Todd Alan Borgman, age 49 of Batesville died Thursday, June 18, 2020, at his home. Born February 1, 1971 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, he is the son of Kenneth and Rita Jordan Borgman. Todd graduated from Purdue University with an Associates in Applied Science. He worked as a Network Engineer at Margaret Mary Health for 8 years and Gecom Corporation for 15 years.Todd enjoyed spending time with his family. There were many family trips to Florida, Myrtle Beach, Gulf Shores, Hershey, Pennsylvania, French Lick and Gatlinburg. He spent time playing video games with his boys and watching Josh play baseball. Todd was a faithful fan of the San Francisco 49ers and he loved going to Canton, Ohio for the NFL Hall Fame induction ceremony many times with his brother in-law, Jamie. Todd was also a huge fan of music and loved his 80’s Rock and Metal. He also played guitar and played in a local band, Eddie’s Diplomat. Todd attended many concerts but enjoyed just listening to a good live, acoustic musician with a cold Coors Light too. He thoroughly enjoyed being a jokester and making people laugh, whether it was being a trickster, making funny faces, telling jokes, or a quick sarcastic remark. Todd was most proud of his two boys. They were the best thing that ever happened to him.Todd married Tammy Brattain on November 20, 1993 and she survives. Other survivors include two sons, Ryan and Joshua both of Batesville. His parents Kenneth and Rita Borgman, Osgood, sister Lisa (Jamie) Scripture, Batesville, father and mother in-law Danny (Robbie) Evans, Greensburg, brother in-law Robert (Angie) Evans, Cross Plains, sister in-law Jane (Randy) Hammons, Madison, nephews Dylan and Devin Scripture, Batesville, Sam Evans, Cross Plains, nieces Rylee Scripture, Batesville, Shelby Wood, Cross Plains. Todd is preceded in death by grandparents Troy and Ertha Jordan and Malcolm and Berdella Borgman.The family will be receiving friends from 12 – 2 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home on Thursday, June 25th. The family asks that you wear your favorite NFL jersey or concert t-shirt in honor of Todd’s love of football and music. A private service will be held at 2 p.m. for immediate family only, due to the social distancing mandate restrictions. The service will be live streamed for everyone and can be viewed by going to Todd’s obituary page on our website (www.weigelfh.com) and clicking on the link. Memorials can be made to the Ryan and Joshua Borgman Education Account at First Financial Bank or Margaret Mary Health Foundation Cancer Fund.