J. Todd Henderson

j. henderson

June 27, 1968 ~ June 14, 2020

Born in: West Palm Beach, FL
Resided in: Lilburn, GA

J. Todd Henderson, 51, of Gwinnett County, Georgia, passed away suddenly at home on June 14, 2020. He is survived by his son Jarrod Henderson (mother Bobbie Ann); his mother Cheryl Henderson; his father Jim Henderson (wife Donna), and his sister Dana Horne (husband Wayne and daughter Kristin) as well as a host of other loving family and friends. An honors graduate of Twin Lakes High School, Todd grew up in Loxahatchee and Palm Beach Gardens, FL, where he obtained the rank of Eagle Scout and was elected a Vigil Member of the Order of the Arrow. He loved the outdoors and frequently camped, canoed and hiked with the Boy Scouts and with his family. Todd later graduated with a B.S. and M.S. in Agricultural Operations Management from the University of Florida where he was a member of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega. Todd was a friend to all and was passionate about helping others.

Due to pandemic concerns and regulations, there will be memorial service by invitation at Snellville United Methodist Church on June 27, 2020 at 2:00 pm.

The family asks that anyone who would like to offer condolences or share fond memories, please do so by sending them to jim.henderson.bsa@gmail.com.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Jarrod’s GoFundMe https://gf.me/u/yak98q

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  1. Jim Henderson says:

    Miss you Son!! Love Dad!!

  2. Kristian Biami says:

    Todd was a friend and a colleague. I enjoyed teaching him Tae Kwon Do and working with him. He will be missed.

  3. Bob Wiggs says:

    Todd will forever be in our minds…somewhere between a brother and a son…between family and friend…definately an inspiration…scouting, tae-kwon-do, camping…he was a big part of our families earlier life. We grew apart but never in spirit…the Wiggs family will always have a special place for Todd in all those memories.

    • James Hare says:

      Todd was an amazing freind and scouter. We had some fun times at college and I was the best man at his wedding. I remember how proud he was when Jarrod was born. And while I had only been in touch with him on social media in recent years, he and I have both been looking for work. He will leave a hole in my life, as well and many many others. Godspeed my brother….my love and condolences to all his family.

  4. John Park says:

    Todd will be missed, a light that was put out to soon. I will join you some day but until then I take comfort in knowing that you are with Scout Master Buck, my brother/Troop 132 member Steve Park, and so many others. I pray that you watch over your family.

  5. Jill Miller says:

    From the first time we met Todd, he was friend. His kindness and love for our friend Teresa Robertson and her children, was the kind everyone should know in their lifetime. We were/are devastated to hear of his passing and will miss his light and friendship. Condolences to his family and friends. Wishing you only peace Todd. May your memory be for a blessing always. Lots of love. Jill, Randy and Gabby Miller

  6. Erich Roetz says:

    Todd was my best friend in high school and in Scouting. He will be missed and not forgotten. I will continue to reach out to “old” friends as a way to remember my friend

  7. Scott Campbell says:

    Wild and crazy speed merchant aat the handlebars of my wheelchair

  8. Master Julie and Master Kim says:

    My wife and I have known Todd for over 20 years. Todd was not just a Taekwondo student, an instructor, or an employee. He was my friend. He had a heart of gold and would be first one to help. He will be missed at our workplace by many he had help mold into young men and women. Rest in peace my friend..

  9. Christine Tutsky Faircloth says:

    Todd- I remember of the memories at Twin Lakes High School. All the laughter and goofing around. I have kept in touch with BobbieAnn and have met your son Jarod. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I will say see you later. Rest In Peace.

  10. Bea Lawler says:

    A light gone out too soon. 😢 My deepest sympathy and condolences to you all as you gather today to release the spirit of Todd to his eternal resting place in heaven. He will always have that special place in your hearts.


  11. Joe Costanzo says:

    I have many fond memories of Todd and Jim when they were active in Scouting. My condolences to family and friends.

  12. David Weda says:

    Many fond memories from Troop and Lodge activities growing up. Todd will be missed. I remember how he was always having fun and hard working.

  13. shirley kingsbury says:

    Deepest sympathy to Cheryl and family during these sorrowful times. May you always remember only the joys Todd brought to each of you.
    Shaysha & Bill Kingsbury

  14. Letanzia Brown says:

    Prayers and condolences for the Henderson family. 🙏🏽 May God keep you all in peace, and blessed during this transitional time in your lives. ❤️

  15. Brendan Shortley says:

    Todd was one of our brothers who many of us met as teenagers 40 years ago or more. Truly sad that we lose him now.

  16. Domi Ruiz says:

    Fly high old friend

  17. Scott Giddens says:

    Just heard the news through the grapevine. (FB) My condolences to the family, I was in Scouts with Todd.

  18. Kimberly Carpenter says:

    Our hearts are broken for you, we send our hugs and prayers. Hold onto Rev 21:4–“He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.” I know your faith is strong, and He will pull you through. Time on earth does not heal all wounds, but oh when we reach the other side. Love you.

  19. Margene Sutherland says:

    So very sorry to hear of Todd’s passing. Although we didn’t get to meet Todd, our hearts are so sad and we are praying that God will give you comfort. Cam & Margene

  20. Greg Davis says:

    I’m so sorry that we all lost Todd. I’m so sorry for your family. Todd and I were in the Buffalo Patrol at Wood Badge S9-101-33. I was instantly impressed with his kind servant’s heart. He worked with me here at LAD for the last couple of years. We spent countless hours together, and heard so many great stories about his family. He loved you all so much. He told me about Jarrod, Nick, Teresa, his nephews, his parents, Bobbie Ann, and others. Todd was a kind and sweet soul. I wanted to help him more. My heart is broken by all of this. But I know he’s happy and painless up in Heaven. Todd was there for me, and meant a lot to me. You all let me know if I can do anything for you.

  21. Jennifer Bonder says:

    Todd u were a great nieghbor and we enjoyed our time on earth w u and ur family in the culdesac. Many prayers for those u loved and that loved u. God bless! Jen Russ and Craig Bonder

  22. Kip Karr says:

    It’s been a long time since I last saw Todd. I was deeply saddened by the news.

    A story comes to mind.

    Americans drink a lot of coffee but have you ever seen a coffee bean or the plant that produces it? In the beginning, the coffee plant and the coffee bean fails to look impressive. It takes time and nurturing to turn into a unique addition for others to enjoy! It gives back with rich taste and sweet aroma.

    Every family has a flavor or style, how they see life. Todd had chores and responsibilities, like everyone else, but decided to give and become an influence by using what he had on the inside. I remember, he always tried to give back and be helpful, to be a good friend.

    Todd, your time with us was too short. You will be missed! You and your loved ones will be in my thoughts and prayers. God has other plans for you! Your energy and spirit does not end here but continues on. This is not good-bye but till we meet again!

    Ecclesiastes 12:7
    Then the dust will return to the earth as it was, and the spirit will return to God who gave it.
    The soul is the eternal part of man that will live forever.

    Rest in peace,
    Kip & Robbin Karr

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