In Celebration of

Susanna Toth

February 16, 1941 -  November 24, 2018

Passed away peacefully at Westside Longterm Care in Etobicoke, on Saturday, November 24, 2018, in her 78th year. Beloved wife of the late Victor. Loving mother of Susan Tamas and her husband Tibor and Martha Martin and her husband Todd, both of Fort Worth, Texas. Dear grandma of Lydia (Alexander) Timothy, Alexia and Sophia. Survived by her four siblings and their family in Hungary. Susanna was a dedicated member and Treasurer of First Hungarian Baptist Church. She will be remembered for her generosity to her family and church family. Some of her favourite pastimes were travel, gardening and time spent at First Hungarian Baptist Camp in Rama, Ontario.


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Diane Stewart 

Entered November 29, 2018 from guelph

Sorry for your loss, Susan.

Géza és Éva Herjeczki (former pastor)

Entered December 1, 2018 from Lincoln Park, MI

Szeretettel emlékezünk Tóth Zsuzsikára – a hűséges családanyára, a gyülekezetben csendesen, de határozottan szolgáló testvérre – vasárnapi iskolai tanítóra, a tábor egyik hűséges munkására. Elsősorban a 80-as évek emlékei vannak bennünk, melyek az utóbbi évtizedekben is megmaradtak, tovább épültek. Nemes harcát megharcolta – hihetetlen erőfeszítéssel és mégis nagy nyugalommal; futását elvégezte, a hitet megtartotta.
Urunk vigasztalását kérjük a család számára. Herjeczki Gézáék

Lydia Tamas (Granddaughter)

Entered December 2, 2018 from Fort Worth, Texas

I miss you so much already Nagy mama I wish we had more time, you had so much more knowledge and wisdom to share with the world. But I will cherish our memories together as long as I live. Thank you for everything you've done for me - and truthfully all of us. You've touched so many lives; your memory and soul will live on for many more years ❤️

Martha Martin (daughter)

Entered December 2, 2018 from Fort Worth, TX

Anyu, I am so proud of the way that you lived your life and appreciate what a great example you were to all. You touched so many lives with your faith, generosity, wisdom, selfless attitude, calm spirit and love. We can only hope to carry on some of your legacy in our lives. You will be dearly missed by us all. Alexia and Sophia have prayed for you every night for over a year. I am sad that they won't be able to make any more happy memories with you, but glad they had the time with you that they did. You will live forever in our memories.

Sok puszi,


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