Margaret L. Antona
March 14, 1929 – January 5, 2021
Margaret Antona March 14, 1929 – January 5, 2021 Washingtonville, NY
Margaret “Marge” 92 years old passed away in the afternoon on Tuesday January 5th 2021. Marge resided with her daughter Theresa until the last months where she passed at Campbell Hall Rehabilitation. She was a lifelong resident of Orange County, NY. Devoted wife, mother, grandmother & great grandmother. She was working for the telephone company when she had met the love of her life Joe at Avalon Roller Skating rink in Newburgh, NY on Easter Sunday in 1951. Marge & Joe married on June 22nd, 1957 where her life as an only child quickly changed marrying into a family where Joe was the youngest of 9 siblings. They resided in Joe’s family home where they lived with their 5 children; & her mother-in-law Josephine, who loved to prepare for the family her homemade Italian dishes and ingredients from the family garden & fresh home baked breads & pastas. They attended St. Mary’s Church together & treating the children to fresh hard rolls and donuts on Sunday mornings became tradition along with family vacations to Barnegat Light LBI where they would spend a week to two weeks & brought friends along with them. Marge preceded in death by her husband Joe, father Arnold Aikens & mother Rose her grandchildren, Kyle Anderson & Lacole Antona. Marge is survived by one sibling of Joe her sister-in-law Marguerite Re, five children: Joseph Antona Jr & wife Lynn, John Antona, Theresa Antona-Cowton with Walker Pavez, Michael Antona, Mary Colvard & husband John; grandchildren: Elizabeth Antona, Craig & Matthew Agazzi- Cowton, Jen Antona, Joseph Antona III, Lesley & Ian Seriachick, Natasha Antona, Michael Antona & Chris Anderson; great grandchildren: Madison, Hayden & Sara Frank, Emanuel, Steven, Angel, Alicia & Lanette Greene, Wyatt & Weston Antona & Brayden Agazzi-Cowton; along with extended cousins, nieces and nephews. Arrangements will be by David T Ferguson Funeral Home, 20 North Street in Washingtonville, NY with current travel/quarantine restrictions a memorial service & flowers/donations to be announced for June 2021.
Saturday, May 8, 2021