Information for Margit Toth Papp
13 September, 1924 - 27 April, 1997
The Idaho Press-Tribune
29 April, 1997

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Margit Papp
    Margit Pap, beloved mother and grandmother, died peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends Sunday, April 27, 1997, after a long battle with cancer.  Private burial will be held at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, W. Karcher Rd. Nampa.  Memorial service will be held Wednesday, April 30, 1997, at the Nampa Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's witnesses, 2313 Southside Blvd. at 6:30 p.m.
    Margit was born September 13, 1924, in Hungary.  In 1957 she, her husband and two children came to Nampa, Idaho, from Hungary to start a new life.  She later had four more children and resided in Nampa for forty years.
    Margit, our sweet "Anyu," enjoyed gardening, cooking, and spending time with her children and grandchildren.  As one of Jehovah's Witnesses, her greatest joy was sharing with people the good news of God's Kingdom.
    Margit looked forward to the promise of a new world where "death will be no more..." Revelation 21:3, 4.  Although she has fallen asleep in death, her family and friends keep her memory alive in their hearts and minds, knowing they will see her soon in a resurrection to life on a paradise earth, John 5:28-29, Psalm 37:29
    Margit is survived by: Husband Barna Papp; son, Barney Papp, and daughters, Margit Papp, Ildiko Reese, Ava Tong, Aranka (Goldie) Hartford, Julie Papp; son-in-law, Hang Tong, Monte Reese, and Don Hartford; grandchildren, Michael Papp, Cathy Papp, Sarah Rosling, Rebekah Rosling, Renae Tong, Timothy Reese, Andrew Tong, Elaine Tong, Leah Tong and Sylvia Tong; brothers, Ferrence and Laslow Toth; sisters, Mary and Elizabeth Lakato.
    Preceded in death by her beloved Father and Mother; Grandson Daniel Rosling.



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