251 Garafraxa Street
PO Box 328
Memories of Sylvia Toplenski
From: Patti Elliot
My deepest condolences to the entire family.
From: Karen Porter
Darleen, I am so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. What a great time I had getting to know her from Edwards of Can. shipping dept. I spoke with her everyday for years there and always enjoyed her. When I visited her at her home and saw her beautiful flowers, it was great to see the soft side of your mother. She was such a hard worker and was very good at her job.
From: Alex, Anne, Thomas & Christel Farkas
Our hearts, prayers, and love to Louie, Darleen, Debbie and their families. Please accept our condolences and may our Lord bless and comfort you during this time.
From: Jim & Lynda Slumskie
Louie, Darleen, Debbie and families, we are sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. Please accept our sincere condolences. Sylvia was such a great lady and always smiling.
From: Karen Trelford
My deepest condolences to Louie, Darleen and Debbie. Sylvia was a great co worker and friend, I always looked forward to her hug when I could get to the girls lunches. We had several good times on the bus trips to the casinos. She will be missed! What a awesome picture of Sylvia.
From: Heather & Al Gibb
Louie & Family, Please accept our heartfelt condolences. I worked with Sylvia for many years, she was a very wonderful lady. I will miss running into her on occasion. Heather
From: Nemeth family
Our heart felt love to Louie, Darleen and Debbie and their families. Sylvia was my mothers Best friend of over 50 years and aunt to me and my brother and sister . 50 years of love, support, joy and shared sorrow. Sylvia was a beautiful woman inside and out, always ready to share a meal even when unexpected, warm hugs, her home and heart were always open. Deeply missed never forgotten.
From: Lana, Gilles and Nicole Desilets
So very sorry to hear this sad news, our hearts ache for you. Such a loss of a beautiful soul. Please know we are there with you during this difficult time and the days ahead and we send our love to all
From: Celeste Eickholdt
All my thoughts and prayers to Louie and family. I visited with Sylvia this past summer and she was in such good spirits and flashing that great smile. I know you will miss her dearly, just keep all the memories in your hearts
From: Alexandra Conant & Jennifer Robertson
Our sincere condolences to you and your family
From: Sandra and Terry Brown and family
May you find peace in the love of family and the strength in the care of friends.
From: Norm and MaryLee Walker
Deepest Sympathy To ALL
From: Frank Morris
I was manager at UPS and would cover the runs on somewhat regular basis over the years. Met Sylvia when she was the shipper at Edwards. As time went on you chat when the pick up was being done. Always enjoyed Sylvia's conversation. She retired around the same time I did. Would occasionally bump into her at the CTC gas bar or when she was out for a walk around her home. Best memory was when she had a grand daughters dog years ago and the two of them would be out for a walk. There pace and walk saunter were a perfect match. RIP Sylvia
From: Kelsey, Hugo, and Simone Agunmadu
Her loss is felt deeply. As someone growing up without grandparents, I looked to Sylvia as a grandmother. She was a warm, kind, and generous lady who was always there for a chat or a hug. We love you and we miss you.
From: Del & Doreen Ringel & Families
Louie & Family: Thinking of you and the family during the sad loss of Sylvia.
From: Pamela Vermilyea
Darleen, Debbie and all of your family.
I am so saddened to hear of your Mom's passing. My thoughts are with all of you and your Dad during this difficult time.
From: Susan Quiquero
Louie, Darleen, Debbie & family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I know Sylvia will be greatly missed by all of you and her many friends. She had a beautiful smile that came quickly when she would see you, and when I'd run into her out shopping she'd give me the best hug! When we were teenagers and Debbie would have me sleep over for a movie night, Sylvia and Louie always made me feel very welcome in your home! As a coworker at Edwards Sylvia was known for her hard work and positive attitude. I know you have many special memories to hold close at this sad time and I will be thinking of you all.
From: Nora Hicks (Agnew)
My sincerest sympathy to the family of Sylvia. She was a very special person. I first met Sylvia when she worked with my dad, Rogers Agnew. We took a refinishing course together and had so much fun. Over the years I would run into Sylvia,and we spend some time catching up on each others lives. I enjoyed our friendship. I am very sad to hear of her passing. I am sorry I didn't know she had been sick. I will miss Sylvia very much! Nora Hicks
From: Alien Atkinson:
Louie, please accept my sympathy on the passing of your wife.
