Tammy Tokach Obituary, Death – At the time of her passing on December 10th, 2022, Tammy Lynn Tokach, who resided in Mountain Top and was 51 years old, was a patient at the Allied Services Hospice. Her loved ones, including her family and her closest friends, were there to care for her as she passed away in her final moments. Her birth took place on March 18th, 1971, and her mother, Shirley Kurutz of Plymouth, and her father, Donald Kurutz, who passed away, were her parents. Her father had already passed away when she was still an unborn child. Her father is no longer with us in this life. Tammy has spent the past 33 years having a wonderful time working at Highmark Health Solutions, and throughout that time, she has established a great many friendships that will continue to be a part of her life for the rest of her days. Donald Kurutz, her real father, and Steven Tokach, Sr., her husband’s biological father, both departed away before she was born. Steven Tokach, Sr. is also her husband’s biological father. She did not have the opportunity to speak with one of them.
Her devoted grandson Mason Klebetz of Courtdale, her mother Shirley Kurutz of Plymouth, her mother-in-law Maryann of Mountain Top, her brothers Brian Lavin Kurutz of Wilkes-Barre, David Kurutz and his wife Diana of Dallas, and Michael Kurutz and his wife Stacey of Edwardsville, and her sister Kristi. Her mother Shirley Kurutz of Plymouth. Her mother-in-law Maryann of Mountain Top. Her mother-in-law Maryann of Mountain Top. Her Tammy believed that she was living her life to the fullest when she was serving as a devoted wife and nurturing mother, and she appreciated any opportunity that presented itself to spend time with her family. She treasured every opportunity to be with her loved ones and spend time with them. You could always find her basking in the warmth of the sun or napping off on the sand with a good book and some of her favorite foods. Alternatively, you could find her luxuriating in the warmth of the sun.
Many people will grievously miss her warm and welcoming demeanor, as well as the generous nature she exuded, because of the fact that she never turned down a chance to have a good time. We ask that in lieu of attending the funeral services for Tammy, you celebrate her life by completing an act of kindness for a stranger in her name. This is so that we may honor her desires, which were that no one attend the services. You are not need to attend the funeral rites in order to do this instead. The Mamary-Durkin Funeral & Cremation Services firm, which can be found in Wilkes-Barre at 59 Parrish Street, is the one in charge of making all of the necessary arrangements at this time.