Todd C. Posey


Todd C. Posey
Todd C. Posey

Todd C. Posey, 60, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on November 10, 2023 after a courageous battle against colon/liver cancer.

Memorial services will be at 11:00 A.M., Thursday, November 16, 2023, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Todd was born in Amarillo, Texas on March 2, 1963, to Virginia and Carroll Posey. He graduated from Amarillo High School in 1981 and went to the San Diego Golf Academy. He was a golf pro in Midland and Amarillo. Todd owned a golf course on the old air base, Amarillo Public Golf Course. He later attended the South Plains Police Academy.

Todd worked for Amarillo College Police Department, Autco Tire Pros, and later Brown Subaru as a service writer.

Todd married Krista Maxwell in Amarillo, Texas at Paramount Terrace Christian Church on April 28, 2001.

Todd was a family man who loved following his children and watching all of their activities, especially tennis. He was passionate about the Randall Raider Tennis Team. He was always willing to help people and was there for everyone around him. He was also Mr. Fix It and could fix just about anything. Todd loved his animals. Although it was never his choice to bring home the animal, once it found its way into their house, it ended up in his lap.

He was preceded in death by his father, Carroll Posey; mother, Virginia Posey; and uncles, Fletcher Smith, and Lindley Smith.

Survivors include his wife, Krista Posey, of Amarillo, Texas; son, Logan Posey, of Amarillo, Texas; daughter, Landrey Posey, of Amarillo, Texas; aunt, Charlotte Smith, of Amarillo, Texas; uncles, Bob Posey and his wife Norma, of Amarillo, Texas, and Lee Brown and wife Norma, of Austin, Texas; sisters, April Neeley and husband Bob, of Amarillo, Texas, Eve Gerber and husband Sid, of Levelland, Texas; in-laws, Darrel and Joan Maxwell, of Amarillo, Texas, Kevin and Jill Maxwell, of Amarillo, Texas, Marisa and Cary Younger, of Amarillo, Texas; Brian and Autumn Maxwell, of Cave Springs, Arkansas, Mark and Judy Maxwell, Canyon, Texas; cousin, Sally Horton and husband Gil, of Amarillo, Texas; and Many nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank the staff at the Harrington Cancer Center, BSA Hospice of the Southwest, and MD Anderson the Woodlands Campus for the care and compassion Todd received.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in Todd’s name to the Harrington Cancer Center, Attention Administration, 1751 Wallace Blvd., Amarillo, TX 79106; BSA Hospice of the Southwest, 5211 SW 9th Suite 100, Amarillo, Texas 79106; and MD Anderson the Woodlands, P.O. Box 4486, Houston, TX 77210-4486.

9 Replies to “Todd C. Posey”

  1. I am still saddened by the news. I’m so sorry April and Eve for the loss of your brother. He was a great big brother for me for several years as well. So many great memories. Loved riding in his black mustang; how excited and optimistic he was about the base golf course then the police academy. He was a great man. I’m sorry to have never met Krista or any of their children. We’re all better for have known Todd. I’m also glad your mom and dad spelled his name right!

  2. A fine young man gone way too soon. Please accept my deepest condolences.
    Don E. Williams
    AHS teacher/coach, retired

  3. Krista, Logan, and Landrey,
    We are so sorry and are holding you all in our prayers. May you find consolation and strength in the loving hands of Jesus.

    I will remember getting acquainted with Todd at the tennis courts, as we watched our kids play. And the time we met up for a tasty breakfast at Youngbloods! He always seemed to have a calm spirit about him, and even when he wasn’t feeling the best he would find strength to come out and watch Landrey and others play tennis. Great man, and we will certainly miss him! Rest easy my friend.

  4. I am so sad to hear about Todd’s passing. I lived out at the air base when I was in college and he was such a good friend and looked out for me. He was such a good person. Prayers for his family and friends! Gone way too young🙏🙏

  5. So sad to read this. Todd and I met when I move across the street from him on Moberly at the base. He came across the street and helped me move in. I would help at the golf course mowing, watering and picking up golf balls. Was a super neighbor and friend. RIP brother.

  6. Todd and his beautiful sister April were in my orchestra at Paramount Terrace. I was a new teacher and immediately fell in love with the entire family. Todd always had a smile and loved life. I was honored to know him and April .

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