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Becky Ongley

1971 - 2021

Linesville, PA


Becky Ongley, 49, of Linesville, passed away, Thursday, April 15, 2021.


She was born October 19, 1971 in Erie, a daughter of Lawrence and Maxine Davis Antoniuk.  She married Kevin Ongley in 1992 and he preceded her in death in 2007.


Becky was a graduate of Conneaut Valley High School and was a homemaker.  She was very artsy and craftsy and enjoyed being outdoors, swimming and hiking.


Becky was a loving and devoted mother, daughter and grandmother.  She loved spending time with her family, especially her children.


Survivors include three children, Nicole Antoniuk (Paul Townsend) of Conneaut Lake, Katlyn Ongley (fiancé Kyle Wiltrout) of Polk, and Darin Ongley of Conneaut Lake; her mother, Maxine Antoniuk of Linesville; three grandchildren, Anthony, Bailey, and Maisie; four siblings, Ellie, Mike, Virginia, and Susan; and several nieces and nephews.


She was preceded in death by her father, husband, and a sister, Leona.


Services are private.


The arrangements have been entrusted to the ROBERT W. WAID FUNERAL HOME, 581 CHESTNUT ST., MEADVILLE where memories and condolences may be shared at www.waidfuneralhome.net

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Steven Dodge II

April 21, 2021 1:18 PM

Well, where do I start?
Aunt Becky was someone who always had a smile on her face when you seen her. She always had the greatest jokes to tell. She always was full of love. This was my Aunt.
I have not one bad or negative memory of Aunt Becky. Ever since I was young she was always finding a way to make me and all of my siblings, my cousins, and her children laugh. Some memories I cherish are as follows- when I was about 5 I had to go to the Dentists office to get a tooth pulled. Boy was I scared. But Aunt Becky surprised me with a pack of cinnamon swirl wheels and sat with me in the back seat of the car on the way there. And then there was our Deer Park trip with Grandma and Uncle Mike when I was about 6-7 years old. The whole time she was joking and laughing with all of us and I will always look back thoughtfully on our memories. She was a loving daughter to my Grandmother Maxine- she was always right by her side when she needed it. She also raised two strong girls I’m proud to call my cousins. I know she can see how much she meant to more people than she could fathom and I hope she knows that I wish I could have seen her once more time. I hope you Rest In Peace Aunt Becky, I love you so much and I am so sorry I didn’t get to see you the last two years. Please watch over all of us down here and we will meet again.


April 20, 2021 10:54 AM

Becky was a customer of the Dollar General that I work. She and her mom both were friendly and nice. She would always joke around. I'm sure she will be missed by us that knew her. Rest in eternal peace Becky.  And prayers and condolences to all your family members, especially your Mom.

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