Imelda Snopkowski, 95, had family in New Milford
Published 6:21 pm, Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Imelda (Toussaint) Snopkowski, 95, of Danbury, died April 27 at home surrounded by her family.
Mrs. Snopkowski was born Aug. 16, 1915, in Quebec, Canada, to Antoinette (Letourneau) and Pierre Toussaint.
As an adolescent she immigrated to New Britain and later settled in Danbury, where she worked in the hatting industry. There she met her husband, the late Joseph F. Snopkowski Sr.
Mrs. Snopkowski was a member of St. Joseph Church of Danbury, where she formerly served as Eucharistic minister and was a member of the prayer group.
She also volunteered time at the Dorothy Day Hospitality House.
Mrs. Snopkowski was devoted to her family.
Mrs. Snopkowski is survived by nine children, Anne Gancsos, and her husband, Melvin, of Fairfield, Peter Snopkowski, of Danbury, Paul Snopkowski, and his wife, Marta, of Southbury, Francis Snopkowski, of Danbury, Joseph Snopkowski Jr., and his wife, Deborah, of New Milford, James Snopkoski, and his wife, Kathy, of Danbury, Mary Pina, and her husband, Raymond, of Danbury, Philip Snopkowski, of Brookfield, and Theresa Snopkowski, of Danbury; nine grandchildren, Mark Gancsos, Kristen Delgado and Zachary Snopkowski, Jason, Matthew, and Gregory Snopkoski, Derrick, and Laura Pina, and Sarah Snopkowski; three great-grandchildren, Genevieve, and Penelope Delgado, and Lucas Pina; two brothers, Philip Toussaint, and Ferdinand Toussaint; and two sisters, Germaine Benicewicz, and Georgette Talbot.
The Green Funeral Home of Danbury was in charge of arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Regional Hospice of Western CT, 405 Main St., Danbury, CT 06810.