Roseanna Toth had no idea that when she went into her office one morning at the end of May, that one of her longest running dreams was about to become much more feasible. Toth had wanted to put up a chain link fence in her backyeard to let her dogs roam safely and keep others out of her property, but everytime she thought she had the money, it would end up going to help someone she knew instead.
Her generosity and selflessness grabbed the attention of those she worked with at the Rural Nevada Development Corporation and as well as her family and friends, eventually prompting her mother Diane to write into local county radio station KDSS to explain in a heartfelt letter why Roseanna should be chosen to be the station’s “Angel in Disguise” winner for the month. When the radio station’s hosts Karen Livingston and Jodi Foster read the letter, they knew they had to do something for Toth.
Livingston and Foster surprised Toth inside her office on May 29 bearing a vase of flowers, balloons, a recognition award and a gift card good for $500 worth of fencing supplies at Bath Lumber.