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Marlene Toth

Died: August 15, 2019
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Marlene F. Toth, 82, of Vestal and formerly of Monessen, PA, passed away peacefully at home on August 15, 2019. She is predeceased by her parents, Jennie and Audley Frye, and her brother Louis DeHosse. She is survived by her loving husband of 55 years, Ronald Toth; daughter, Lynn Toth of Brooklyn, NY, son and daughter-in-law, William and Claire Toth of Austin, TX; and granddaughters, Cassidy Breyfogle of Killeen, TX and Capri Toth of Austin, TX. Marlene was a longtime member of Vestal United Methodist Church where she served on Stephen Ministry and the prayer chain and was a member of the Interest Group, sewing quilts for those in need. She also served on the board of Vestal Senior Center as corresponding secretary. Marlene was an accomplished calligrapher, gifted seamstress, and loved music. If a song was playing, she was singing and dancing; if a bird was calling, she was whistling an answer. She was dearly loved for her fun and generous spirit and unending desire to brighten the lives of others, family, friends, and strangers alike, and cared especially for children as she remained young at heart. She will be greatly missed and remembered with much love. The family would like to thank the Palliative and Hospice teams at Lourdes for their exemplary care and kindness. A family graveside memorial will be held on a later date.
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Ingeborg Hamelmann posted on 8/22/19

In memory of Marlene Toth, Ingeborg Hamelmann lit a candle

 

Ingeborg Hamelmann posted on 8/22/19

My love goes to you Lynn my friend, I didn't know your Mom but I know she has a special place in heaven, she seems to have cared for so many, God bless, our sincere condolence.

 

Mickey Lynn Regula posted on 8/20/19

In memory of Marlene Toth, Mickey Lynn Regula lit a candle

 

Mickey Lynn Regula posted on 8/20/19

Ronnie. Lynn, Willian and family we are extending our deepest sympathy to you all. The last time I saw you was at Bernie's when the family got together and Marlene sang and danced her heart out. Always the best memories when family is together. Love you and take care

 

Denise Hutchings posted on 8/19/19

Dear Mr.Toth and family, I am so sorry for your loss.I always enjoyed our conversations at Corteses.What a blessing it has been for me to have known Marlene.She always had a joke or story to tell to brighten anyone's day.I wish more people in this world could be like her ,she was and still is a shining star in my many memories of a very special person.Love Denise.

 

Mary Ann Sacharov posted on 8/19/19

I was so saddened to see that our bubbly Marlene had passed. She was one of the first people to greet me when I joined the Sr Ctr and was always giving me little chocolates. My heart goes out to you and your children Ron. I hope when some time passes, you will come back to the senior center. You and Marlene are part of our “family”:and we want to support you as you grieve and get adjusted to life without her physical presence. I remember her bringing in some stuffed birds and playing their songs. She did love music! Hugs to you!

 

Jeff Andreasen posted on 8/19/19

Deepest sorrow at this news. I remember many years ago meeting Mrs. Toth at the Vestal track, after having not seen her for going on probably twenty years. Though having only been an acquaintance of her daughter, Lynn, Mrs. Toth recognized me right away and greeted me by name. She was eager to hear what I’d been up to in the time since she’d last seen me. I’ll remember her smile and interest that day for a long time. I did not hear her sing, and I wish I had. I know her song will echo for a long time.

 

John Burns posted on 8/18/19

To Ron and family: I was deeply saddened to hear of Marlene's passing. The obit in the paper so aptly summed up her positive, outgoing, sunny disposition. Besides church, we used to see her at Cost Cutters, when she would greet me warmly, sitting and chatting while Barb had her hair done. Marlene gave me a book of puzzles, which I still have, and that was such a nice thing to do. May she rest in peace.

 

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