Todd Douglass Kemp
March 31, 1962  -  April 9, 2019

Todd Douglass Kemp

I am Todd Kemp. Unfortunately, I just heard the news that I passed away on April 9th, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada at 57 years old. Young, I know. Just wait until you see how many grandchildren I have and you will understand I accomplished a lot in my life.
I was born a bouncing baby boy in Pottstown, Pennsylvania to Maryanne Mauger and Kermit Kemp on March 31st 1962.
After I was attacked by a bat in Pennsylvania, I decided that was enough of that, packed my bags and moved to Las Vegas, NV in 1974. In the good ol’ days I was one heck of a bowler, even achieving a perfect 300 score. I worked for AAA for 19 years where I am sure they would also say I achieved perfection. Above all that, the most perfect thing in my life are my daughters Savannah and Sheri Anne. What made me the happiest in life was spending time camping, shooting, riding my motorcycle and laughing with my family. Perhaps most important to me, was educating those around me about the dangers of holding in your flatulence and teaching the proper technique of exposing dried nasal mucus. In all seriousness, my family would say I had the biggest heart and would literally take the clothes off my hot bod to help a stranger.
I just joined my parents and sister, Kottie Kemp, on the other side.
I am survived by my Daughters Savannah Del Valle (husband Eddie Delvalle) and Sheri Anne Bailes (husband Bryon Bailes). My sisters Crystal Belanger and Robin David Ortiz. My Awesome Grandchildren, Scott, Ashton, Aye Jay, Hailey, Steven, Joey, Matt, Chris, Kacey, Ethan and Great Grandchild baby Greyson. Further Survived by my rad Niece and Nephews. As well as my 3 Amigos & best friends Tony, Conrad and Randy. Until we meet again, keep smiling, keep laughing and keep loving...Later!


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  1. Tony Priest
    Las Vegss, NV

    Love you Todd, you left us too soon and will be missed every day., Until we meet again... later dude.

  2. Amy Del Valle
    Richmond, VA

    Todd and I knew each other from our teen years to present and he will truly be missed we had quite a few good memories. RIP. Amy

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