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April 26, 1982 – Monday, September 20, 2010

Service Information
The Community Center, Old Agency Village
Friday, September 24, 2010
2:00 PM

Visitation Information

Allen Lee Todd, age 28, formerly of Sisseton, SD, Journeyed to the Spirit World on Monday, September 20, 2010 in Chamberlain, South Dakota.

Allen was born on April 26, 1982 in Sisseton, SD, the son of Darlowe Allen Todd and Darla Kay Barse.

He was raised in Summit, SD by his grandmother, Darlene Aiken and the late Willis Aiken. Later, he moved to Watertown, Redfield and his last residence in Chamberlain. He suffered with his epilepsy for a long time, but he always had a smile on his face. And what a great smile it was!

Allen enjoyed watching scary movies. He also was fond of hunting, fishing, looking at family photos, Dr. Pepper, BBQ chips and pizza. He loved watching WWF wrestling. Allen enjoyed being around his friends in Chamberlain and loved when Grandpa Gary and Uncle Jim came to visit.

Allen was full of life and his laughter and joy for life always ruled over his illness.

Loved by his two sisters: Lyndell Todd of Rapid City, SD & Sheila Huff of Brookings, SD, a brother: Cody Huff of Sisseton, SD. Grandparents: Gary Cleveland of Custer, SD, Joyce Ojeda of Sisseton, SD and Darlene Aiken of Summit, SD. one nephew: Chanse; Nieces: Brianna, Katie, Kayleigh, Monica, Dejonae, plus one niece on the way; many aunties and uncles.

He was dearly loved and will be missed by all.

Allen was preceded in death by his brother, Edwin Huff; two grandfathers: Willis Aiken and Buck Todd and by an uncle: Troy Todd.

Funeral services for Allen Lee Todd will be held at 2:00 PM on Friday, September 24, 2010 at The Community Center, Old Agency Village, SD with Father Charles Chan officiating.

Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery.

An all night wake will be held TODAY beginning at 5:00 P.M. at the Community Center in Old Agency Village, South Dakota.

Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted, Minnesota served the family.

1 Guestbook Entry

  1. Lyndell Todd

    Thinking of you today, Allen. I miss you more and more.


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