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Margaret A. Ondrejka, 86, of Lenexa, Kansas (formerly of Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin), passed away peacefully on September 20, 2022. Marge graduated from Washington High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she started her first job with the telephone company. After that, she worked for the Walt Disney Corporation as a booking agent for Wisconsin movie theaters. It was during that time she met her husband Armin at a local YWCA dance. They were married on July 2, 1960. Marge started working for Twentieth Century Fox where she was again the booking agent for Wisconsin theaters. The highlight of that position was meeting Harrison Ford in Los Angeles. She loved vacationing in northern Wisconsin with her family. Marge had two grandchildren, Brian and Kristin, whom she loved more than life itself. Her greatest enjoyment was taking care of them as they grew up. After she and her husband Armin retired, they were fortunate to travel the world together. They then moved to Overland Park, Kansas to be with her family. She was blessed with a great grandson Theo, who was the light of her life and brought miles of smiles to her.
Marge was preceded in death by her husband Armin. She is survived by her son Rob Ondrejka (Patti); grandchildren Brian Ondrejka (fiancée Dani) and Kristin Rice (Brad); and great grandson Theo. Marge is also survived by her loving brother Robert Dufek and her niece Laura St. John (Matt).
A private Celebration of Life will be held for her. Donations to the Alzheimer’s Association would be appreciated.
Bob Dufek says
A wonderful sister to me. My best friend my whole life. Will never be the same without her.
Vikki, Rhiannon, Diamond ? says
Marge, my favorite partner in crime aka friend. This CNA and her daughter, will Cherrish your love and laughter and hugs Forever.
P.S. Diamond will to
Joyce Girten says
Marge as one of my favorites!!
As a CNA/CMA I know better than to get soooo attached. I couldn’t help it!!
To see her face light up when she saw my face and say “I love you” is the reason I love my job!! When one leaves not as my family but a part of my life a small piece of me goes with them.
BOB ONDREJKA says
Mom we spent alot of time together these past two years. I know they were tough and I wish I could have made it better for you. I did the best I could and now my sadness turns to joy knowing you and Dad are dancing together again. Miss you Mom!