Ada "Tommye" Dalton
- August 6, 1919 - July 23, 2012
- Wakeman, Ohio
of Ada's Passing
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Just want to let you know that my prayers are with the family, and as well as Ada. A very sweet lady, and I was Blessed to have her come in to my life. This also goes for her family too!
You have another angel up there looking out for you!
Posted by: Krista Wagner - Collins, OH - friend Jul 27, 2012
With deepest sympathy.
Posted by: Jerry and Bertine Eaton Jul 25, 2012
I will remember fondly how gracious Mr. and Mrs. Dalton greeted me whenever I stopped by their home for a visit. They made me feel at home and I couln't leave until I had something to eat. Their love of life radiated in all they did. I will miss those visits.
Blessings to the family,
Posted by: Karen Davis - Elyria, OH - Friend Jul 25, 2012
What an honor it has been to know Ada and all of you, her family. I will miss her sense of humor and love of music. Happy Hour at Norwalk Memorial Home won't be the same without her singing along. May God give you peace and comfort during this sad time.
Posted by: Norma Schafer - Norwalk, OH - Friend Jul 25, 2012
Gaye and family so sorry to hear of your loss. Your mother and my mother had some wonderful times together with great memories. They sure kept Route 303 in line.
Posted by: Glenn Morey Jr. - Mousie, KY Jul 24, 2012
What I remember most about "Tommye" is her smile, laughter, her good nature and what a good neighbor and friend she was with my family. When I was barely a teenager, I was given a wonderful opportunity to serve on our church's call committee with Tommye and :Bill and others. They took me "under their wing" when we went to hear prospective ministers. They paid for my meals when we were on the road and they even provided for me
Posted by: Edie (Divers) Painter - Willard , OH - long ago neighbor Jul 24, 2012
I had many contacts with your mother at the nursing home. Her wit and humor always kept everyone smiling. She always wanted to share whatever she had with others. Even when she became confused, she was "sharp as a tack" in some areas. Very few residents touched me as she did.
Ada had such a loving family, traveling many miles to spend a few hours with their mother. What a great example for children and grandchildren. This just
Posted by: Nancy Nickoli, Director of Volunteers - Norwalk, OH - employee of FTMC, friend Jul 24, 2012
I am so sorry for your loss.....what a delightful woman Ada was.....she certainly loved her music and dancing.......she will be missed and my sympathies are with all who knew her and loved her...................
Posted by: Sandi McLaughlin - Keswick, Ontario Canada Jul 24, 2012