Frederick (Fred) R Toth, 83, retired electrical engineer of Longs, SC, handed absent at home peacefully with his loving spouse Katrina by his facet on August 16th.

Born in Berwick, Pa, to Nicholas and Mary Toth, in 1938, Fred was predeceased by his son Mark Toth in 1959, brothers Nicholas (Beverly) Toth and James Toth, sisters Viola (George) Hoze, Eleanor (Mike) Durso, all of Berwick PA.

Fred is survived by his wife Dorothy (Katrina) Tomilson Toth of Dedham MA, married for 32 great many years. He is also survived by his youngsters Cindy Toth Kemper of Nescopeck PA, Jill Toth Trollop (Dave) of Roscoe IL, and Stephen Toth of Bloomsburg Pa, stepchildren Lillie Hillier Lord of Woodbine GA, Aaron (Lilly) Tomilson of Austin Tx, Charles Hillier of Loganville Ga, David (Amy) Hillier of Aldergrove B.C. grandchildren Brenden (Scarlett) Burvis of Enjoys Park IL, Justin (Nicole) Kemper of Pompton Plains NJ, Jenny Kemper (Eddie Drumheller) of Catawissa Pa, Haylea (Matt) Moorman of Rockford IL, Jessica (Derek) Rice of Hobbie Pa, Colin Trollop of Colorado Springs CO, and McKayla Mills of Conway SC step grandchildren Theresa (Steven) Ko of Jacksonville Fl, Anthony Coyle of Ga, Alyisha Staccato of Ga, Matthew Staccato of Woodbine Ga, Justin Yu of Austin Tx, and Brennon Hillier of Aldergrove B.C. excellent grandchildren McKenzie and Isaac Drumheller of Catawissa Pa, Eivin and Olivia Moorman of Rockford IL, Greyson Burvis of Enjoys Park IL phase terrific grandchildren Summertime Coyle of Jacksonville Fl, Trinity Deel of Jacksonville Fl, Emma of Ga, Macy Jackson of Ga and Liam Jackson of Ga as properly as nephews, nieces and cousins.

Fred served 4 decades in the Navy from 1955 to 1959, and was incredibly patriotic. He worked tricky all of his everyday living as an electrician and as an electrical engineer for numerous nuclear electricity plants.

Fred appreciated his retirement several years in TN and SC with his beloved wife Katrina, functioning in his yard and generating a variety of woodworking projects. He also beloved investing time with his kids and grandchildren, and loved his cat Cat dearly. He was pretty type and caring, normally helping his neighbors and neighborhood every time a require arose.

A memorial provider will be held on Saturday August 21st at 11:00 am, at McMillan-Modest Funeral Dwelling, 910 67th Ave North, Myrtle Seaside, SC. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be built to the North Myrtle Beach Rescue Squad.



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