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In Remembrance: Todd P. Scarce

Joanne Steller | December 18, 2013 12:09 PM

Todd P. Scarce, Senior Consultant for TRG Arts 

Todd P. Scarce

July 22, 1949 – December 14, 2013
Senior Consultant for TRG Arts 

UPDATE: January 7, 2014 1:30 PM

There will be fond memories, fresh tulips and heartfelt appreciation when TRG staff members gather with family and friends on Saturday, Jan. 11th in Eaton, Ohio to celebrate the life of our beloved colleague Todd Scarce. Memorial details are available here.  You may add a personal note of remembrance or condolence in a comment below.

Original Post:

Our beloved colleague, Todd Scarce, died surrounded by family members on December 14th after a month-long battle with a rare and aggressive form of cancer. As the third staff member of TRG nearly two decades ago, Todd has contributed to counsel for virtually every one of our clients in the U.S. and Canada. He leaves our firm with a legacy of cherished thought partnership and luminous insights combined with constant sense of humor and acts of kindness toward all who worked with him.

TRG President & CEO Jill Robinson visited Todd in Ohio three days before his death and reflected "Todd loved TRG and our work and talked specifically about the delight in being involved in big and little discoveries and successes along the way. TRG’s team and our clients were part of Todd’s family, and he asked me repeatedly to ensure we all knew this. We’ll miss ‘our Todd’ and know that we’re so much smarter, better and more fun-loving for having known him.”

Todd’s family has asked TRG to help stage a memorial celebration of his life in Ohio early in the New Year. Details will be made available here as soon as they become known. Meanwhile, if you wish to express your condolences to Todd’s family and colleagues, please do so in a comment below.







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