On Saturday May 6, 2017, Todd Krassman, 55, of Morden, MB went to his eternal rest. Todd was born on May 8th, 1961 in Regina, Saskatchewan to Vic and Myrna Krassman. He spent most of his childhood with his Brother, Mike and Sisters, Shelley and Tracy in Indian Head, Saskatchewan until the family moved to Morden, Manitoba in 1972. Morden would become his treasured home, although, much to the dismay of his new found Manitoba friends, he remained a devout Saskatchewan Roughrider Fan for his entire life. In 1989, Todd married the love of his life, Pam Brunn. Todd and Pam lived a short time in Killarney where they made many life long friends, but returned to their true home in Morden after a few years. Todd lived life to the maximum. He never did anything “half way”. After he suffered a tragic work place accident as a young diesel mechanic, he immediately moved on to Agricultural parts, then to car sales. Anyone who knew Todd knows, when you were in his presence, you were his priority. It made him an incredible salesman but more importantly, it made him an extraordinary human being and a devoted Friend. In spite of having lived more than half his short life in chronic pain, he played hockey, he golfed, and he coached young hockey players and contributed enormously to everyone who had the good fortune to have known him. Hockey and golf were his passions, but people were always his priority. Todd leaves to mourn his passing his beloved Wife, Pam, his amazing Mother, Myrna, Father, Vic (deceased), Sisters, Shelley and Tracy (Mark), Brother, Mike, Father and Mother in law, Ron and Marianne, Brother and Sister in law, Dion and Edith, Sister and Brother in law, Tania and Todd, Nieces and Nephews, Aislyn, Colten, Aiden, Trevor (Chantel), Kevin, Aaron ,Cameron, Tayah, Carter and Zenith. Todd has left us but we all know what he wants his tombstone to say, that is, Paid In Full! Funeral service at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday May 10, 2017 at the Access Event Centre in Morden with interment at Hillside Cemetery. Donations in Todd’s memory may be made to Canadian Blood Services. The family would like to offer their deep appreciation for all the visits, gifts of food, offers of condolences, and thoughts and prayers. Special thanks to the EMT, Police and Wiebe Funeral Home for their care and compassion during this very difficult time. We would also like to express our gratitude to Tom Baker and Gerald Dyck for officiating and their guidance in planning this celebration to honor Todd.