ETHEL M. TOMS

Died: Sat., Feb. 14, 2009

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Ethel M. Toms, Middletown, passed away, Saturday February 14, 2009 at her home after a short battle with cancer. She was the wife of Gary Toms.

Born in Lovettsville, VA, she was the daughter of the late Vivian K. and Gladys Tritapoe Fawley. She was a devoted member of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Burkittsville and was long time employee at Middletown BP station until her illness.

Surviving,besides her husband are two dchildren:

Carole Bohn - Walkersville and Gregory Beachley and wife Dawn - Middletown

4 grandchildren - Charnel Bohn, Amber Beachley, Jesse Beachley, Travis Beachley

2 great-grandchildren - Jacob Beachley and Kierstyn Beachley

She is also suvived by two nieces, - Tammy Jo Boyer and Tina Roach and nephew Tim Fawley.

She was predeceased by her brother Thomas Fawley.

The family will receive friends on Monday February 16 at the Donald B. Thompson Funeral Home, 31 East Main Street, Middletown from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 PM.

Funeral services will be held 11 AM on Tuesday February 17 from St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Burkittsville. Rev. Kimberly Nunberg will officiate.

Interment will be made in the Lovettsville Union Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Burkittsville, MD 21718 or to Hospice of Frederick Co., P.O. Box 1799, Frederick, MD 21705

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MELISSA SARBER
   Posted Thu February 09, 2012
WITH DEEPEST SYMPATHY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS

Denise Lochner
   Posted Thu February 09, 2012
Gary,
I'm very sorry for your loss.

Carrie Hightman
   Posted Thu February 09, 2012
Miss Ethel always welcomed me with her friendly smile at services at St. Paul. I always loved hearing her sing. She will definitely be missed. I am sorry for your loss.

With love,
Carrie

Chris Stone
   Posted Thu February 09, 2012
Ethel always greeted me with a happy "hello lady, how ya doing" when ever I would go into the One Stop and would always take a minute to talk to you. She was always a very happy lady. I never stopped to realize I had not seen her in a while. My daughter in law would stop in there in the mornings and Ethel would be singing and the coffee group would all be enjoying a conversation. She will be a fond memory of Middletown for many people. I am so sorry for the families loss. When I saw the obituary I called my kids because they all thought so much of her.

forden/priscilla hughes
   Posted Thu February 09, 2012
Dear Toms Family,
Our contacts with Ethel were mostly at Valley1 but we received her caring ways for us, so warmly given by her. The spirit of Jesus Christ was always coming from her heart for others. Heaven has gained whom we on earth have lost. Her spirit is now with Jesus.
Sincerely,
forden & Priscilla Hughes

Steve & Mary Ebner
   Posted Thu February 09, 2012
Ethel was a wonderful neighbor for many years when we lived in Middletown. Although we moved away some time ago, we always remembered her and tried to visit with her, usually at the One Stop, when we occasionally returned to Middletown. We are sorry to hear of her illness and recent passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with Gary and family.

Kathy Clutter [Clutter] Steve Six Randy Six Jeff Six
   Posted Thu February 09, 2012
Sorry for your loss. Cancer is a hard thing to deal with. Mom had cancer for over two years, it's not easy to let go.

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