"Threads of Love" Donor Memorial Quilt: Quilt 14
Todd W. Titus Sr.
March 13, 1963- September 23, 2006
Todd Titus was many things to many people. To us, he was a husband and a father. This patch represents the most important people, places, and things that impacted his life. The denim background was taken from his shirt. It was a flannel backing because he was always cold. The heart in the middle with road signs and symbols represent his occupation as an Equipment Operator with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. In the middle of the heart, we placed his picture so that the world will never forget that he was here for a reason. There are several symbols on the patch. The basketball represents his oldest son, Todd, Jr. The gun represents his second son, Tyler. The volleyball represents his precious daughter, Taylor. The fishing pole and net symbolize his love of the sport. If anybody remembers Todd, Sr. for his utmost purpose in this life, it should be that he was a fantastic father. His children meant the world to him. The chill of his death still remains; however, the organ donor society allowed him to keep living in others. Todd Titus always knew how to live. We are grateful that part of him has allowed others to live. He will forever remain in our hearts.
Sadly missed by:
Children, Todd, Jr. Tyler and Taylor