Larry “Todd” Kinder, 52 of Carroll, Ohio passed away after a long, hard fought battle with cancer on September 19, 2019 Todd was born in Bellaire, OH; the son of Harold “Babe” and Connie (Schramm) Kinder.
He was an exceptional athlete, both in the All American Town and as a Kent State Golden Flashes. Todd excelled in the sports of football, basketball and baseball. Todd enjoyed being outdoors for fishing or hunting, and he was even lucky enough to call himself a member of the Neffs Rod & gun Club.
Todd was preceded in death by his grandmother Rosalie (Grammy) Schramm, paternal grandparents, and several aunts and uncles.
In addition to his parents Harold “Babe” and Connie (Schramm) Kinder, survivors include his girlfriend Crystal Tipton, daughters, Britanie (Sean) Porter and Madison (Cody Anderson) Kinder, granddaughter Rylie Porter, brother Darren (Lisa) Kinder, as well as niece and nephews Jessica and Ben Kinder respectively, and several cousins and aunts.
Family and friends will be received at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 441, 37th Street on Thursday September 26th from 4-8 for a memorial gathering. Funeral service will be held on Friday September 27 at 11 am with Pastor Jerry Garloch officiating.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Cancer Care Fund by going to “TMCFunding.com”.
Share your thoughts and memories of Todd with the family at www bauknechtaltmeyer.com
So sorry for your loss!
So sorry for your lose!
So very sorry for your loss. Love and Prayers for you and all of Todd’s loved ones.
I will never forget the times we had at the Rod and gun club watching Ohio State and drinking a few beers!
I’m so very very sorry for your loss! I will never forget the times we had in the club together!
I am deeply saddened to hear the loss of Todd.I was so impressed with him as an athlete but more as a person, great fellow. My sympathy and prayers to the family
I met Todd when he came to work at Kubota Tractor as a temporary employee. It only took a short time to see that he was capable of anything we asked him to do and we quickly hired him as a permanent employee. His work ethic was amazing. Even better was his personal side. He was one of the finest, kindest people I have ever know. He loved his Daughters and Crystal and made them his priority. He will indeed be missed but I have nothing but great memories and was lucky enough to call him a friend. They don’t come any better than Todd. Sympathies to his family and Crystal. Todd and Crystal were a great couple. God Bless.
Connie, Babe and Darren …I am so sorry about the loss of Todd. Sending you my sympathy to all of you…I remember babysitting both of those boys. love you all…
We were so sorry to hear of Todd’s passing. May your loving memories bring much comfort during this difficult time. Love and prayers to all the family and friends.
We are sorry to hear of Todd’s passing. May your loving memories bring much comfort during this difficult time. Love and prayers for all the family and friends.