December 26, 2009
35 Railroad Street Plymouth OH 44865 12/29/2009 18:00:00
74 Pettit Street Shiloh OH 44878 12/30/2009 11:00:00
Margaret Lynn Oney of Shiloh, Ohio died Saturday, December 26, 2009 at home surrounded by her loving family. She fought a courageous battle with cancer.
She was born April 5, 1949 to Samuel and Louise Oney in Willard, Ohio. She attended Plymouth High School and had worked at Pioneer Rubber Company and Norstat. Her most rewarding job was a caregiver for many years to her family. She was also active in the Shiloh community. She was an avid collector of arts and crafts, which was very well displayed in her home.
She is survived by her father, Samuel Oney, with whom she made her home in Shiloh; her sister and her husband, Brenda and John Kline of Shelby; her brothers and their wives, Michael and Deborah Oney of Shiloh, John and Rebecca Oney of Shiloh and Mark and Jeanne Oney of Shiloh; as well as numerous nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Louise (Allen) Oney, and her grandparents William and Elsie Oney and Rev. Melv and Margaret Allen.
Calling hours will be Tuesday, December 29, 2009 from 6-8 PM at Secor Funeral Home in Plymouth, Ohio. The funeral will be Wednesday, December 30, 2009 at the Messiah House of Prayer in Shiloh, Ohio at 11:00 AM with Pastor Bill Howell officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Shiloh. Memorial contributions can be made to the Messiah House of Prayer at the funeral home or at the church. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
I miss you ! and thinking about you I love you bye.
Happy Birthday !!!! I still miss you so much! I will see you soon !
I MISS YOU SO MUCH !!
Happy Birthday !! I Miss You So Much .
Happy Birthday !! I love you , i will see you soon . i think
I love you ,and miss you more each year. See you soon! love Brenda
Happy Birthday!!! I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU SO MUCH !!
I miss you more every year !!!
Happy Birthday !! I Miss You So Much .
I miss you so much !
Happy Birthday !!
MARGARET I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU SO BAD WE HAD YEARS OF FRIEND SHIP AND JUST TALKING YOU SURE MADE A DIFFERENCE IN MY LIFE WE NEVER DID GET TO MEET IN PERSON BUT I KNEW AS WELL AS ANY ONE IN THIS WORLD YOUR TRUE FRIEND PJ……
MARGARET I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU SO BAD WE HAD YEARS OF FRIEND SHIP AND JUST TALKING YOU SURE MADE A DIFFERENCE IN MY LIFE WE NEVER DID GET TO MEET IN PERSON BUT I KNEW YOU AS WELL AS ANY ONE IN THIS WORLD YOUR TRUE FRIEND PJ……
I miss you!
To my sister in-law Margaret If only you knew how much I miss you already. I know that you will always be in my heart but it is still so hard not to take care of you just like you always took care of all of us. I miss watching our favorite shows together.
Love Debbie Oney
Mark and Family,
So sorry to hear about your sister passing you have my deepest sympathy.
Mark and Jeanne,
So sorry to read about Margaret.
I remember when we were little and playing at your house. She was always bringing us pop and Sandwiches. She isn’t suffering anymore. My family’s thoughts and prayers are with you.
Rob, Sue and Jordyn
I only met Margaret Oney once, about three years ago, but to meet her once was enough to know that she was a caring person who loved her family.
This is a little something I wrote a few years back, and now I wanted to adapt it and post it here for you all to read, because it applies so well to everything I have heard about Margaret.
We know that Margaret is in a better place, and yes, there is sorrow due to her passing. But the sorrow is with us, and for us. We shouldn’t be sad for Margaret; she’s with the Father in paradise! We’re only saddened by the fact that we have to face the remainder of life’s journey without Margaret, not that she’s passed on. I believe that when we pass on, we’ll arrive in Glory at the same moment that Margaret gets there, so she’s not missing us at all. I only say this because when we leave our bodies, we are with Jesus Christ, who is with God who sees the beginning from the end. This means that she is OUTSIDE the confines of time as we know it. Since there is no “time” in paradise, when we pass on and get there, Margaret will have just gotten there too! We are separated from Margaret not just by territorial limits, but because she has stepped through that door that God has promised all who truly believe in Jesus Christ. Now Margaret lives in a world where there is no more pain, no more sorrow and she awaits us there. All we need to understand is that if we trust in Jesus Christ (like I know Margaret did!), we will be with her in Glory. Remember this; death has done all that death can do. I’m reminded of 1 Corinthians 15:55 where it is written “Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” As Margaret has gone her way, we’ve been left with the joyful hope she had, which is to see Jesus, up close and personal. In Margaret’s last days, she saw through a glass dimly (as we all do), but now, she sees her savior face to face – Amen!
I can’t wait to see our Lord, the eternal King Jesus Christ! Margaret is so blessed right now.
May The Lord be your guide and may He cause His face to shine upon you.
Peace be with you.
To John and Brenda and all who loved Margaret. My heart goes out to all of you . I know your hearts are broken and feels like they will never heal. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May the Lord bring comfort and healing in this time of sorrtow. If it wasn’t for the death, burial and ressurection of Jesus Christ, we would have no hope after we leave this world. To God be all the glory. Dave and Debbie Fagan
Mark and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your sister you and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.
To my Uncle Sam and my cousins Brenda, Mike, Dave and Markey,
I know how hard it will be missing Margaret’s beautiful smiling face, her shinning eyes and hearing her soft spoken voice. May all your memories of her bring you peace till you all meet again, and you will in heaven. My heart goes out to you all at this very difficult time.
Love, Terrie Gibson
Brenda, sosorry for the loss of your sister. a loss is never easy but arounnd the holidays it is even harder. please know you have my sympathy and condolences
Margaret was the nicest neighbor I ever had, she would do anything for you and if you visited her she would feed you well. My thoughts and prayers go out to her father and family, I know she will be truely missed by those who knew her.