From: Doreen and Jim Weaver
To Louie and Family, We are so sorry of the passing of Sylvia
Hope to see you soon. Lots of Love, Doreen and Jim
From: Bill & Diana Metzger
Louis & family, we are so sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. We will always remember her as a friendly, smiling person. Hope you find peace with all your good memories of Sylvia. Bill & Diana
From: Doug and Kathy Robins
Louie,Darleen, Debbie and Family.So sorry to hear about Mom ,we all had some great times together in the past ,our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this most difficult time, Her and Marian and now Roy will be having a party up there again.
From: Carol Seaman
Sincere condolences to all the family on your loss of Sylvia. She was a member of the Bluewater Quilters Guild at one time and was always bringing in her newest quilt to show us - she was always fun, encouraging and creative. Keep your memories close and share them with each other. Carol Seaman
From: Brian and Bobbie Docherty
We just wanted to wish you love in saying good-bye to your Mom. We know you were close but that is not changed. Only her body is gone. She is still near, but without the pain and frustration she has been suffering with.We are glad you had her for so long. God Bless.
Brian and Bobbie
From: Lanny & Elly Baker
Louie, Darleen, Debbie and families, we wish to express our deepest sympathy on your loss of Sylvia. What a beautiful photo of her and that smile of hers! Treasure and hold on tight to all those great memories
From: Donelda & Ron Steffler
Our sincere condolences to Louie, Darleen, Debbie & families. Sylvia was one of the kindest most loving woman I've ever known! She was always such a positive person with the biggest smile no matter what. Like others have said she gave the BEST hugs ever. Sylvia we will miss you very much at our Edwards monthly lunches. Rest in Peace Sylvia you deserve it.
Donelda & Ron Steffler
From: Jim Cunningham
To Louie and family, I want to convey my deepest condolences. My Thoughts and Prayers are will you as you mourn the loss of her.
Respectfully; Jim Cunningham
From: Adam & Janice Gateman
Our condolences on the passing of your wife & mom. Sylvia was such a lovely person. My Dad was gone a year this past November & it still feels like yesterday. If you ever need a friend to talk to please call.
From: Jim & Karlene Lipskie, Hanover
Louie, Darleen, Debbie & Family: Our sincere condolences on the passing of a wonderful woman and friend. She always had a smile and time to stop for a chat. Memories of good times together as a family will keep her with you always. Jim & Karlene
From: Wanda Lang (Flooren)
Dear Louie, Darleen, Debbie and family, I am so sorry to hear about Sylvia. She was always such a big part of Williamsford when I was growing up. She was always around, at baseball games or stopping in for gas, etc. My mom would have been 82 last week and I still miss her so much. There is never a good time to lose your mom and certainly not a good time to lose your wife. I am so sorry for all of you but wanted you to know that I was thinking of you and will be praying for your families. I didn’t realize that you all still lived in Williamsford but I guess everyone came back. Next time I am there, I will look you up. Sincerely, Wanda Lang (Flooren)
From: Don Miller
Our sincere sympathies to Louie, Darleen, Debbie and families. Your memories of Sylvia will always keep her in your heart. She was a kind, loving person and who was always smiling. Rest in peace Sylvia.
From: Joanne Barber
Our condolences to Louie, Debbie, Darleen and family. Sylvia was a very special person, a wonderful co-worker who was always happy and smiling. I will for ever remember the wonderful "Sylvia hug" she gave me when I retired along with a beautiful bouquet of peonies from her garden. You have never been hugged until you experienced a Sylvia hug! May she rest in peace after the battle she fought. Our deepest sympathy. Hugs - Joanne and Doug Barber
From: Michael Henkel
Dear Louie, Darleen, Debbie and families. So sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. What a great picture of Sylvia with her obituary. A perfect reminder of the beautiful person she is, inside and out. What a rough journey Sylvia and you, the family have been on these past months. I wish you God's comfort and peace in your sorrow, for the weeks and months to come. God bless. Michael