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Schuylkill County Obituaries

Jill McElhenny Toter, 63 – Mahanoy Area Class of 1974

Jill McElhenny Toter, 63, of Shenandoah Heights, passed away Wednesday, April 1, while in the company of family members at the home of her daughter, after a long, courageous battle with cancer.

Jill was born in Mahanoy City, on May 16, 1956, a daughter of Florence (Kenvin) McElhenny-Nolan and the late John McElhenny.

She was a graduate of Mahanoy Area, class of 1974.

Jill was a member of St. Joseph the Worker Parish, Frackville.

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She spent a majority of her working career as the fragrance manager at the Bon Ton in the former Schuylkill Mall before retiring as a production worker at Mrs. T’s Pierogies in Shenandoah.

Jill was the wife of Dennis Toter for 21 years.

Jill is also survived by step-father Edward Nolan, two daughters, Siobhan Walsh of Frackville and companion Derek Schane; Tara Evans and Husband Chris, of Ashland; and a son, Steven Mroczka and wife Pam, of Park Place. She was a devoted and loving “Nanny” of six grandchildren: Emily and Johnny Walsh; Henry and Isla Evans; and Victoria and Evan Mroczka.

A brother, Jack McElhenny and wife Karen reside in Florida.

Graveside services will be private in the St. Canicus Cemetery Mahanoy City.

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