Country music legend Ronnie Milsap’s son Todd found dead in Nashville
Todd Milsap, the son of Country Music Hall of Fame artist Ronnie Milsap, was found dead Saturday at Four Corners Marina in Antioch, according to police.
Todd Milsap was 49.
He was found dead on his houseboat at Four Corners Marina by his son, who had not heard from his father in two days, according to police.
The death appears to be medically related, according to the Nashville Police Department.
Left-to-right: Joyce Milsap, Ronnie Milsap and Todd Milsap. (Photo11: Submitted)
Emergency crews responded to a medical issue Saturday morning at Four Corners Marina at La Vergne Couchville Pike, Nashville Fire Department spokesman Joseph Pleasant said.
Todd Milsap was raised in Nashville and attended Franklin Road Academy and Hillsboro High School, according to a statement from his father. Todd Milsap worked behind the scenes on his father’s tours, videos and other recording projects.
He is also survived by his mother Joyce Milsap.
“Our son Todd was a force of joy, life, creativity and giving from the moment he was born,” said Ronnie Milsap, a six-time Grammy winner. “He made such a mark on our world in his years on this planet, everyone who met him was richer for it. It is too soon to even understand this loss, and I hope it’s something no one has to bear. Please keep his three children, their mothers and Joyce and I in your prayers at such a fragile time.”
Woodlawn Funeral Home on Thompson Lane will handle the funeral arrangements with details to be announced.
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