was Todd’s most cherished gift in his life, there was nothing he liked more than to be with them.
A celebration of life will be held at Venice Christian School, 1200 Center Road, Venice Florida in February.
The ceremony of life is welcome to all friends. The family wishes that those joining us write a memory or story about Todd to add to our memory wall. Todd celebrated life and always looked for the silver lining, any story, memories, pictures or thought that exemplify Todd’s essence is welcomed and will be added to a memory box for his family. Instead of gifts or donations, the family would like those attending to bring a dish to share. Todd enjoyed celebrating and believed good food brought people together, we would like this celebration to mirror Todd’s love of family, friends, and good times. Please contact the family if you are planning on attending and those wishing to speak at the celebration please let the family know.
The family would like to extend our sincere thanks to the doctors at Moffit in Tampa, FL, Florida Cancer Specialist in Venice, and the nurses, doctors, and staff at Venice SMH for their care of Todd during his fight against his Colon-Rectum cancer. Their care and support of him and his family has been invaluable, thank you.


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  3. Tina says:
    15 Jan 2022
    Teaching Ethan was a blessing, getting to meet his parents a double blessing!! Your love and devotion to your family has always left an impact throughout the years. Getting to coach with you was icing on the proverbial cake ❤️. I never had so much fun coaching as the seasons with you. The belly laughs can still be felt with all our coaching antics. You are truly a gift that will be treasured in my heart. Go rest in the kingdom of Heaven that you have so rightfully earned my friend. Until we meet again All my love, Tina Blashinsky

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  8. Cathy Johnson says:
    15 Jan 2022
    I met Todd many years ago when his wife and I worked side by side at the Credit Union. He was a gentle spirit and always found the best in everyone and every situation. Eileen, I miss you guys and pray you find comfort during this time!

    Cathy

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  22. Julia Crum says:
    15 Jan 2022
    I have known Todd since we were teenagers. He was the most gentle person I have ever known. He will always have a place in my heart and I miss him very much. I love you Todd and may you rest in peace.

  23. Tami Springer, Lincoln NE cousin says:
    14 Jan 2022
    Growing up the "kids" and "gang" were "Toddy's" siblings and cousins. There were 8 of us in all and Sunday afternoons meant gathering at the farm in Firth or at the house in Bethany. Bethany turned into the acreage in Unadilla but that never mattered because both houses had "the cement hill" ride. It was a steep sidewalk, a daring kid and a skate board...the narrow ones of the 70's. We would sit on the board and hang on for dear life to see who could make it to the bottom in one piece. None of us walked away unscathed but it was a heck of a ride. I will miss you every day Toddy. I'm so happy you found your forever love and so glad you have your children to carry on your warm sparkling smile. Give Wes and the family a big huge from me. You all shared your hearts of gold. We are forever better that you spent as much time as you could with us. My sincerest condolences.
    ---Tami

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