March 17, 1951 – February 17, 2021
Todd L. Ringle, age 69, passed away February 17, 2021. He was born on March 17, 1951 to Leo L. and Abbie L. Ringle in Independence, Kansas. After being born in Independence, his family moved to Wichita, Kansas. During Todd's teen years, his family moved to Seattle for a little while before moving to St. Louis. After a brief stay in St. Louis, the family decided they'd return to Wichita to stay. Todd had a long career at Boeing, followed by several other business ventures. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Carla Benoit. Todd leaves behind his granddaughters, Lennon and Jetlyn; children, Jenna Ringle and Evan (Dominique) Ringle; brother, Terry (Tonya) Ringle; numerous nieces, nephews; and several meaningful relationships from the most dedicated friends to cherish his memory . A Celebration of Life Gathering will be available from 1:00PM to 5:00PM, Saturday, February 27, 2021, at 11417 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kansas 67209.
Celebration of Life Gathering
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February 21, 2021
Todd, you leave a huge void in the hearts of our children Evan and Jenna and our sweet granddaughers. Know that I am here for them and we are sharing many good memories with tears and laughters.
February 20, 2021
Rest in Peace Brother Todd ... I was with him in Change Board at Boeing Wichita Commercial Strut & Nacelle Division. We shared a lot of good laughs together and talked about cars numerous times. I remember him bringing over his beautiful tubbed blue Camaro with the chromed out blower sticking up out of the engine bay! Man that was quite a ride he gave me. Well Todd, I hope you have a ride that you are experiencing now out of God's coral of hot rods. I'll join you one of these times and we can line 'em up ....
February 19, 2021
Todd and I were good friends for over 30 years.
We were both Boeing employees and actually met in the gym – The Wichita Health Club - for those old enough to remember, back in the late 80’s. He was starting to get interested in competitive power lifting and I quickly learned that if Todd got interested in something he was all-in, 100%. I accompanied him a number of times to various power lifting meets and he did quite well in his age/weight class.
As a matter of fact, we texted back and forth just this past Sunday regarding my going to the gym that day and his response that he should get out and meet me there.
He had many hobbies during our friendship including muscle cars, motorcycles, hunting, and rifle /handgun shooting sports among others. All of which he pursued with his, not insignificant, passion.
Todd developed a number of physical issues that plagued him through the years but not once, ever, did I hear him complain or feel sorry for himself. He took the bad with the good. We often joked about our various infirmities as we grew older.
He taught me to not take myself too seriously.
We had many, many good times that I will look back on with fond memories.
He was my friend.
I’ll miss him greatly.
Patty & Scott Peterson
February 18, 2021
Thank you for the laughs and good times when we worked at IFM.
at all the Cunningham gatherings. We had such a great group! You left us too soon! Thank you for your friendship. We weren't friends, we were family. Here attached is a picture of you and our Baby Girl Bella. You sure loved kids. Uncle Todd.. I will keep you close to our hearts and in our memory. You had a heart of gold in my eyes always. Thank you for keeping in touch and leaving me voice messages. Scott and i love you so much! This one hurts.. I will miss you calling me Honey, No one else does. In heaven you are now with Brian C.
My sincere and deepest condolences to your daughter and son, grandchildren and family.
Patty & Scott Peterson
February 17, 2021
So sorry for your loss, I have such fond memories to remember of him and his wonderful and loving family