Leandra Kay Todd


Leandra Kay (Griffin) Todd, 54, of Ladoga, passed away after a long struggle with cancer on September 8, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. She was born on February 14, 1964 in Indianapolis to the late Chester V. Griffin and Lillie R. (Gray) Griffin. She married Keith Todd in Ladoga, Indiana. He preceded her in death.

Leandra was a graduate of Southmont High School. She was a member of the Legion, Moose, Eagels and VFW. She enjoyed golfing, fishing, watching football and baseball.

She is survived by three brothers: Harold Griffin, of Ladoga, Jeffery Giffin, of Crawfordsville, Chester Griffin, of Springhill, TN, two sisters; Carolyn Carpenter, of Roachdale, Donna Pitman, of Ladoga; four stepsons: Brett, Brad, Bruce, and Bryan Todd, of Ladoga, seven grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and partner, Don Ramsay.

Leandra was preceded in death by her husband, Keith Todd, father and mother, Chester and Lillie Griffin, three brothers; Darrell, Dale, and Billy Griffin, and one sister, Martha Gray.

Funeral service will be at 10:00 AM, on Thursday, September 13, 2018 at Servies & Morgan Funeral Home, 203 N. Washington Street, Ladoga, IN 47954, with Pastor Tony Roe officiating.  Burial will follow in Ladoga Cemetery.  Friends may visit with the family from 3:00 to 7:00 PM at the funeral home on Wednesday, September 12, 2018.

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8 thoughts on “Leandra Kay Todd

  • Florence Northcutt

    My condolences to Lee’s family, she was a strong young lady, and fought a great fight, she was beautiful inside and out, I will certainly miss her. Prayers for all the family.

  • Mary Huebner

    Dear Griffin and Todd Families,
    I was so very sorry to read of Lee’s passing. She was a student of mine at Ladoga Elementary and I will always remember her having great spirit, fun personality and a joy to be with. Chester, I had a chance to stay in touch with Lee through you when you were still in Lagoga. Thank you for this and again, I am sorry.
    Sincerely,
    Mary Huebner

  • Rosalind Neal

    I am really sadden by the loss of Leeann. I will always remember her as a spunky person. I remember there family moving into Ladoga and if I remember right more of them than our family. Leeann was always easy to get along with. We were in sport’s together. Back then we were both tonboys. I will hang on to the good memories. I will pray for the family and there loss. I know to well how it hurts to lose a sibling. May God be with u through this.

  • Gemma Wilson

    Lee was a wonderful

    LEE WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON AND VERY EASY TO KNOW AND LOVE.EVERY TIME I POUR A CAPTAIN AND COKE OR SEE SOMEONE PLAY SHIP, CAPTAIN, CREW I WILL THINK OF LEE.TO HER FAMILY, MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU.I KNOW WHAT A CLOSE FAMILY YOU ARE AND WHAT YOU DID FOR LEE TO MAKE HER LAST MONTHS AS EASY AS POSSIBLY FOR HER.SHE WILL AS BE REMEMBERED.

  • Joyce Gray-Lewis

    Lee always smiled and was thoughtful of everyone. She loved to enjoy life, whether she was watching a game, dancing to the juke box or just shooting rubber bands. She will be missed, but will always be alive in my memories. RIP my friend the struggle and pain is done.

    Be still and know that I am God….. Psalm 46:10

  • Diana Binford

    Our deepest condolences to her family:
    She was part of our golf family, on my invitational team for years and a dear friend. We will miss her!!
    Peanut and Diana Binford

  • Peggy Snow

    God bless and keep those who must stay behind…for now. Remember the promise God gave to Uncle Chester & Aunt Lillie, she is in your future. The love ya’ll (brothers & sisters) share is enviable and to be admired; the support you all gave and will continue to give to each other is what we all would hope for. Love, Peggy