Todd Everett Morris
The Remarkable and Irrepressible man we knew as Todd Morris transitioned to his heavenly home on April 7, 2020. Todd Everett Morris was born in Oklahoma City on Feb. 11, 1968 to Everett (Butch) Morris and Linda Webb Morris. He attended Ardmore City Schools graduating in 1987. He was employed at Merrico and TriPower for several years. On April 1, 2020 he completed 20 years as an employee of the Noble Research Institute.
Todd was a member of Ardmore Young Professionals where he loved meeting people and socializing. He loved and supported the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He was a beloved member of Ardmore Little Theater and appeared in many productions including Crazy for You, Fiddler on the Roof, Les Miserables, Little Shop of Horrors and most memorably as Boo Radley in To Kill A Mockingbird. In the Ardmore Little Theater community he was known as "The Todd-Father.“
Todd was an Ambassor for God and was a vital part of Christ Community Church his entire life and served on the Deacon Board. He volunteered for many years in the church youth group helping to organize concerts and other events. Todd was the catcher for the church softball team for 20 years. He served in the church nursery and was a favorite of all of the toddlers who were drawn to his gentle spirit and kind heart. He served on the church worship team where he joyfully played the conga drums. At Christ Community he was simply known as "T.“ To many people he was known as a hero for his tenacity and determination to do the right thing.
Todd had an amazing memory and great sense of humor. He loved to laugh and never forgot a name, face, movie quote or music group. He never met a stranger, had an infectious smile and gave the best hugs. Todd was a connoisseur of music, movies and sports.
Todd is survived by his parents, Everett (Butch) and Linda Morris of the home, sister Tacy Moser and husband Rob of The Woodlands, Texas, brother Matt Morris and wife Julie of Jenks, Okla., nieces & nephews Lauren, Luke & Sam Moser, Anna, Abigail & Erin Morris.
Memorial donations may be sent to Christ Community Church or Ardmore Little Theater. A Celebration of Todd's Life will take place at a later date.
Wherever Todd went he was known and loved by everyone. He was an ordinary man who lived his life extraordinarily! Online condolences may made at craddockfuneralhome.com.