Lillian Daisy Toby was born June 20, 1927 in Indianapolis, Indiana Lillian affectionately known as “Daisy”. She attended School #42 and later graduated Crispus Attucks High School in 1946. She excelled in English and was an avid reader and loved science.
Daisy was employed at RCA from 1950 to 1966, at Naval Avionics from 1966 to 1974 and at the Main Post Office in Indianapolis until her retirement in 1989.
Daisy departed this life Sunday December 11, 2022 at the age of 95 years old Daisy was the child of Ralph Weems (deceased) and Cecil Barr (deceased) Daisy married William Toby (deceased) on her birthday June 20, 1996, so she would never forget their anniversary.
Daisy gave her life to Christ at the early age of 10 years old at First Baptist Church North Indianapolis under Reverend FF Young Daisy later joined Eastern Star Church in 1989 under the Leadership of Pastor Jeffery Johnson and she dearly loved attending church and being active. She was active in several ministries: Senior Saints, Food Pantry, Missionaries, Child Care Aid, and Pastors Aid.
Daisy loved reading, being active in her church, spending time with family and friends, volunteer work and dancing. Daisy also enjoyed shopping and watching television in her spare time. She was often complemented for her beautiful style of dress and the way she carried herself with such class.
Daisy was a woman of faith who loved the Lord and touched the lives of many. She never met a stranger.
Daisy was a pet enthusiast and loved dogs, she loved her dog Coco.
Daisy’s hobbies were Part of Line dance group Municipal Gardens, Women’s Group Danced at Indiana Black Expo, Interior Design, Traveling, and Riding motorcycles.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and sister Sharon Weems.
She leaves to cherish in her memory her daughter Darlene Robinson (Ronnie deceased), Tony Lasley (Mae), sister Paulette Weems; grandchildren, Shanay Lasley, Kevin Easley Sr, Alfonso Easley Sr; nieces Lauryn Weems, Kyley Weems and a host of great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren