Todd was born on October 21, 1966, to Karl and Jean (nee Andres) Schuler in Humboldt. He grew up on the family farm one-half mile west and one-half mile south of Middle Lake. Todd attended Middle Lake School. During those years, he excelled at all sports and was an all-around athlete. Following his graduation in 1985, he worked briefly at Hoffman Lumber. However, Todd found his true calling when he was em- ployed at Scharf’s Funeral Home in Humboldt in January 1987. In 1990, he attained his Saskatchewan Funeral Director status. He was the recipient of the President’s Award as the most outstanding graduate. As well, he achieved the highest average for technical proficiency. A move to Kamloops came in 1991, but it was short. Todd’s Saskatchewan roots, profession, and a girl named Tanya brought him back to Hum- boldt. Nineteen-ninety-two was a historic year for Todd and Brad Lefebvre, when on April 15, Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel opened its doors to Humboldt and area, fulfilling a dream of both to serve their community. On July 23, 1994, Todd married Tanya Prokosch. Their marriage was blessed with one daughter, Faith, on October 12, 1999. Todd’s entrepreneurial spirit led him in another venture with Lyle Haeusler, when they formed Humboldt Lake Resort in 2004. Todd’s determined spirit and his love of people made him successful in both business and life. Todd was a great man. He loved his family first and foremost; with his huge heart he had enough love that he shared with the rest of the world. His positive attitude and sense of humor allowed him to make the best of any situation and to face many adversities. In a room full of people, Todd was not a stranger for very long; he would talk to anyone about anything. It was never about him; he always put others first and would always share his smile, a joke, a coffee, a story, a fishing rod, and a hardy handshake or hug to brighten your day. Todd was the first to lend a helping hand. His deep faith was obvious by the way he lived his life – full of love, good morals, humility, kindness, generosity and gratitude. He taught by example and was an inspiration to all whose path he crossed.