Todd M. Anderson
Todd M. Anderson, 54, of La Crosse Wisconsin died on Monday, May 15th, 2023 surrounded by his family.
Todd Anderson graduated from Logan High and then went to make his career in paintless dent-removal. Todd took pride in his attention to detail and flawless removal of dents around the coulee region.
Todd was everyone’s friend, whether he knew you or not and was always looking to help others. In Todd’s free time, he enjoyed serving breakfast at Catholic Charities, watching movies and sports teams (he loved the Badgers, Brewers and Packers), spending time with his dogs, hunting and being in nature, looking up new recipes to make and spending time with his family. Todd was a rock music enthusiast, trivia master, strategic euchre player and an amazing cook.
Todd is survived by his wife Carol Anderson, daughter Hayley Anderson, God parents Jerry & Peggy Ming, mother Marylou Anderson, sisters Tina McKinney and Tara Hohlfeld and nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. Todd is preceded in death by his grandparents Bob & Helen Anderson and aunt Julie Anderson.
A celebration of life will be hosted at Our Corner on June 24th at 2PM.
Wish to express our sincere sympathy to family and friends.
Todd was a wonderful friend his smile would light up a room…Condolences to Carol n family! He will be missed!
We are so sorry to hear of Todd’s passing. Our prayer and for Todd and his entire family.
May his kindness and love live on with the rest of his family.
Carol and Hayley, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I remember Todd being involved with show choir and I know that he was so very proud of his beautiful daughter!
Love and hugs from the Wiggerts
Had a lot of great laughs with Todd. He loved life and especially loved his family! Our deepest condolences to Carol Haley and rest of the family.
Sending our condolences to you both and to the rest of the family as well.
Sending prayers of comfort to Carol and Hayley and all of Todd’s extended family and friends
I worked with Todd for many years he was a perfectionist he was always there when anyone needed a helping hand. I remember his excitement the day he purchase his home I remember how happy he was the day his Daughter was born. I have many pleasant memories of all the fun times at work that bring pleasant smile’s to my face. Todd loved his family & friends Todd was that special person.
My Deepest Sympathy to TODD’S WIFE, DAUGHTER & FAMILY.
I worked with Todd for many years. He was a kind giving person friendly and helpful. He will be missed. Prayers and hugs to Carol and Hayley and the family.
Carol we are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and Hayley and sending love.
Carol and Hayley, please accept my deepest and most heartfelt condolences. may you be blessed with all the healing and strength needed during this most difficukt time. Besides being sad, I’m in disbelief and shock yet. Todd was a friend I could always count on. Spent quite a few years playing softball together. And of course, an adult malt beverage or several. I really enjoyed and treasured our time together for cook outs on the patio, too. When we were together, we always had fun and a good time. He sure liked talking to me about fishing. Which of course I didn’t mind at all. I considered Todd to be a good friend. I will definitely miss him, his sense of humor and smile. RIP my dear friend.
Dear family, and special to Tina and Tara, Todd was a good man to be around. He was always kind and generous to me, and I loved his company. I actually got to know him through his sisters who babysat for my children. I am very sorry for your loss. May his memory be eternal.
Oh Carol & Hayley, My deepest sympathies and support to you both. May your love and beautiful memories sustain you throughout this very difficult time. Peace to both of you, and may god bless you my friends.
My deepest condolences. I remember Todd from many years ago.
The love that you and Todd shared was an inspiration to us all. Thinking of you. Sending love, hugs, and prayers to you and the rest of the family.
My eternal friend. The one who held the hearts of so many but especially his family. May you find peace on the other side of the rainbow. May your soul rest knowing how loved you were. You may have always had a smart ass comment, but you loved, and that’s really all that matters. I so much appreciated the doors you hung, cars you fixed and locks you changed for me. I so enjoyed the parades and the card parties, and all the nights out partying with all of us together. Your ability to cook and grill fantastic foods. You drove us around in Ron’s limo…lol. You played golf with us and so much more. You always taught me something Todd. Thank you! You will be so missed on this earth. Hope we meet again some day.