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Obituaries

July 4, 2013

Evelyn M. Toth

NORTH TONAWANDA —

Evelyn M. (nee Sherk) Toth, age 83, of North Tonawanda, on Saturday, June 29, 2013 in DeGraff Skilled Nursing Facility after a brief illness. Evelyn was a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda. She was a former member of Payne Avenue Christian Church and was currently attending North Presbyterian Church. She was a former employee of the W.T. Grant Co. in Tonawanda. She enjoyed crafting, reading and doing crossword puzzles.
Dear aunt of Willard (Debra) Sherk of Clinton, TN and Gary Sherk of North Tonawanda. Great-aunt of Heather (Gerald) Goupil, Jr. of the Town of Wheatfield and Brian S. Sherk of Henderson, NV. Also survived a great-niece in Michigan and Massachusetts and a great-nephew in Oklahoma.
Funeral services were held at the convenience of the family. Interment was in White Chapel Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to North Presbyterian Church.
Visit frettholdfuneralhome.com for guest register.

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