Couple died in arm of each other at their 75th Anniversary:
A couple dating each other from the age of 8 from San Diego California has become inspiration for lover of today’s generation.
Jeanette Toczko, 96 and her 95-year-old husband, Alexander married in 1940 and died in the arm of each other finally. At last moment of there life, they had spent their quality time and love toward each other and after that they died in the arm of each other, in their bedroom.
Jeanette Toczko, and Alexander had celebrated 75th year anniversary and after that they died.
Couple’s daughter Aimee said that her father always used to carry her mom pic in his wallet.
Both couple were lovely in golf game and Alexander used to play golf until his hip inserd.
Level of their love can be understood from the fact that they always wanted to die together so that neither of them would be missing other after one’s death.
When they were at last stage of there life as they wanted to pass their last stage together in arm of each other. To fulfil there dream local doctor, nurse and couple’s daughter Aimee had done lot.Nurse make there bed more closer to each other to spent quality time of there last moment.
Aimee said that her mother always used to asked her that what is date today , time , month and when she told her that it’s June then she asked again that is it 29 June? because it’s there 75 anniversary and at their 75th anniversary this couple had decided to died together.“I told my mother he is gone,” Aimee said.
“She hugged him and she said, “See this is what you wanted. You died in my arms.”Post this, she lost her breath.
All located people and nurse said that ever there life they don’t seen such a lovely couple.
“They both entered the pearly gates holding hands.”The couple was buried at Miramar National Cemetery in San Diego. This reflect true love and true promise of couple.
When you love somebody then there should be not selfishness.
You can talk with someone for years, everyday, and still, it won’t mean as much as what you can have when you sit in front of someone, not saying a word, yet you feel that person with your heart, you feel like you have known the person for forever….
Connections are made with the heart, not the tongue. And this is what Alexander and Jeanette Toczko has done.