Angus Todd

Angus W Todd

12-17-1942 - 05-08-2020
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Angus W. Todd, 77, of Ridgefield, passed away Friday May 8, 2020. Angus was a lifelong resident of Ridgefield born to Angus and Adele (nee Allmers) Todd in 1942.

Angus was a man of many talents with a wide range of experiences both domestic and abroad. He owned and operated The Toddle Inn in Ridgefield for over 20 years. He also served as a Councilman in Ridgefield, (2006-2015) and he was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church.
Angus attended night school and proudly achieved his BA Degree. He then served in the Peace Corps. Angus spent some time as a Steward for TWA Airlines earning the Silver Wings of TWA. He taught English as a second language at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Angus will be missed by his loving cousins, Pat Olmsted, Jane Zimmerman, Nancy McAuley, Laurie Stumboli and many wonderful close friends.

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A Memorial Service will be announced a later date.
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bill campion

Posted at 11:29am
It is only today that I learned that my old friend Angus has passed. I now live in Florida, but I did get together with him last Christmas time when I visited NJ. I am so surprised at his passing because he was always so healthy and full of vigor. It was always hard to keep up with him on the long walks (miles) he often took along railroad tracks and in the Meadowlands along dirt roads, enjoying nature and wildlife of which he was so fond. But he was also very fond of feeding the squirrels and birds right around his home, the Toddle Inn. When he opened the door, they came for the peanuts, even eating from his hand.
Angus loved people and he opened his doors to them. There was a special bond between he and the Mohawks, a bond that went back as far as his parents, and when Mohawk steelworkers came down from upstate NY to work on the skyscrapers of NYC, they knew they had a home away from home at the Toddle Inn.
Angus had a passion for travel that began with the Peace Corp where he was assigned to the Middle East, I think he said to Libya first. He had a collection of ancient coins he discovered while wandering the deserts surrounding ancient capitals. He especially loved Cairo and traveled there once or twice a year for decades and had friends there.
But most of all, Angus loved his hometown where he spent his life. Whenever he went anywhere in town so many people would greet him with a smile and stop to chat. He successfully ran to be a councilman in Ridgefield so that he could defend open space, especially the Nature Trail and Community Garden, and preserve the quality of life and character of the town for residents.
He was a good, reliable man of his word, with an easy laugh and a helping hand for all. He lives on in the lives of all the people he touched and will be sorely missed.
Bill Campion

Abel Hassan

Posted at 01:11pm
Abel Hassan
It is with great sadness that I learned the news of his passing away on May 8. I met Angus in 1999 as both of us were working at Fairleigh Dickinson University. We very quickly became friends and started to travel and spend some time together. He and I visited my mother in Southern France, and I will never forget our tours on scooters. It was a real adventure! Of course, Angus was always lucky, and less than a hour at the Casino earned us enough money to enjoy a great dinner that same day. Angus joined my wedding party in 2008 and was great company. Every year, Angus would never fail to send us a Christmas card mailed from the United Nations. It was his trademark. We will miss you, Angus!

Joelle Graham

Posted at 09:41pm
Angus and I had just spoke on April 25, 2020 to check in and catch up as we do from time to time. Angus and I worked together for many years at ELS Language Centers on the Fairleigh Dickinson University Metropolitan campus in TEaneck, NJ. He was well loved and respected by the International students that he taught and chaperoned student activities. Angus, myself and another former teacher would have our annual Christmas Thai dinners of which he always insisted on paying. But he so looked forward to us bringing him his baked Greek cookies or my brownies of which he so appreciated. I will truly miss my friend Angus. Sleep in Peace My Friend. I miss you already, Joelle

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