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Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home

4216 South Bowen Road, Arlington, TX

OBITUARY

Todd Taggart Connors

July 6, 1954July 23, 2019
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Todd Taggart Connors 65, passed away on July 23, 2019 in a Dallas hospital. Todd was born on July 6, 1954 in Trenton, New Jersey.

After graduating from Amber University with a B.A. in 1991, Todd went on to a successful career in Information Technology. During his 35-year-career with E-Systems/Raytheon, Todd achieved many honorable service certificates and awards; including the prestigious recognition for Best of Best in Information Technology, IT professionals, the Raytheon 2003 Excellence in Information Technology Awards.

He is survived by his loving wife, Priscilla Frye, and her four children and their spouses, Terry Lee Frye, (Josephine), Adrian Garret Frye, Anthia Dawn Frye (Michael Joe Brown) and Daniel Lee Austin.

Todd is also survived by his sister, Jane Rehark and husband Jeff: five nephews and their wives and children, Peter Krysinski (Cathy), Greg Krysinski (Marilyn) and their daughter, Madison; Brad Krysinski (Christy) and their children, Kaylee and Connor; Corey Krysinski (Theresa) and Scott Krysinski (Nikki).

Visitation will be from 6:00 - 8:00 pm Monday, July 29, 2019. Funeral services will be at 2:00 pm at Moore Bowen Road Funeral Home, 4216 S Bowen Road, Arlington, TX 76016.

In lieu of flowers the family would like any donations to be made in Todd’s memory to www.operationkindness.org or www.pawsinthecity.org as Todd loved his dogs.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Monday, July 29, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, July 30, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Inurnment

Memories

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Sandra Robinson

July 30, 2019

I thoroughly enjoyed working with Todd on the data warehouse team. He taught me so much about the dw and was extremely helpful and patient. I also enjoyed chatting about our weekends and hearing about his dogs and cat. He will definitely be missed.

Lyle Livingston

July 29, 2019

I remember working with Todd for many years, then dropping by his office and chatting as he moved up the ladder at Raytheon.
He was a great guy to work with and I always enjoyed our visits.

Phil Ziegelbaum

July 29, 2019

Very saddened to hear about the passing of Todd. He was a very nice and caring man and you never saw him without a smile and being so pleasant.

Kate Blackburn

July 28, 2019

I am so very saddened to hear the news of Todd's passing this week.
They say that only the good die young and that is so true in Todd's case. He was without question truly one of the good ones.
Over the years, we had spent countless hours on the phone together trying to resolve work related problems throughout the long nights.
He was such a dedicated Raytheon employee and really knew his Data Warehouse processes inside and out.
I am glad that he got to experience a few months of retirement before he left us.
I loved working with him for so long and had every confidence in his capabilities and the utmost respect for his strong work ethics.
I believe that there is a bright new star shining up above us and I am certain that Heaven is a much better place now that he is there.
I will miss you Todd. You touched my heart and I am grateful that our paths crossed in this lifetime.
I am sure that I now have a new guardian angel looking out for me.
I'll see you on the other side when I get there.
God bless and rest in peace my dear friend.

Mark McGee

July 28, 2019

Todd and I spent a lot of years working closely together at E-Systems/Raytheon. We always seemed to be working together on the same tools, projects or for a while in the same group. We spent a lot of time talking about dachshunds since I had 3 and also about football like so many others. We also spent a late night and middle of the night phone calls for work emergencies. Todd was an outstanding person and always went the extra mile in supporting our group and in being a friend. He was a lot of fun to work with and we enjoyed many a meal at Mr Gatti's when we had the time. He was one of the best people I knew all the years we worked there together. He will be missed.

Peter Krysinski

July 27, 2019

Thanks Uncle Todd, for the memories. From Six Flags Great Adventure, to the Boardwalk in New Jersey. Also the soccer games at SMU, and hockey games in Fort Worth.

Even you and I teasing one another about who's football team was better. Your NY Giants or my Dallas Cowboys.

You will be missed!
RIP Uncle!!
Love, Peter

Greg Wooldridge

July 27, 2019

Back in November of 2003, Todd bet Brontis that he would not color his hair and come to work. The bet: Surf 'n Turf. Here is Todd making good on the payout. He and I worked on many projects together. However we always found time to talk Cowboys/Giants. I'll miss you old friend. RIP

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Todd is held by baby sitter's mother - Jane is sitting on the right

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April 1955, Todd is in the back of the wagon

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Jane holding Todd at 2 1/2 months old

Biography

Todd Taggart Connors 65, passed away on July 23, 2019 in a Dallas hospital. Todd was born on July 6, 1954 in Trenton, New Jersey.

After graduating from Amber University with a B.A. in 1991, Todd went on to a successful career in Information Technology. During his 35-year-career with E-Systems/Raytheon, Todd achieved many honorable service certificates and awards; including the prestigious recognition for Best of Best in Information Technology, IT professionals, the Raytheon 2003 Excellence in Information Technology Awards.

He is survived by his loving wife, Priscilla Frye, and her four children and their spouses, Terry Lee Frye, (Josephine), Adrian Garret Frye, Anthia Dawn Frye (Michael Joe Brown) and Daniel Lee Austin.

Todd is also survived by his sister, Jane Rehark and husband Jeff: five nephews and their wives and children, Peter Krysinski (Cathy), Greg Krysinski (Marilyn) and their daughter, Madison; Brad Krysinski (Christy) and their children, Kaylee and Connor; Corey Krysinski (Theresa) and Scott Krysinski (Nikki).