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    Todd Robertson, 1960~2019

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    Todd Ralph Robertson died suddenly on March 5, 2019. Todd was born Sept. 12, 1960 in Provo, Utah to Ronald and Joyce Robertson. He was the fourth of five children. When he was 8 years old the family moved to Moab.

    In 1974 he met Kelly Lee Lammert, who became the love of his life and on July 20, 1979 they were married and have been sweethearts ever since. From their love two daughters, Shylo Shantae and Tabitha Lee, were born.

    Todd worked in the mining industry and on a drill rig in his early career. He also owned his own business doing construction and excavating. But for the majority of his life he was a truck driver. He enjoyed seeing much of the country behind his big rig. Recently, he retired from ABF, where he worked and received many awards for his 17 years of service.

    Todd loved being a dad and a papa more than anything else in life. His family was his whole world. He also had a passion for muscle cars, fishing, camping, riding four-wheelers, Steelers football, music trivia and debating politics.

    He loved being a mentor to anyone who needed him, in any situation. He had insurmountable knowledge about everything, and he loved to share with you to guide you in your challenges.

    He is survived by his loving wife, Kelly Robertson; his daughters, Shylo Robertson (Travis Gwinn) and Tabitha (Jeremy) Mecham; grandchildren Kayden-Todd and Dayton Robertson, MacKenna York, Ayden and Graham Mecham; his parents Ron and Joyce; and his siblings, Cindy (Corky) Brewer and Travis (Raye Lyne) Robertson and many cherished nieces, nephews and friends.

    His brothers, Morgan and Kim Robertson, preceded him in death.

    Services were held Saturday, March 9, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints stake center.

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