In Loving Memory of Joe Toth

May 17, 1937
July 26, 2019
Trumbull, CT
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Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824


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Christian Heritage School, Barron Vangor Toth Memorial

575 White Plains Road,
Trumbull CT 06611

Jozseph Toth

Jozseph Toth, age 82, beloved husband of the late Loreen Vangor Toth and loving father of the late Barron Vangor Toth, of Trumbull, went home to be with his Lord on Friday, July 26, 2019 while at the U.S. V.A Medical Center in West Haven, CT. Born in Hungary to the late Jozsef and Julianna Toth, he came to the United States during the Eisenhower Program and served in the Korean War for 5 years with the U.S. Army and was awarded the Good Conduct Medal. Joe became an American citizen in November of 1962. He was very proud to serve this country and was always so thankful for all the opportunities granted to him that came with being able to become a United States citizen. Joe was a devout Christian and took comfort through hardship through his faith. He was also an avid animal lover, with a special spot in his heart for his dog, Sheema. Jozseph is survived by his sister, Eva Farkas Zoltanne in Hungary. He is also survived by 3 brother-in-laws, Van Vangor (Betty) of Island Falls, ME, Cornell Vangor (Diana) of Hyde Park, NY, and William Bruk of Indiana; as well as several nieces and nephews, and many devout friends. Joe’s family would like to acknowledge the excellent care he received by the West Haven VA Medical Center in the Intensive Care Unit and the Hospice Care Unit, as well as give thanks for the care provided by his compassionate home health aides over the years. Services for Jozseph will be held privately. Any memorial contributions in Joe’s memory may be made to the Christian Heritage School (Barron Vangor Toth Memorial) 575 White Plains Road, Trumbull CT 06611. For information or to sign an online register, please visit

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4 Guestbook Entries for Jozseph Toth

  1. Our dearest and beloved Joe,
    You will remain In our hearts and memories forevermore. You were such a strong and powerful shepherd of Our Lord, loving Him to the very end. We know you are rejoicing in His Love. We are so very thankful for the many many good times we shared with you and will always remember our trips to St Mary’s and blowing kisses from the door, when we said goodbye..bittersweet partings..We promise to take care of Emmylou for you..knowing you had a special place in your heart for her,,your little angel..The smiles she brought to you are beyond words. You will surely be missed , but we know you are in a better place without pain and with all your loved ones..until we meet again, know you are continually thought of and never forgotten. Love you MORE .Diana and Cornell

  2. Cousin Joe, (As my father would say) I will never forget the times I spent with you and my father. The yellow/metal house in Fairfield, rides in your jeep, Christmas parties at our house and cooking Hungarian Szalonna in our backyard every summer. I’m sorry I didn’t get to see you again before you left but I know your in a better place now with your family and cousins. Rest In Peace

  3. One of the kindest people I’ve ever met. His son was one of the most important people in my life, but Joe was equally as important to my kids. They knew him as Uncle Joe, and got such joy out of visiting and riding his chair up and down the stairs to Barron’s workroom. I know they are all together now, and he is at peace. Extremely thankful for the time that we got to spend with him.

  4. I’ve never met Joe. I don’t know what kind of man he is/was. However he made the world a better place. He had a son who inspired me.

    No good soul will ever be forgotten.