Todd Nelson Johnson 46, passed away
February 10, 2018. Todd was born November 22, 1971 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Horace Wayne and Georganna Johnson. He was raised in West Tulsa and Sapulpa area. He graduated from Sapulpa High School in 1990. While in high school Todd met his first wife Julie Hicks. In 1991 Todd and Julie were married. In 1993 the one and only son of Todd’s was born. A couple years later the first of 3 daughters was born. Laurie was born in 1995. Todd was involved in many actives. His true love was softball. He played in many different leagues. He was also involved with The Tulsa Easter Pageant for 15 years. After 7 years of marriage Todd and Julie went their separate ways but still maintained a friendship. In 2000 Todd married Amy Bales, and they settled in the Keystone Community. The second daughter of Todd, Brianna was born in 2001. Last but not least of the children born was Reagan in 2013.
Todd started working at Webco in Mannford and worked there 16 years also he worked at Mayco Fixture Co. in Tulsa 9 years. Todd loved being a volunteer Fireman with the Peninsula Fire Department, loved watching his Dallas Cowboys, listening to all his music, watching his tv shows, playing softball, and coaching Little League baseball. Todd cherished time spent with his family, he will be truly missed by all who knew him and called him a friend.
Todd leaves to cherish his memories, his wife Amy Johnson, son; Zach Johnson and his wife Payyton, three daughters; Laurie Johnson and fiancé Travis Alden, Brianna Johnson and Reagan Johnson, one grandson Landon Alden, three brothers; Scott Miller, Rick Johnson, and Michael Johnson, God parents Jon and Shirley Mattingly & family.
Todd was preceded in death by his parents and five brothers. Services will be held on Friday 10:00 A.M. in the Westport Baptist Church with Rev. Doyle Baker officiating. Services were entrusted to the Chapman-Black.
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