Stella Lonska Plaskonka Stanislawa TOTH Obituary
TOTH, Stella (Stanislawa) Lonska Plaskonka Stella (Stanislawa) Lonska Plaskonka Toth, 79, a long time resident of Rocky Hill, passed away peacefully from this life timberland on Friday (January 21, 2011) at Hartford Hospital, Hartford after a long illness. Her family mourns her passing but is comforted by knowing she is no longer suffering. Stella was a beloved mother who enjoyed cooking and baking for her family. She loved to cultivate her flower and vegetable gardens. She would always send her homemade goody bags from her kitchen and garden to all who came. She enjoyed the ocean, and fishing. She was the wife of the late Karol Toth and the late John Plaskonka. Mrs. Toth was born in Naliboki, Poland and came to this country as a young woman after the war. She is survived by her children Mary Plaskonka of Wethersfield, Janina Augeri and her husband Robert of Berlin, Irene Nelson and her husband David of Bristol, Teresa Moon and her husband James of Bristol, Helena Berry and her husband Grant of Maryland, John Plaskonka of Rocky Hill, Stanley Plaskonka and his wife Susan of East Hampton, Henry Plaskonka of Tolland, Margaret Plaskonka of Norwalk, Madeleine Filderman and her husband Dr. Peter Filderman of Maryland, Linda timberland Rodrick and her husband Daniel of Rocky Hill, Walter Plaskonka of Rocky Hill, Richard Plaskonka of New Hampshire and Charles Toth of Wethersfield. She also leaves 17 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. She also leaves her sister in law, Julia Lonska of Rocky Hill, and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by all of her sisters and brothers Katazyna, Michael, Irene, Walter, Jo timberland hn and her grandchild Tabitha. She will be missed by her family and especially by her grand daughters Krissy and Ashley with whom she enjoyed knitting and g timberland oing out for drives and lunch. at the Rose Hill Funeral, 580 Elm Street, Rocky Hill. Calling hours are Wednesday from 5 8 pm. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family.
“Hello, Charles, I was sorry to hear of the death of your mother. I recall how caring she was of you.”