Todd William Eisenecher

November 15, 1977February 17, 2021

Todd Eisenecher passed into the arms of our heavenly Father on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. He was 43 and died suddenly of an aortic aneurysm. His life was cut short way to soon. He was so dearly loved by his friends, family and anyone who knew him. He was a gentle soul with a great capacity for kindness and a heart of gold. We are comforted knowing that he left this world as happy as anyone could possibly be. He was a tri-athlete who loved the great outdoors, from the mountains to the ocean, baseball, and photography. Todd was an amazingly original, comedic, and fascinating human being.

He leaves behind his soul-mate and love of his life, Melinda Keo. They were perfect for each other and from the time they met, inseparable.

He also leaves behind his beloved father William Eisenecher, mother Vivian Eisenecher, his dear sister Kimberly Eisenecher, brother-in-law Daniel, and his sweet niece Savanna, whom he adored.

Due to the Covid pandemic, a private celebration of his life is being planned. If you would like, please go to Todd’s personal tribute page: and share your favorite memories and enjoy pictures and videos of his remarkable life.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the charity of your choice.


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Todd William Eisenecher

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Jason Simpson

March 6, 2021


One of the greatest days of my life, shared with one of the greatest people I’ve ever known.

Melinda Keo

March 4, 2021

His ship came in ....

Jaeger Schnuerle

March 3, 2021

I always laugh when I see this photo! This photo was taken as we were reviewing drone footage of the class shooting watermelons out past 600 meters, Great memories out at Lake Piru while teaching a Sniper Course! Todd was an awesome guy, and one of my favorite students! He will be missed dearly, and I send my condolences out to the family!

Melinda Keo

March 3, 2021

The Swimmer and the Shark .The best Halloween ever in 2020 in Arizonia . Uncle Toddy and Savy’s love is undeniable when there together and will be forever cherished ❤️

Daniel Reaney

March 2, 2021

The women he loved most. And Bill too. 12/29/19

Michael & Karen Silva

March 1, 2021

We will forever remember our spur of the moment trip to Mexico. One of the greatest trips we have taken and we are so happy to have those memories with you. Always going to remember your positive attitude, great sense of humor, and kindness. Thanks for all the laughs!

Melinda Keo

March 1, 2021

Todd was always striking a conversation with everybody. He was so hilarious and charming. He always brought lightness everywhere he goes and made the best out of everything he touched!
I love the man that u are Todd and my heart will always be fulfill because of you ! I will see u soon babe . I love you baby!

Lisa Shade

February 28, 2021

Todd was truly one-of-a-kind who touched many lives. I had the pleasure of working with him for 4 years at ZCater. He was not only a great co-worker but a wonderful friend. Todd was one of the most positive persons I have ever met. He was kind, genuine and caring. I will be forever grateful for all the information he gave my son to help him in his goals and also recommending places for my husband and me to visit and enjoy. Todd will be greatly missed.

My deepest condolences to the family and Melinda.

Stephanie Bornick

February 28, 2021

Some of my favorite childhood memories were when Todd and Kim would come to Cincinnati to visit and sometimes for Christmas. We would often get into trouble by my parents for staying up too late, laughing and giggling with hysteria. Todd was always so sweet as a young boy and this exemplified into a man. I always thought Todd was "cool" with his blonde hair, skateboarding so I tried to be good at it too, but just wasn't :). The last time I saw him after many years of not (because "life"), was in Del Mar for our mom's 70th birthday. He and Melinda came to visit for the day and he hadn't changed a bit with his sweetest (as was she!). He took my son into the ocean and was a natural with him.

Even though his life was cut WAY too short, he might be enjoying his time with our grandparents and his aunt Patti and uncle UJ.

My deepest condolences to UB, AV, Kim, Daniel, Savvy and Melinda. You are all in my thoughts every day. Love you all.

Jamie Kim

February 28, 2021