OBITUARY

Eleanor Angela Thobe

January 18, 1930January 12, 2021
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On January 12, 2021, Eleanor Angela Thobe (nee Vlach) peacefully passed away. She was the beloved wife of the late H. Richard Thobe; devoted mother of Katherine E. Vollmer, Richard C. Thobe and his wife Annette, and Thomas A. Thobe and his wife Sandi; loving grandmother of Nicolle Ciofalo, and Nicholas, Alexandra, Tara, Victoria, and Marissa Thobe; cherished great-grandmother of Andrew and Olivia Ciofalo. Due to the current COVID restrictions the funeral services will be private. Condolences may be left for the family at www.schimunekfuneralhomes.com.

  • FAMILY

  • The late Richard H. Thobe, Husband
  • Katherine E. Vollmer, Daughter
  • Richard C. Thobe and his wife Annette, Son
  • Thomas A. Thobe and his wife Sandi, Son
  • Nicolle Ciofalo, Grandchild
  • Nicholas Thobe, Grandchild
  • Tara Thobe, Grandchild
  • Alexandra Thobe, Grandchild
  • Victoria Thobe, Grandchild
  • Marissa Thobe, Grandchild
  • Andrew Ciofalo, Great Grandchild
  • Olivia Ciofalo, Great Grandchild

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Carol Lowrie

January 18, 2021

"Just call me Grandma Thobe" were the first words she said to me".
She was always Grandma Thobe and so was Grandpa Thobe.
Grandma Thobe was just your typical all American Grandma, She made you feel welcome, always a smile and a cuddle.
She will be sadly missed by everyone. Have a heavenly happy birthday today and give Grandpa a big hug.

Lots of love Carol (your adopted granddaughter from Scotland)
xxxx

Aleda Neeson

January 16, 2021

My condolences to the Thobe families; I am sorry I could not be there in person, but my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Aunt Eleanor was always so welcoming to everyone, so full of cheer and love. She always seemed to be in a great mood and had a love for life and family. One could never visit without being offer a cup of coffee or something to eat, and some of my fondest memories include time spent with her while enjoying coffee and donuts at the kitchen table. She’d always make me laugh when she’d use her Czech terminology ( describing our nationality, my brother’s name, a certain part of the anatomy, etc.) And I remember her radiating such joy and love when she showed me her “prayer room” front porch in her house. I have no doubt she is wonderfully at peace in Heaven with her Savior and loved ones who have passed.

Sandy Barker

January 13, 2021

Aunt Eleanor always brought laughter and smiles to our faces: dressed up as the crazy lady at Halloween, tanning on the beach in Ocean City, sitting at the basement "bar" singing the oldies, waving her "tea towel" thru the kitchen window to say 'hi' to Grandmom... Her beautiful smile always lit up the room and is surely shining brightly today in Heaven.

Thomas Lennon

January 12, 2021

Kathy, Richard and Tommy, So sorry for your loss, your mom was always smiling and fun to visit. May God Bless Her and your family

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