Robert & Judy Johnson, Ft Myers Fl
Winni the Poo as we called her, was one of those Earth’s angels and we will deeply miss her. Once she moved to Fl., we were able to spend more time with her and it was time we always looked forward too. She always had a smile on her face and the smallest gesture that you would say or give to her, she would express such sincere kind gratefulness. She enjoyed the little things that God gives us which is what made her so special. Her daughter Judy and her husband Dave, made sure she had the best quality of life that one could have during her last yrs. She was number one in their lives and she expressed many times to us, how grateful she was for the two of them knowing what they did each and every day in making her a very important part of their lives with unconditional love .
Winni sewed me a very special blanket, I now have this beautiful treasure that will always be a wonderful memory of a very special lady that had a big heart and loving hands who brought us so many joyful moments . The heavens now have this special angel ,but her memory will never be far from our heart.
Michael M Lutz Jr
No matter how old we are,
Losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know,
But her goodness, her caring and her wisdom live on,
Like a legacy of love that will always be with you.
Nothing like having a sister 10 years older until the time when you are separated here on earth. They become a second mother to their sibling. Sis was that to me I remember when she was still at home and working, on pay day she would bring tomatoes home in the winter knowing how I craved them making sure I had at least one. She claimed me as a dependent and with her return purchased my first baseball and mitt. After her marriage living in Cardiff, Pa. purchased my first pair of sneakers, in my mind I could run twice as fast. 55 years ago she was instrumental in my life soul mate. I shall miss her, however she has blessed me with a niece and nephew that I cherish dearly. Rest in peace Sis till we meet again. Baby Brother Bradley
Donna Latosky Bohon and Roger Bohon
Judy and Tom,
We will see you on Sunday, I am so sorry for your loss. Aunt Twila had knowledge that most of the younger generation crave for and to this day, wonder how she could grow such beautiful tomatoes each and every year, the German ones I believe she used to call them. She was One great Aunt, seamstress and mother, and she will be missed by all of us. These times are so sad for all of us, as most of the time, the only time we seem to get together is when someone dies. We must start to plan a reunion for those of us that are left in the Latosky family so we can share all of the good times with each other.
Donna and Roger Bohon
Aunt Twila was a one of a kind lady. She was such a great lady, who loved to can and grow tomatoes,, sew quilts for people who asked her and gave from her hear, love to most people she met.. I will always remember going to see her when we came to Pa and those wonderful times we spent together talking about old times and things in the past. She will be missed by all that knew her and related to her kindness. My memories of her were all good, from the very first time I met her. My condolences go out to her family and friends.
Winifred Twila Latosky
Dearest Judy and Tom and Family:
Aunt Twila was a special, sweetheart of a person. Always enjoyed her visits. I still remember staying at her place as a little girl and her teaching me how to sew. Our deepest sympathy to you all, and God Bless All of You. Memories are always kept in our Hearts, and you guys have plenty of them. She is an Angel in Heaven now.
God Bless and Love Always,
Debbie (Mehalko), Bob Sekerak and Son.
Carol Johnston Lucas
So sorry to read in the paper this morning about the loss of your mother. She was always a good time, if you come to Philipsburg let me know would love to see you.
Anna Mae Winters (Ann Moroni)
My sincerest condolences to the family of Twila. May all the great memories of her sustain you and help you in this
difficult time. She is at peace now and no more suffering. My prayers to all of you. Love, Ann and Bob
The last 7 years having you to reside with me and my wife Judy here in Bonita Springs have been the most precious years of my life. You can now be joined in heaven with your beloved husband Wasco. Thank you for being such a wonderful kind person in our lives. I thank you and Wasco for allowing me to be married to Judy. I will always treat her as my lady.