Laura M. Toy

September 1, 1921 - June 9, 2020

In lieu of flowers memorials to GoldenAge Club

 c/o Community Baptist Church 120 North 73rd Street

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53213

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(Nee Chow) was reunited with her beloved husband, Edward, Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at age 98. Loving mother of Susie (Dick) Hammes, Sylvia Toy, Shirley (Willy) Ginoza, Joyce (Jerry) Knoch, Joe (Carla) Toy. Proud grandmother of Lori (Chris), J.W.(Erin), Nicole, Darrin, Brian (Janet), Dan (Diana), Laura (Zach), and Josh.  Great grandmother to seven great children.Continue Reading

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Sara Daleiden left a message on July 20, 2020:
I want to send my empathy to the Toy family for the passing of Grandma Toy. She was a remarkable and kind person and I will treasure the memories of her. Wishing you all peace and health! Sara
Carrie, Anne and Vincent Wong left a message on June 15, 2020:
Our deepest sympathy to the Toy family.
John Schroeder left a message on June 14, 2020:
My sympathies to the family, especially the girls. I remember many good times at parties at Jeff's. Losing a parent, no matter at what age is not easy. Hope all are well. God Bless.
Cheryl Grey left a message on June 12, 2020:
Laura Toy (as I knew her) was a beautiful woman all her life. Even in her 97th year. She will always be remembered by me as a kind, sweet person. She's pictured here at my mom's 90th birthday party with her daughter Joyce. She was 96 I think.
Jubilee & Ken Jew left a message on June 11, 2020:
Hello cousins, our love and prayers are with you all. Auntie 5 is with God in Heaven. I'm sure that she's having a wonderful time, being reunited with Uncle Eddie, and all her family members, like my parents, her sisters. Probably they're all busy playing mar jong! Although I didn't get to spend much time with Auntie 5, she's always been my favorite aunt. She was definitely a "happy-go-lucky" person and young at heart. Her presence always lid up the room because she loved to play around and her jokes always made us laugh hysterically. We loved to play mar jong with her cos she purposely lost to us. Our family was so grateful when she and Joyce travelled thousands of miles to come see our mom was mom was in the hospital. As always, her presence lifted up our mom's spirit. Thank you, Auntie 5 for being our favorite aunt. Love you and you'll be forever missed!
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
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