Stephen Todd Eddleman

March 14, 1970November 30, 2018
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Stephen Todd Eddleman known as Todd was born March 14, 1970 to Stephen Dale Eddleman and Martha Jean Allison. He grew up in Olney, TX with his younger sister Allison Beth Eddleman. He graduated from Olney High School in 1988 followed by a year at Tartleton University.

In 1993, Todd married Kimberly Kay Eddleman in Las Vegas, NV. November 1st, 2018 they celebrated their 25th anniversary in Maui, Hawaii. Together they have two daughters Stephanie Brooke Eddleman and Kaylee Nicole Eddleman.

For 22 years he was an Operations Manager at Metalwest. When not at work he preferred to be at home with his family watching sports especially football or being at the deer lease in Madisonville. He loved deer hunting with friends and worked with Hunt for the Future where he and a group of friends spent time with children from the local children's home by taking them hunting and fishing.

He enjoyed listening to the music of George Strait and watching all John Wayne and Clint Eastwood movies. His favorite movie was Man on Fire.

Todd was a good-hearted person who loved helping others. He could be stern when the occasion arose, but took pride in being fair. Most saw him as warm and easy to talk to. Many people looked up to him and followed the example he set with his actions. His loved ones will remember him for his unconditional love, strength, sincerity, wisdom, dependability and his sense of humor.

Todd is survived by his wife Kimberly Kay Eddleman of Frisco, TX; his two daughters Stephanie Brooke, Eddleman and Kaylee Nicole Eddleman; his father Stephen Dale Eddleman and Step mother Janie Lou Eddleman of Seymour, TX; his mother Martha Jean Eddleman of New Castle, TX, his sister Allison Beth Eddleman of New Castle, TX


  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, December 4, 2018
  • Reception Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Stephen Todd Eddleman

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Kim Eddleman

December 5, 2018

I love you
I love you more
How much more
More than anything in the whole wide world
More than yesterday
More everyday

Marqumia Eddleman

December 5, 2018

DamTodd I was so happy to have my Toad back in my life. I am just thankful for the memories from the last 3 years. You did good Toad with that beautiful wife. And what a amazing father you became. I remember how excited you would be when Nanny would tell you that me and Parthenia and Eugenia were on are way. And the first thing you would say was "Its about time I have been waiting all day." And you had a sack with a change if clothes so you wouldnt have to leave (even tho you lived one block away) those were some good memories at Nannys. And when it came time for us to leave we would all cry an beg Mother to just let us stay. I am going to miss you something terrible Toad. Love you and I will see you when it's my turn.

Chylene Burba

December 1, 2018

Our deepest sympathy to the family
Although i had not seen Todd since he was in high school i will always cherish the memories i have of him. As a young boy he adored and loved his little sister Allison (Sissy).
RIP Todd! Gone but never forgotten. Soar with the Angels!
Prayers Steve, Martha Jean and Allison!

Jeff Dooley

December 1, 2018

My heart is heavy with the loss of my cousin Todd Eddleman, however my memories of him bring joy. From the days of our childhood at Nanny Bid's, running the streets of Newcastle and playing football in the yard to recent times at our family reunions and at the lake. Family was very important to Todd and I am so thankful that he took the initiative to get our Family back together again. He was proud of who he was and where he came from and even though the city surrounded him, he was still an Eddleman country boy through and through. It was easy to see that he was sure proud of his daughters and their many accomplishments and so in Love and thankful for Kim, his loving wife. He was a Son to be proud of and a blessing to so many of us.

Connis and Linda Daws

December 1, 2018

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you! We have such fond memories of Todd, especially the Thursday night dinners for the Olney Cub football team. What fun we had cooking for and spending time with those sweet young men and Todd was one of the sweetest! He was always smiling! We pray your wonderful memories will be a source of comfort in the days ahead. Praying God’s strength, peace and comfort for all of you.

David Carter

December 1, 2018

My heart is heavy with the news of Todd passing. My deepest condolences. God be with you and send His angels to comfort you all in this time of loss. May His peace and love that is beyond measure and all understanding surround you.