Elsie M. Tuma

October 3, 1925 - March 11, 2016
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Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Monday 3/14, 6:00 pm
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Tuesday 3/15, 11:00 am
Hubbard Union Cemetery
210 Oakdale Ave SE
Hubbard, OH 44425
Tuesday 3/15, 12:00 pm

Elsie M. Tuma, 90, of Monaca, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 11, 2016, surrounded by her family.  Her passing occurred at her residence.Born October 3, 1925, in Monaca, she was a daughter of the late Andrew Sr. and Mary (Baxa) Tuma.  Following high school graduation, Elsie started working at Bell Telephone (now AT&T) in …
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DICK AND LORI HAYS left a message on March 16, 2016:
Sorry we could not make it to the viewing. Elsie was such a kind and giving lady. Dick enjoyed working for her as well as all of her bake goods.
June(Rylander)Roderus left a message on March 14, 2016:
I worked with Elsie at Grant Street TSPS in the 70's. She was the Chief Operator. A very nice person and I will never forget her. May she Rest in Peace.
Marge and Russ Cook left a message on March 12, 2016:
To Trish (Patty) and Rich, Randy, Marie, Wade, Bill & Sons, and the entire Tuma Family ....We have been so Blessed to have Elsie as a friend, who became FAMILY to us over the past 40 years! We live in Springboro, OH, (south of Dayton) but my Family still lives in Beaver County so I just had the pleasure to visit with Elsie on February 22 and we shared a lot of Memories. My husband was an airline pilot but loved "Warbirds" and we became good friends with Elsie's brother, Ed, and Russ gave Ed a flight in our North American Texan (T6) and we made a memory to last through time. Elsie watched my children grow up and she just asked me about both of them when I was there last month. I became a Medical Missionary and Elsie supported me through all of my Mission efforts over these past 18 years. I think her favorite country was Belize..... and it still remains at the top of our list and I now have a Belize Family too. I told Elsie that we had gone back to Belize this past June and I showed her pictures. Elsie bought me a "doctor's bag" and I still use it for my equipment to this day. I have retired from medical practice in December 2012, but, I continue with Mission work so the bag gets good use.She loved my husband, Russ, Russ became blind suddenly this past August, and Elsie looked at his recent pictures and said, " he is still a handsome man". Elise inspired me beyond words and she has been a GREAT part of my life and I will miss her, but I know that she is a PEACE and not suffering and that is the most important gift I could ever receive.To the Family, know that you are in our Hearts and Prayers.May God Bless All of YOUAll our Love, Marge and Cpt. Russ CookHeath and the Special K's (Heath's Children) , and HollieLinn Tutwiler
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