Jami Dee Todd 1964 – 2024

Written by Estero Bay News

February 1, 2024

Jami Dee Todd was born Oct. 11, 1964, and left our presence Jan. 13, 2024

Jami worshiped the ocean, cold and foggy weather, and little ugly dogs.

She surrounded herself with mermaids, animals, ocean creatures and boat memorabilia. She loved anything colored deep, cobalt blue, and only wore yellow-gold jewelry.

She refused to take showers… only bubble baths. She smoked like a train, and cursed like a sailor, but was as fragile as a flower. She always had your back; and could not pass a homeless person without giving them spare change.

She always looked and smelled good, and loved to drive fast. She loved loud rock ‘n’ roll — Led Zeppelin, Van Halen (Roth not Sammy).  She worked as a veterinary tech in Yuma, Ariz., and Morro Bay and was a docent for Friends of the Elephant Seals.

Jami is survived by her husband of 28 years Bill Todd, daughter Chasi, son Michael and all her little animals. She will be sincerely missed by everyone who graced her presence. 

A celebration of life is scheduled for noon on Saturday, April 13 at the Eagles Club in Morro Bay. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in her name to the Friends of the Elephant seals.

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