Constance Tosten

Constance Tosten

Monday, December 11th, 1939 - Saturday, December 29th, 2018
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Constance “Connie” Tosten, 79 of Chambersburg passed away on December 29, 2018 at Hershey Medical Center. She was born December 11, 1939 in Chambersburg the daughter of the late Benjamin and Alta (Chaloupka) Schaff. Connie was a member of Mount Olivet Methodist Church and a graduate of Chambersburg High School. She worked for 42 years at the Chambersburg Area School District as a bus driver and at J&B Fashion as a seamstress. Her nickname was “Mom of all Trades”, there was nothing she could not do but what she enjoyed best was working with her husband, Lester, sharing their love for trains and working together in their garden railroad. Surviving are her husband of 62 years, Lester Tosten, daughters: Candy Barndollar, Cindy and Bob Kean; son,Tom and Lori Tosten and daughter, Wendy Hill; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; brother; Ben and Mary Ann Schaff; sister; Marlynn and Joe Rotz. She was preceded in death by her sons, Richard and Roger Tosten, sister, Abigail and brother-in-law, Gene Furry. Connie was a loving wife, mom grandmother and great-grandmother, She touched many lives with her love and kindness. She will be missed and will remain alive in the hearts of all that were blessed to have known her. Memorial donations may be made to Wilson College Fulton Center for sustainability in memory of Constance (Connie) Tosten. This is the farm and the money can be used for seeds, flowers or anything else related to the farm. Funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family. Online condolences may be expressed at
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Posted at 06:48pm
Dear Les and Family,
We are so sorry to read of Connie's passing. May God continue to give you comfort through this very sad and difficult time. Our prayers are with you. Bob and Kay Foreman

Posted at 10:57am
To Connie's family,
Please know we are very sorry for your loss. Having just lost Tom's brother,Harold Gabler, we know how difficult it can be. Connie was indeed a very sweet and caring person. She baked both of my son's graduation cakes and made a set of draperies. I would quite often see her at the bus ramp if I was subbing for a teacher that had the busy duty that day. We couldn't really visit but would just wave.
Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time.
Love Tom and Bunny Gabler

c. collier

Posted at 09:09pm
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of time spent together until you meet again. The Bible promises a res- urrection of our loved ones that have fallen asleep in death. Then we can be together forever in perfect peace , health and happiness, without the threat of death (John 5:28, 29). For more comfort from the Scriptures, please visit

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Posted at 09:08pm
Sending thoughts and prayers to Connie's family. She was a wonderful kind friend and coworker who I got to know at transportation. My family and I still have the beautiful curtains hanging in our home that she made for us. She will truly be missed by many.
Ken & Becky Runk

Dixie Bard

Posted at 01:27pm
My prayers and thoughts are with the family of Connie..she will greatly be missed..she was the sweetest lady ever..Working with her and the girls at Stanley..her love of baking..sewing ..her crafts..she will be greatly missed...Dixie Bard

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