DANBURY \u2014 The man whose body was found submerged in a Mill Plain Road pond last month died from an accidental drowning, according to the state medical examiner\u2019s office. Todd Henry Smith\u2019s body was discovered in a retention pond near the entrance to the Westwood Village Condominiums on Mill Plain Road the evening of April 8 \u2014 nearly three months after being reported missing. Smith was last seen alive Jan. 16, in the 90 block of Mill Plain Road. Investigators said he often frequented towns in the Danbury area and had been seen \u201cpushing a red bicycle.\u201d According to his obituary, Smith loved riding his bicycle. Born in Colorado in February 1963, Smith moved to Connecticut with his family at a very early age. He grew up in Brookfield and New Milford before settling in Danbury, where he lived for more than 35 years, according to his obituary. In addition to biking and fitness, Smith\u2019s loved ones said he loved his family and friends and making people laugh. Police Chief Patrick Ridenhour said Smith\u2019s body was discovered April 8, after a passerby spotted what appeared to be a body in the Mill Plain pond and called police. Police said a preliminary investigation and examination did not reveal any \u201capparent signs of trauma.\u201d Smith\u2019s family plans to hold a memorial service in Tennessee at a later date, according to his obituary.