Alice Irene (Gradomski) Toschak

Born: Mon., Mar. 24, 1930
Died: Sun., Jan. 3, 2021

Graveside Service

Wed., Jan. 11, 2012

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Alice Irene ( Gradomski) Toschak , 90, of Yorkville, IL. passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 3, 2021 in Rush Copley Hospital, to be with her Lord.

The daughter of Zygmundt and Eva (Rakus) Gradomiski, Alice was born March 24, 1930 in Cicero, IL. She married Andrew Toschak April 7, 1951, he preceded her in death January 21, 1984. She is survived by her sister Helen, children Sandra (Steve) May, Sharon, John (Vickie), Barbara, Michelle, and David (Silvia) all Toschaks, grandchildren; Andy, Alex, Zach, Jordan, Ben, Alice, David, Sophia and Oliver: great grandchildren Zoe and little Dude Zach and many loving nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Andrew and a son Andrew Toschak Jr. , siblings Lee, Gene and Helen.

They built their first home in Lombard, IL, where they had their first three children. Moving to Glenn Ellyn in 1958, their family grew to include four more children. She was an adventurous young girl who at age seven would take the “L” from Cicero to Chicago on her own. Her spirit was one of great love and adventure.  

Grave side services will be in Calvary Cemetery, Nokomis, Illinois at 1:00 pm .Monday.

Masses may be given at St. Patricks Church, Pana and memorials so St. Pat’s Catholic School, Pana or the IPF Foundation.

 The family is being assisted locally by Stiehl-Dawson Funeral Home.

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Gail Keller Jayne
   Posted Fri January 08, 2021
Wow, what do you say about Alice? Well she loved all of her children unconditionally and I’m sure her grandchildren too. She also loved all of us straggler cousins and welcomed us no matter when we showed up! And we showed up plenty of times after it was appropriate. With all of the games we played she was right there with us. She was quite a lady and y’all should be proud to call her your Mom. I will miss her too. God Bless you Alice and may you rejoice in rejoining Andy and the rest of your loved ones

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