Todd Anderson Canary

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Todd Anderson Canary

December 11, 1964 - March 30, 2017

Todd Anderson Canary, passed away on March 30, 2017 due to cornary insufficient heart disease.
Funeral services will be held at Riverlife Church of God, 910 South Santa Fe, Moore, OK on Saturday, April 8 @ 3pm. Graveside services will be following at Moore Cemetery (4th street) and there will be dinner following at Riverlife Church of God. Todd was loved by his family and many dear friends. (His nickname was TC). His Viewing will be Friday, April 7 from 2-9pm at Absolute Economical Funeral, 7721 NW 10th, OKC.
Todd loved to play chess and he was quite accomplished in playing chess and won trophies and taught students how to play. He was highly intelligent and loved linguistics. He enjoyed reading the dictionary for fun. He studied Hebrew at the University of Oklahoma. He enjoyed learning and teaching Hebrew from a Biblical Perspective. He loved to read the bible and literally spent thousands of hours reading and learning the scriptures. Todd loved Yeshua (Jesus) and had a personal relationship with the Lord. He loved the sport of Tennis, he played the drums and took guitar lessons. His faith was Messianic-Jewish and he had dreams of living in Israel. He was passionate about reading and learning and had many dreams which included becoming an author.
Todd was preceded in death by his father, Elmer Anderson Canary.
Todd is survived by his mother, Dollie Canary; three younger siblings: Arlin Canary, Amber Canary and Natalie Canary; and many relatives - aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; and many dear friends.
Our hearts are deeply saddened by his sudden (untimely) passing and we will miss him greatly.
Todd, you were my brother, my friend and my teacher and I will always miss you and I will cherish the fond memories that we shared and I will forever hold you close to my heart! I love you!
Published on April 5, 2017
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