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Todd Henry Smith 1963-2021

February 6 1963- April 8 2021 Todd Henry Smith of Danbury, CT passed away. Todd had been missing since January 16th and was found April 8th.

Todd was born February 6th 1963 in Denver Colorado. His family moved to Connecticut in 1964. He grew up in Brookfield and Milford CT and lived in Danbury for over 35 years.

He is survived by his father Damon Smith SR., sister Pam Mayercik (Walter), brothers Scott Smith, brother Craig Smith, sister Kim Marie Galligan, brother Kyle Smith, sister Kristina Lamparelli, numerous nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews.

Todd loved his family and friends and liked to make people laugh. He loved riding his bike and stayed in good physical shape.

The family would like to thank the Danbury police for their excellent and compassionate detective work. We also want to thank his friends and all of those who prayed or reached out to help. We will have a memorial service in Cookeville TN at a later date.

In Todd's memory please hold your loved ones close and in his words, "Always be happy".

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Todd was a caring and compassionate person. He always inquired after me and my family whenever we saw each other. He always had kind things to say. My deepest condolences to his family. RIP brother.


Thomas A Hanna
Thomas A Hanna
05 de mai. de 2021

Todd was such a unique, warm and friendly person. I will miss his positive and happy outlook on life. We shared many laughs together throughout our friendship. I loved to listen to his perspective on everyday occurrences and the different nicknames he had for everyone and everything. I will always regard him as a dear friend.

His favorite response, " Good Memory " is very fitting now.

Todd, you will forever be a "Good Memory".

My condolences to Todd's family and friends.

God Bless you buddy.


Thomas and Carol Hanna and family.


We have many fond and funny memories of times spent with Todd while fishing, metal detecting, and at numerous other gatherings. Regardless of how crazy the task, Todd approached it with enthusiasm and gratitude. Todd was always happy as long as "you' were happy. Spending time together with his friends was one of his favorite past times. We would like to extend our condolences to his family during this difficult time. God Bless.

Art & Karen Knudsen, Danbury CT

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