Helen Tomko
Wednesday
29
June

Interment at: Gate Of Heaven Cemetery

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Gate Of Heaven Cemetery
300 W. White Horse Pike
Berlin, New Jersey, United States
Wednesday
29
June

Visitation

9:00 am - 11:00 am
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Giosa Funeral Home
171 Haddon Avenue
West Berlin
Wednesday
29
June

Funeral Service

11:00 am
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Giosa Funeral Home
171 Haddon Avenue
West Berlin, New Jersey, United States
Service Time: 11:00 AM

Additional Obit Info

Helen was born in Alexandria, VA and grew up in Atlanta, GA. She and Bill were married in 1945 an moved to the Philadelphia Area in the early 1950's. They moved to Marlton in 1959 were they settled and raised there family. During the years that followed Helen was the "typicial homemaker" of the era. She cooked the meals for her family, she cleaned and ran the house that Bill she could afford and raised their four daughters with charm, savoy and family values that get you through, the good and the hard times that life can often brings your way when you least expect it or are prepared form it. Helen enjoyed bowling and camping with family and friends and after Bill's death in 1984, Helen found the time to work for 5 years at the K-Mart on Rt 70 in Marlton. Helen also did needle point, making blankets for all. She now enjoyed her second family her grandchilren and great-grandchilren. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Obituary of Helen K. Tomko

Helen K. Tomko (nee Bryan) of Voorhees formerly of Marlton went peacefully to be with the Lord on June 24, 2016, at ManorCare Health Services, Voorhees. Beloved wife of the late William A. Tomko. Devoted mother of Theresa (Ronald, I) Stow of Williamstown, Adele L. (Joseph, Sr.) Achey, of Atco, Pamela J. (Alfred) DiGioia, of Somerdale and the late Delores J. Duffy. Dear Sister of Carl Bryan of FL. Loving grandmother of Ronald Stow, II, Thomas Stow, Joseph Achey, Jr., Christine Walls, the late Denise Achey, Michele Smial, Angela DiGioia, Dominic DiGioia, Stevie DiGioia, William Schriver and the late Stephen Schriver. Proud great-grandmother of Tyler Stow, Addison Stow, McKinley Stow, Harrison Stow, Kayla Achey, Jordyn Achey, Ryan Achey, Samuel Smial, Benjamin Smial, Mason Walls, Grace Walls and Lucas Needham. Helen was born in Alexandria, VA and grew up in Atlanta, GA. She and Bill were married in 1945 and moved to the Philadelphia Area in the early 1950's. They moved to Marlton in 1959 were they settled and raised their family. During the years that followed Helen was the "typicial homemaker" of the era. She cooked the meals for her family, she cleaned and ran the house that Bill and she could afford and raised their four daughters with charm, savoy and family values that get them through, the good and the hard times that life can often bring your way, when you least expect it or are prepared for it. Helen enjoyed bowling and camping with family and friends and after Bill's death in 1984, Helen found the time to work for 5 years at the K-Mart on Rt 70 in Marlton. Helen also did needle point, making blankets for all. She now enjoyed her second family her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She will be missed by all who knew her. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing Wednesday (6/29) from 9:30 to 11AM at the Giosa Funeral Home, 171 Haddon Avenue, West Berlin, where her Funeral Service will be held at 11 AM. Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cem., Berlin. Helen was born in Alexandria, VA and grew up in Atlanta, GA. She and Bill were married in 1945 an moved to the Philadelphia Area in the early 1950's. They moved to Marlton in 1959 were they settled and raised there family. During the years that followed Helen was the "typicial homemaker" of the era. She cooked the meals for her family, she cleaned and ran the house that Bill she could afford and raised their four daughters with charm, savoy and family values that get you through, the good and the hard times that life can often brings your way when you least expect it or are prepared form it. Helen enjoyed bowling and camping with family and friends and after Bill's death in 1984, Helen found the time to work for 5 years at the K-Mart on Rt 70 in Marlton. Helen also did needle point, making blankets for all. She now enjoyed her second family her grandchilren and great-grandchilren. She will be missed by all who knew her.
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