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Condolences for Gerald E. Toft

Martina GiquintoThursday, February 11th

To the Toft family, please know the huge impact Jerry and Pat had on our lives, if it were not for their kindness and your families acceptance the first years in America would have been scary and very lonely for Geraldine and I. Jerry and your Mom were such an instrumental part of our lives, and when we needed them most. I am so saddened for your loss but eternally grateful for the love they and your family shared with us during those first years. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers, sending love from my mom in kilgarvan to you and your family, please know how much your parents meant to us, my children know how important our host family was, sending love and prayers, Martina, Danny, Nicole, Daniel and Jessica.

Raymond GrochowskiFriday, February 12th was a long time ago, but I remember you well. You were a good man, and your reward will come for sure. An old friend,Ray

Doris HowleyFriday, February 12th

I am so sorry to hear about “Mr. T”s passing. I remember with much fondness the years I spent at Fell and Moon. I will pray for the family.

Norreen BulottiSaturday, February 13th

The Toft family is large and close.
Gerry was a stand out among us.
His gentle and kind demeanor was inherited from his father Don. (My uncle). Bless you my sweet cousin. ❤️

Pat ToftMonday, February 15th

Whenever I visited the east coast I would try and spend time with Jerry. Always a warm and welcoming person. He and Pat made you feel they were happy and content plus enjoying each other. Their open home to young nurses from Ireland was a marvelous project and enriched both of them. I will miss his calm and friendly manner.

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