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Obituary for Todd Michael Farley

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Todd Michael Farley

May 31, 1965 - January 5, 2011

Sunset – Todd Michael Farley, 45, died on Wednesday, January 5 at his home in Sunset, after a long battle with a terminal illness.He was born on May 31, 1965 in Ogden, a son of William Robert Farley Jr. & Calleen Denney Nalder. He has one child Remington and a 5 year old grandson Aidan. He graduated from Weber High School in 1983. He joined the Army and served 21 years including serving in the Gulf War, retired Special Forces SFGA. Obtained many awards, ribbons and metals during his time served. Survived by his child, Remington Sloan Farley of Boise, ID; and grandson Aidan Charles Farley.Also Surviving are 3 brothers, Corey (Donnamarie) Farley of Clearfield; Colt (Michelle) Farley of Sunset; Cody (Tiffany) Nalder of Ogden: 3 sisters, Brandy (Bryce) Saunders, Dina (Chad) Nay, and Niki Farley, and his stepmother Sue Farley, all of Utah.Preceded in death by his parents; father, William Robert Farley Jr. and mother, Calleen Denney Nalder and step-father Dennis H. Nalder.Family will meet friends at Leavitt’s Mortuary in Ogden, 836 – 36 Street on Monday, January 10 from 4-6 PM. Followed by service for Military Honors.Online condolences may be sent to the family at


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Date: Monday, January 10, 2011

Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Leavitts Mortuary


836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT, 84403


Timeline for Todd Michael Farley

Born: May 31, 1965
Died: January 5, 2011

Condolences for Todd Michael Farley

Robin posted on 1/19/11

My Prayers are with you as you go through this time of sorrow may God be with you Farley Family


Amanda Hall posted on 1/19/11

My thoughts and prayers are with you Farley family!!!! He will be missed but never forgotten!!!!


Tish Tubbergen posted on 1/10/11

I went to school with Todd. I heard he passed away. My thoughts are with his family.


Susan Greenwell Molenaar posted on 1/10/11

I want to thank Todd for his service in the Army. I remember seeing him around Weber and thought him to be a very nice man.


LINDA FIORE posted on 1/9/11

sorry to hear about todds passing


Pat Carleson posted on 1/9/11

I will always remember the happy Todd who fed apples to wild camels in the dessert. he He was a happy go lucky soul and I thought the world of him. He will leave an empty space for his friends that will be hard to fill, if that's at all possible.