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Sylvia Caroline Ridgeway

23 novembre 193111 octobre 2017
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Sylvia Caroline Ridgeway of Winter Springs, Florida passed away on Tuesday, October 11, 2017 at 7:15 AM with loved ones at her bedside. Sylvia's husband, Frank, preceded her in death in 2016. Sylvia was born in New Kensington, PA on November 23, 1931, and graduated from West Dear High School where she participated in basketball, gymnastics and played the clarinet in the school band. She moved to Washington, D.C. where she met the love of her life, Frank W. Ridgeway. They married on March 14, 1951, and remained in a loving marriage for 65 years. They owned homes and lived in Akron,Ohio, Wilmington, NC, Belington, WV and Winter Springs, Florida. Sylvia had a passion for gardening and spent many hours creating beautiful flowers and gardens. She also loved decorating and took great pride in their homes. Their favorite home was their A-frame nestled in 155 acres in the beautiful mountains in West Virginia where their children and grandchildren enjoyed many visits. Sylvia is survived by her two daughters: Sandra and her husband Ed Sengel of Winter Springs, Fl and Sherry and her husband, Bruce Hickman of Wilmington, NC Sylvia had 4 wonderful grandchildren: Sandra's daughter's, Leslie Getchell ( husband Matt) and Chelsea in Austin, Texas, and Sherry's sons, Frank and George in Phuket, Thailand. Sylvia is also survived by her niece, Madelaine Brown of Gibsonia, PA. Funeral arrangements will be held at Baldwin Fairchild Goldenrod. Visitation is at 11:00 AM followed by a Funeral Service at 12:00. After the burial service, a reception will be held at the family home.

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Cristin Dusenbury

26 mars , 2018

Sandra and Sherry and family,
I am just now seeing this about your mother's passing. I was so sad to see it and to read about your dad's passing as well. Your parents were so dear to me and my fondest memories of growing up on Marysville Road were of walking up to Frank and Sylvia's with my dog Trixie . Frank and I were dog loving buddies. Sylvia was so good to me and would give me clothes, or perfume, or just little things she new a young lady would like. I will never forget them. They weren't grandparents to me, or blood relative, they will just always be "Frank and Sylvia." And that A-frame house will always be Frank and Sylvia's.
Fondly,
Cristin Carpenter Dusenbury

Denise Donaldson

16 octobre , 2017

So very sorry for your loss. Aunt Syl was such a sweetheart! We always had so much fun when we all got together. I bet her and grandma Mary are already playing a game of Scrabble!

16 octobre , 2017

It will be dimmer on earth,but brighter in Heaven.I wouldn't be surprised if she's already playing clarinet with the angels.In my heart forever dear Aunt Sil.Love Maddy and Butch

Karen Cappabianca

16 octobre , 2017

I consider it an honor to have known and met Sylvia. She was such a lovely lady. Always had a smile on her face. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

14 octobre , 2017

My time with Sylvia was much too short. I was one of her caregivers with Comfort Keepers, and she was one of the most special people I have had the pleasure of caring for. I will treasure the time we had together, and all the things I learned from her. Blessings to all the very special and loved family members.


Phyllis Hudson, Comfort Keepers

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