Lucille R. Toman, 81, homemaker

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Lucille Rose Toman (nee Svboda), 81, of Lyons, died Jan. 10, 2013 at her home.

Ms. Toman was born in Cicero in 1931 to Hattie and John Svboda. She married Willard Toman in 1950 and they couple moved to Lyons.

She was a homemaker who enjoyed cooking, baking, gardening and sewing. Ms. Toman also loved traveling with her husband, fishing, reading, playing cards and taking care of animals.

Ms. Toman is survived by her husband of 62 years, Willard; her children, Deborah (Sandy) Doreen (Mark) and Jeffrey (Camille); her grandchildren, Lindsey (Cary), Mark, Matthew and Jonathan; and her devoted caregiver, Yevgeniya.

A private memorial will be held for family. Memorial donations are appreciated to the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at donate.aspca.org.

Kopicki's Tower Home for Funerals, Lyons, handled arrangements.

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Mary C Miller from Berwyn   

Posted: February 2nd, 2013 8:15 PM

Mrs. Toman was a pleasure to do business with. She was always polite love to talk about her grandchlidren and she was proud of her children as well. She was always looking out for her husband. She was a good lady. I will miss seeing her and enjoying her witt. I know Mr. Toman will soarly miss her.They shared many years together

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