Here’s a link to a site that shows the Tolleth surname distribution worldwide.
Kristy was a popular, gregarious cheerleader in high school, who became a young mother to her daughter Cassandra at 19. Then she found a drug life style that took her away from us for 20 years. In 2010 she suffered an aneurysm and by God’s grace and mercy she was healed from that long time addiction and she never touched any drug again.
While she fought through the physical complications caused by her lifestyle in the past, she found a passion to help homeless and also to talk to young people about drug abuse. Our mom, Mary Ann, was inspired by Kristy’s sincere desire so the two of them began gathering items for homeless people, for blessing bags and started the charity Kristy’s Legacy, a foundation Kristy hoped would do good after she was gone. https://www.facebook.com/KristysLegacy/?fref=ts
In August 2012, she went in to hospital for a small scheduled surgery. It didn’t turn out well as expected. She nearly lost her life right after the surgery. Yet she was determined to live through so she could share her story with others. Many of her friends and her church family prayed for her healing. After 3 weeks she was released from the hospital to go home.
She was able to spend 3 days with family and her kitty that she loved before God called her Home on September 7th, 2012. She was survived by her daughter Cassandra Grimmet, siblings Kathy Tolleth McQueen, Jon Tolleth, and Sandra Laurence. Also her parents Fred Tolleth, and Maryann and Jerry Haynes.
Hale Tolleth was born in 1930 to Therese Domagalski and Claire Tolleth.
Hale Tolleth lived in Bakersfield, California, in 1960.
Hale Tolleth lived in Bakersfield, California during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis when the nation waited with bated breath as the world’s superpowers narrowly avoided nuclear war.
His father Claire passed away on January 21, 1964, in Los Angeles, California, at the age of 61.
Hale Tolleth lived in Walnut Creek, California, in 1980.
Hale Tolleth married Alice M Tickner in Monterey, California, on July 20, 1985, when he was 55 years old.
Dr. Hale Tolleth’s primary emphasis of practice has been cleft lip and palate. He received his medical degree from the University of Southern California and completed his plastic surgery training at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital in San Francisco. He served a fellowship in plastic surgery with the African Medical and Research Foundation in Nairobi, Kenya. Dr. Tolleth’s academic activities include serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor of surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine and Clinical Instructor in Plastic Surgery, University of California, Davis. He has been on the board of directors of Interplast, the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, PLASTIKOS, the California Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic surgery, and the California Cleft and Craniofacial Coalition. Dr. Tolleth’s overseas work includes the countries of Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Western Samoa, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Indonesia, the Phillipines, Mexico, Honduras, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and the Republic of Palau.
Married to Joan L Tolleth, Alan died of Lung Cancer which metastasized to his brain. He had a degree in Biochemistry and once told me a story about helping put man on the moon by inventing something that worked within the filtration system. Apparently he got a plaque from NASA for it. I am told it hung at the Smithsonian, someday I’d like to apply to see it and check out the story.. He quit working as a chemist because he said the labs were too dangerous, people kept getting blown up. Afterwards he started to raise cattle in Oregon. We had a big Fourth of July family reunions there every year. He and my father Fred were very close, but I never met my Uncle Hale because of a falling out between the brothers. He and Joan had four sons; Jon, David, Grant and Matthew who survived him.