ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of my amazing brother, Todd Miller 38 years old , born on March 30, 1980 and passed away on June 7, 2018. 

He left us way to soon. He left his own unique impression on all who knew him. 

Todd is and will always be my hero. My protector and missed forever and ever.

My brother, My best friend.....

I encourage anyone and everyone who knew Todd to leave your memories and stories in tribute to the most amazing son, father, brother, uncle and friend we have ever known. 

Posted by Jennifer Mcintire on March 30, 2022
Today is your birthday. 42. I miss you so much. Happy birthday Todd. I love you.
Posted by Jennifer Mcintire on June 7, 2021
Today marks 3 years since you left us. There isn't a hour goes by that I don't think of you and miss you. I'd give anything to have you back with us. I see you everywhere I go, everything I do and see. Sometimes I have to remind myself you are gone because I want to call you and tell you something. 
Today is hard. All days are hard without you. If I had only known the morning of June 7th 2018 would be the last time I got to see you, talk to you, I would have never left your side. I would have done something, anything to keep you. I love you brother. I miss you more that I've ever known was possible to miss someone. Until we are together again, rest easy my amazing brother.

Missing you
Loving you always
Your sister
Your Biggin
Posted by Jennifer Mcintire on April 15, 2020
So many things going on in my life i wish you were here to share them with me. You would be a great uncle now. You would have turned 40 a couple weeks ago. Aspen is forever growing up before my eyes. I miss my brother. You were always my very best friend. Rest easy dear brother. Until we meet again
I miss you so much
Biggin
Your sister

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Posted by Jennifer Mcintire on March 30, 2022
Today is your birthday. 42. I miss you so much. Happy birthday Todd. I love you.
Posted by Jennifer Mcintire on June 7, 2021
Today marks 3 years since you left us. There isn't a hour goes by that I don't think of you and miss you. I'd give anything to have you back with us. I see you everywhere I go, everything I do and see. Sometimes I have to remind myself you are gone because I want to call you and tell you something. 
Today is hard. All days are hard without you. If I had only known the morning of June 7th 2018 would be the last time I got to see you, talk to you, I would have never left your side. I would have done something, anything to keep you. I love you brother. I miss you more that I've ever known was possible to miss someone. Until we are together again, rest easy my amazing brother.

Missing you
Loving you always
Your sister
Your Biggin
Posted by Jennifer Mcintire on April 15, 2020
So many things going on in my life i wish you were here to share them with me. You would be a great uncle now. You would have turned 40 a couple weeks ago. Aspen is forever growing up before my eyes. I miss my brother. You were always my very best friend. Rest easy dear brother. Until we meet again
I miss you so much
Biggin
Your sister
his Life

Growing up

Todd was born March 30, 1980. Weighing in at more than 10 pounds with red hair and beautiful smooth fair skin.  Although, I was only 3 years old when my brother came into this world,  my mother always told me how proud I was to be a big sister. 

Little did I know just how much this little baby brother would come to mean to me. 

Then came our baby brother Joe in March 1983. The 3 of us had a bond so strong.  Most people just cant understand.  

We took care of each other.  Although I was the oldest, Todd always watched out for me. He protected me. 

Our mother raised the 3 of us on her own. Of course our father was in our lives but our parents separated when we were very young. 

Ill never forget all the nights Todd and I would stay up nearly all night watching the home shopping network. Lol 

Todd loved to explore the neighborhood and always came home with a smile and alot of dirt and grime from his adventures.  


Young adult

As the years passed and Todd grew up, he met a girl and they married and had a daughter. After Karlee was born Todd was so happy. He was a farmer and worked so hard to.provide for his family. My brother was the smartest, funniest, big heartedest man ive ever known. He could take a pile of nothing amd turn it into something useful and creative. 

My brother, my best friend

Todd struggled with mental illness throughout his adult life. And in the end, he lost his battle with depression and mental illness. 

My brother left us Only 8 months ago but, i miss him so much.

My life was him.

His wings were ready 

My heart was not


Recent stories
Shared by Cami Foxx on March 30, 2022
Stopping by on your birthday to say Happy Heavenly Birthday, Todd. We’ve been friends since what seems like forever ago. I have so many stories and I really don’t know where to start. For today I’ll just say that you are missed so much. You were my saxophone buddy. Not everyone has one of them. But I did. And you were right..none of them were truly my friends. I remember the time we made a hospital trip into a field trip in the ole Lincoln. Foxx was going in for surgery and so was Jamie so we packed up the Lincoln and got everyone admitted and spent the week together at the hospital. Even drove home together on New Year’s Eve. Thank you for coming to visit me and bringing Kevin Mitchell back when I had lost my way. Y’all’s visits truly meant something to me. Thanks for all the laughs cause you always had something funny to say. All jokes aside you were actually one of the smartest people I knew when it came to building something, fixing something or creating something. (That fan ) I’ll be back again to show some love on your tribute page. We miss you, Todd. Love, Cami

My Bestfriend

Shared by Amanda Brown on October 21, 2019
Todd was an amazing person. He had the biggest heart. He wuld help anybdy he culd. Todd Miller was 1 of my very bestfriend. If I was goin through sumtn he was always there. His way of helping was with 1 of his famous talks. I can remember one time i was upset & talkn crazy. I had a knife was gon hurt sumbdy. He walkd up to me & took the knife. Told me to go into grannies & we wuld talk about it. He saved me from the biggest mistake I could've ever made. I thank u Todd for saving me & 4 always being there for me. 
U will forever b n my heart. Fly high my friend.
R.I.L.

My Brother my friend

Shared by Jennifer Mcintire on February 5, 2019

Anyone who knew Todd, loved him. He was so much fun to be around. He could always bring me out of any bad mood and put a smile on my face. The funny phrases and the way he talked will forever be missed.  

My brother and I had a bond like mother and child. My everyday routine involved him in some way. I was my brothers keeper. Todd was my protector.  My heart and soul. The air in my lungs. He depended on me and I always had him covered. And he never ever turned his back on me. Always my #1 go to for absolutely anything. 

The day he went away half my heart went with him. He is missed so very much.