Thursday, August 1, 2013

Goodbye MeMom {Delores Toth}

Delores Toth

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 Delores E. "Sis" (Johns) Toth, of Willow Grove, passed away July 30, 2013, in Lansdale. 


Born November 2, 1932 in South Fork, she was a daughter of Herbert and Thelma (Peck) Johns. 


Sis attended South Fork Croyle High School and The Johnstown Tech School of Practical Nurses. She was in the second class of Pennsylvania, passing her State Boards in 1953. 


She worked at Lee Hospital in Johnstown before moving to Willow Grove. She was one of the first LPN's employed at Abington Hospital. She worked at Holy Redeemer Hospital, Albert Einstein Hospital and did private duty nursing for many years. 


She was employed by American Olean Tile Co. in Lansdale for 30 years, retiring Dec. 1, 1992. She is a member of Bridge Community Church of Lansdale and Ben Wilson Senior Center in Warminster where she was a board member and volunteer in the kitchen. 


She is survived by a daughter, Darlene Blood and her husband George, Jr., of Telford; a son, Darrel Toth, of Willow Grove; grandchildren, George (Nea) Blood, of Quakertown, Jennifer (Timothy) Connors, of Richlandtown, Kelly (Thomas) Ardt, of Lancaster, Samantha (Matt) Bell, Seth Klimen, of Maryland, and Joseph (Michelle) Toth, of Warminster; great-grandchildren, Christina, Danillie, Michael, and Anthony Blood, Grace, Ty and Julia Connors, Alayna Ardt and Cameron Bell; sister, Helen Tousendot, of Johnstown; brothers, Richard Johns, MD and Rev. Terry (Pauline) Johns, of Telford; sisters-in-law, Gail Johns, of South fork and Judy Johns, of Portage; and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and many cousins. 


She was preceded in death by husband, Gaza Toth, a son Marty and two brothers, Herold and Clyde Johns. 



10 comments:

Anita Johnson said...

Beautiful photos...she reminds me of my mother in law.

photowannabe said...

Lovely, tender tribute.
My heart goes out to those left behind.
It seems like there is a huge hole to fill now.

Tanya De Leeuw said...

A lovely tribute.

So sorry for your loss.

Farmgirl Paints said...

I'm so glad you captured her. She was beautiful.

Tracy P. said...

Aw. She tried to hang in there. Lingering is a hard thing to do. I hope the time gave everyone an extra chance to be at peace. Just beautiful, Becky. What a gift you've given them.

Busy Bee Suz said...

What a wonderful tribute. Boy, she did a lot in her life...her family was a lucky one to have her.
XOXO

Flower Patch Farmgirl said...

Beautiful tribute.
She looks like a zippy one. :)

Dina Lettre said...

How very special those photos are now!

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StarTraci said...

What a beautiful tribute.
Traci