Todd W. Normington, age 52, passed away with his loving daughter and sister at his side, after his journey ended peacefully on Friday, September 8, 2023, as he bravely battled challenges brought on by declining health. He was born on January 31, 1971.
He is survived by his Mother Jaclynn Leitsh, Aunt Pricilla (Pug) Brown (Edward Brown), Uncle Steve Normington (Chris Normington), Daughter Courtney Normington, Sister Sheila Bachmann, Niece Ashley Hyatt (Nick Hyatt), Nephew Shaun Bachmann (Persephone Ziegner), Grandnieces Sofiya and Hailey Hyatt, and many cousins. He was preceded in death by his Father Lawrence R. Normington, Uncle James Normington, Aunt Barbara Shunk, Uncle Robert Shunk, and Cousin Jesse Jackson.
Todd was a true embodiment of a life well-lived. He grew up in the Monona area and attended Monona Grove High School, where he forged lifelong friendships and cherished memories that would sustain him throughout his life’s journey.
His passions were as diverse as they were captivating. A devoted fan of the Green Bay Packers, he never missed a game and reveled in the camaraderie of cheering for his beloved team, win or lose. Riding motorcycles and the allure of classic cars brought him immense joy; a friend states, “he loved anything fast, especially motorcycles.” As a handyman, he possessed an innate ability to fix, build, and tinker, turning every project into an opportunity to showcase his skills.
In his younger years, Euchre was a card game that was close to his heart. Maintaining an active lifestyle, Todd regularly engaged in working out and bodybuilding. Anyone who knows him knows that he loves his muscles!
As we gather to honor his memory, we remember Todd as a man of diverse passions, an unyielding spirit, and a heart full of love for his family and friends. He leaves behind a legacy of adventure and the enduring bonds of love that will remain in our hearts forever.
“We bid goodbye to one so loved and never to be forgotten”