Michael Todd Fletcher age 43 of Salyersville, Kentucky passed Saturday, May 22, 2021 at the Kendrick Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. He was born in Pikeville, Kentucky on July 27, 1977, to Mike and Mandy Howard Fletcher. He was a graduate of Magoffin County High School’s class of 1995 in Salyersville, Kentucky. During his high school years, Todd was known as “the goat man” for his passion of goats. Later, he worked as a carpenter and millwright and was know as a “jack of all trades” by being able to work and accomplish almost any task with his hands.
Growing up, he was always into something and loved picking on his younger brothers. As most young boys do, he would cause trouble and blame it on Matt pr William, while secretly smiling inside when he got into trouble. Todd could talk to anyone, and usually has a big story to tell anyone that would listen. He was caring, funny, and always willing to give the shirt off his back to help someone in need. His greatest love was his children. He would talk about them often, even if he were not near them. He was strict, yet he sometimes turned his head to their mischief with a smile on his face.
Todd is survived by his parents, Mike and Mandy Fletcher of Salyersville, Kentucky, five children, Lakyn Fletcher and her mother Glenna McIntosh of of Jackson, Kentucky, Xavier Fletcher, Zoey Fletcher, Alexander Fletcher, and Emily Fletcher all of Salyersville, Kentucky, two step-children, Dillion and Hunter Robinson all of Cannel City, Kentucky, two brothers, Matthew (Heather Preston) Fletcher of Louisa, Kentucky, and William “Bird” (Shawna) Fletcher of Salyersville, Kentucky, one sister, Katie Harr of Jackson, Michigan, three nieces, Lauren Harper, Kristen Fletcher, and Ava Fletcher of Salyersville, Kentucky, one niece and two nephews, Micheala Harr, Jakob Harr, and Lukas Ankney of Jackson, Michigan, a very dear friend, Herman Patrick of Salyersville, Kentucky, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who will greatly miss him.
Todd is preceded in death by his long-time par enter Kala Robinson, paternal grandparents, Lonnie and Billie Fletcher, and maternal grandparents John G. and Myrtle Howard.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday, May 29, 2021 form the Magoffin County Funeral Home Chapel.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Magoffin County Funeral Home.