Todd McFarland

Updated February 13, 2016: The search for USAF Veteran Todd McFarland has ended. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office has reported that “family members searching the Wagner Creek area found the body of Mr. McFarland this morning. Recent warm weather melted much of the snow in the area, creating better search conditions. Todd’s body was found about a mile from where his pickup was found.  Rest in peace Sir.

SEARCH_ENDEDTodd McFarland is a U.S. Air Force Veteran who was seen leaving the VA facility in White City, Oregon on December 25, 2015. Todd  McFarland’s unoccupied truck, a black Ford F-150, was found near the 8-mile marker of Wagner Creek Road near Talent on January 2, 2016. Search and rescue teams have been focusing on that area since then, but have found no further trace of Todd McFarland. The search has been hampered by snow on the ground — waist-deep in areas. Search and Rescue officials have been in close contact with McFarland’s family members, who have also been out to search. His family reported him missing to Jackson County Sheriff’s Office on December 29, 2015.

Todd McFarland is 47 years old as of the date he went missing in December 2015.  Todd McFarland is 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds.  Todd McFarland has brown hair and blue eyes.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Todd McFarland, contact the Deputy Jason Denton with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at 541-864-8840 reference case # 15-24791 or dial 9-1-1. (NamUS MP# 31704)

3 thoughts on “Todd McFarland

  1. James Maloney

    The Jackson County Oregon Sheriff’s office reported today (02/13/16) that family members (who have been searching the area since his disappearance) have located Mr. McFarland’s body about a mile from where his truck was previously found. The area was previously covered in deep snow. Many thanks for all the prayers and volunteer’s search efforts to bring Mr. McFarland home. May you all find your loved ones and may Todd McFarland rest in peace. Thank you, kind sir, for your service to your country. You will not be forgotten.


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