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Tonia Patricia Haywood
October 8, 1963 ~ October 21, 2022 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Our dear sweet mamabear, Tonia Patricia Haywood, unexpectedly left us on October 21, 2022, at the age of 59. She was a loving and caring person who made many friends wherever she went. She an abundance of people who loved her and was a well-known member of the community in Dayton, Ohio. Her life accomplishments she was most proud of were her children and grandchildren. Her favorite past time was to spend time with them and see them smile. She was known for her free spirit, her upbeat nature, and her ability to survive many things. She loved to spread happiness and brought many smiles to others wherever she went. She was preceded in death by her husband Craig Haywood, her parents Kasey and Esther Wolford, her brother Earl Wolford, and her brother-in-laws Tom Miracle and Bruce Metzler. She is survived by her children Eric (Melissa) Wolford, Allen Haywood, Paul (Tiffany) Haywood, her grandchildren Derek, Kryslyn, Devan, and Kylie, her daughter in law Amanda Spears, her siblings Danny (Barb) Wolford, Dreama Miracle, Sharon Metzler, Kenneth Wolford (who recently left us), numerous nieces and nephews who loved and adored her dearly, and her best friend French Fry.
To honor Tonia’s memory, we are holding a celebration of life on December 11th, 2022, at 2:30 P.M. Services will be held at New Hope Church,530 Xenia Ave, Dayton, OH 45410. Family will receive guests immediately following services. We invite anyone who knew her to attend and remember her beautiful spirit. We ask attendees to come as you are. Tonia loved everyone for who they were, not what they wore. To end the celebration of Tonia’s life there will be a lantern release at Washington Park by invite only.