Dr. Bradley Toth

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    - Ronda Nartker-Toth
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    - Walter and Susan Muroff
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    - Harry MacLean
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TOTH, Dr. David Bradley It is with heavy hearts, that we the family announce the passing of Dr. David Bradley Toth on February 26, 2010 at the age of 55. Beloved father to Michael, Christopher and Caitlin Toth. Survived by his wife Ronda Nartker and stepson Rusty of Spencerville Ohio. Beloved eldest son of Magdalen and the late Thomas Toth, Windsor. David will forever be remembered by his loving siblings Brian (Susan) Toth of London, Saundra (Dana) Woltz of Windsor, Stephanie (Frank) Capizzi of Shelby Township Michigan, Dr. Darryl (Helena) Toth of Lakeshore. David was the proud Uncle to Spencer Woltz; Alexander, Olivia, Marco, Natalie and Stephen Capizzi; Giselle, Julianna and goddaughter Heidi Toth. Beloved nephew of Apollonia Noll of Windsor. Dr. Toth graduated from the University of Western Ontario Medical School in 1978 where he set up a family medicine practice in London Ontario following his graduation. In 1993 he moved to the US to pursue his passion for the fast pace of emergency medicine. He was a partner of Premier Health Care Services, in Dayton, and worked at Lima Memorial Health System and St. Ritas Medical Center as an emergency medicine/trauma physician. Dave was a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians & College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. He was board certified in Family Medicine. He was president of the Regional Physician Advisory Board of EMS and was also the Medical Director of the Ada, Bath and Spencerville EMS services. David thoroughly enjoyed his many passions in life as he lived his life to the fullest. He was a private pilot for 30 years and loved to fly his Twin Comanche as much as possible. He was a member of the American Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, EAA and the Comanche Flyers. Besides flying, he was an avid astronomer and would spend many a clear night in his own computer controlled observatory. David was one of the founders of the London, Ontario, Astronomy Club and served as its president. He was also a member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and belonged to the Lima, Dayton and Columbus Astronomy Clubs. David also proudly traveled for NASA to Chile and Australia to participate in servicing of the space telescope and eclipse and solar system photography. He was also a HAM radio operator since the 1970s and is the founder of the London Ontario Repeater Towers and served as the president of the Tucson Amateur Packet Radio from 2004 to 2009. Funeral and Mass Service was held on Wednesday March 3, 2010 at St. Charles Catholic Church in Lima Ohio. In remembrance of David donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or Charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. A memorial service for David will be held in Windsor and will be announced in a Saturday Edition of the Windsor Star in April. On line condolences can be made at www.remembering.ca
Published in The The Windsor Star on Mar. 6, 2010
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