Janine M. Toman

Springfield, Illinois

Sep 20, 1959 – Aug 23, 2018 (Age 58)


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SPRINGFIELD, IL – Janine M. Toman, age 58, exchanged this earthly life for the robes of the next on August 23rd at her home in Springfield and has re-united with her loving parents Jerome and Julia, step-mother, Barbara and step-brother, Jim. She is survived by her brother, Jon (Mike),...

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Sympathetic thoughts and prayers for Janine's family and friends. She & I served together on the YWCA Board in the 1990s, supporting programs for women and girls; then lost touch after my marriage. Peace to her family and many friends. God Bless You.

Way to young...

My sincere condolences to your family for the loss of your love one. May the God of comfort be with you during this sad occasion and may his loving words at John 6:40 console your heart.

Janine was a gem. Some people just have a way about them. God blessed the world with a one of a kind genuinely caring people person when He made our friend Janine.

Hello Jon, We're very sorry for your loss.When our kids were little, Janine came to our house dressed as "See More" (Seymor) Safety. The kids loved it. That was very nice of her. Take care, Joanel and Dick Bartoz

Janine was always loyal and dependable and a truly good friend. May she Rest In Peace. My sympathy and compassion to her family,

I only met her a few times, but quite the lady and so enjoyed chatting with her. She wil be missed by many I am sure.

A I know I sent another note. I really want to express that Janine was a good friend and I loved her. I miss Janine.

Janine and I met in elementary school. She immediately impressed me with her generous and caring spirit. At that young age, she already had a paper route, and was the most confident, cheerful and conscientious person. Wise beyond her years. She went everywhere on her bike, and after only living in our neighborhood for a few weeks, seemed to know everyone. Whenever life's hardships presented themselves to others, Janine was among the first to reach out a helping hand. I am very sad to learn...