Todd Christensen

todd christensen
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Todd Allan Christensen, 58, of Fargo, ND passed away peacefully on April 25, 2022 in Fargo, ND. Todd was born July 3rd, 1963 in Moorhead, MN to Janice Woodside (Olson) and Wallace Christensen. He spent his childhood years between North Dakota and California, then completed his high school career in 1981 at Eagletown High in Eagletown, Oklahoma. Todd married the love of his life, Candous, on January 6th, 2000 where they spent the last 29 years together in the Fargo/Moorhead area. Todd worked at Case New Holland for 20 years as a manufacturer associate where he met some of his greatest friends. Since Case, he had worked various jobs, most recently maintenance jobs with local rental agencies. Todd was a member of Grace Lutheran Church. He enjoyed ice fishing, hunting, riding motorcycle, bowling, horseshoes, and spending his free time with his grandchildren, family, & friends and being out at the lake. He is survived by his wife Candous Christensen; his children Cortney Hamdan, Chris (Bre) Hamdan, and Cody Hamdan; his grandchildren Kyler, Kinzlie, and Kamdyn; his bonus grandchildren Kyan, Aubrianna, Cain, and Easton; his father Wallace (Carol) Christensen; his brothers Wally (Evy) Christensen, Jack Christensen, Dennis Christensen, Jeff Christensen, Keith Haas, Kevin Haas, Korey Christensen, and Tony Christensen; Uncles: Larry (Michele) Olson, Terry Olson, & Ricky Olson, Leila(Tom) Low, and several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He was preceded in death by his mother: Jan Woodside, Aunts & Uncle: Bonnie (Randy) Knutson, Kathy Rao, Dee Olson, Violet Hager, Earnie Betts, and all his grandparents.

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  1. Cortney, Candous, and Family –

    I am so sorry for your loss. I remember anytime that Todd would come by school at Roosevelt to visit, Cortney would light up the room with pride. I remember always thinking how special that relationship was.

    I wish you peace throughout the grief and for lighter days as you move with these emotions.


  2. Candous & family,

    There are no words to say that can fully capture the depth of what you’re feeling but please know that you are in my thoughts. I wish you strength and peace in the days ahead.

  3. So sorry for your loss. Todd was a coworker, but first a great working buddy. 20 years together at Case leave a lot of good memories.
    Rest In Peace buddy.

  4. Candous and Family,

    We are so very sorry for your loss, Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. May god shine his light upon you during your time of sorrow. Sending you love and hugs.

  5. my big brother! you are going to be missed, and loved by so many people, I know in my heart from our conversations with your children meant to you and your grand baby’s, nothing in this world put a smile that beautiful on your face, you had some fall outs in your life but nothing will ever keep me from the beautiful memory’s we had as our childhood and adulthood, love to you to peaces brother, don’t know the reason I can’t be at the funeral nobody will tell me, I promise to be strong and fallow your footsteps and continue to teach your grandson the ways of sports and how to be a man. my blessing to you big brother. Love Jack

  6. Candy and family, I am so sorry to hear about Todd.🥺😩 He was a great guy. Sometimes life just doesn’t seem to make sense does it? I miss you guys. It’s hard at times like this to find the right things to say but if you need anything I’ll do what I can to help plus I’ve got two halfway decent ears and 2 good shoulders if you ever want to talk. 😊 I love and miss you. Dawn

  7. I’m so sorry! I have so many wonderful memories of us all together at the lake, bingo & all the things we did. I always loved that Todd called me his sister. Keith thought of Todd as is actual brother. Only other man besides his blood related brothers he would tell ‘I love you.’ They are now reunited & I find peace with that. I would love to hear them laughing together again. You have my number, call anytime. I love you all.

  8. I called him Uncle Todd even tho he was my first cousin. He came to live with my Nana & Papa (who he also called Mom & Dad) in Eagletown, OK where he graduated high school. I was very close to him when I was a little girl and loved him very much. I hated to hear about his passing wanted to send my condolences to the family.
    Rest In Peace and love Uncle Todd
    Love you always,
    Jennifer Olson Watson

  9. Candous and all of Todd’s family, I Wished I could have been there with you. I am lost for words, but I am sending my deepest sympathy to you. God will help you get through this terrible time. I have told you this before but here it goes again, I really liked Todd and so sorry to hear he had all these demons. RIP Todd.

  10. I am so sorry for your loss. Todd and I worked side by side when he first started at Case and many thought we were actually brothers. The stories he would tell had us laughing so hard we thought we would pee our pants . I moved away twice from the Fargo area and when I moved back in 2016 I always thought I would meet up with Todd again unfortunately I waited too long . Todd you were a great friend and a joy to work with . I will miss you my friend. My deepest sympathy to your family.

  11. To the entire family I am very very sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of Todd and his wife and daughter Cortney. Sending you guys all my thoughts and prayers

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