So very sorry. Please accept our deepest condolences. Barbara and Greg Fedorchak
Dear Susan and Duane, So sorry to hear of the passing of your daughter Becky. Elfriede and Len Cackowski
Wonderful memories of our Alaskan Cruise. Such a vibrant young lady. Our deepest sympathy to her beautiful family.
So terribly sorry and sad to hear of Becky's passing. Becky was truly a loving and kind person. Now she and Greg are together in heaven. May God bless her and give strength to the family. All are being remembered in my prayers.
What a tragic end to this beautiful young lady!! So vibrant full of life so much to give and live. Sam and I have no words except we love you all and if you need anything we are only phone call away!!
My deepest condolences to the entire family. Words cannot express how deeply sorry I am. I wrote the words below on her Facebook in an attempt to capture her amazing personality and how much of a positive impact she had on my life and everyone else’s she came in contact with:
Becky Davison my heart broke when I found out yesterday that you are no longer with us. You were the most caring, selfless, amazing woman I ever had the pleasure of meeting and becoming friends with. Your strength, witty humor, dark and twisty personality, sarcasm and intelligence were unsurpassed by anyone.
The first day I met you was our freshman year at Rider University. I was unpacking and suddenly there was this girl in my doorway. You nervously said hi, and then asked if I wanted to go get lunch.... but forgot to introduce yourself! We were instant friends.
I will cherish all of the memories we made together: the good, the bad, the hilarious, the stupid, the plain fun. You were the best copilot with me picking up our intoxicated friends from bars or people’s houses. You took me to the hospital when I had an allergic reaction and had to rub my butt for me after an injection. We rescued a kitten from the barn you worked at and hid her in your dorm room for months! We had spontaneous dance sessions... with no music. We sat on our beds knitting like 90 year old grandmas. We took multiple trips to Maryland to visit my family, who loved you so much. We experienced the best surprise party ever. We drove to the Poconos in the middle of the night and got lost. We were hostesses at Erini Restaurant together and loved to dance at 123 Wednesday’s. We both got our first dogs and figured out how to train them together. You supported me and loved me through a bad string of boyfriends, and I watched in awe as you and Greg grew more and more in love. We laughed in the hospital after a couple of your brain surgeries because I would walk in and you were knitting or making funny faces.
As time went on, I moved farther north. We never lost touch. We spent hours on the phone together catching up on every aspect of our lives, laughing, crying, and supporting one another through it all. You came to my bachelorette party, my bridal shower, and my wedding, even though you had recently had another surgery.
The last time I saw you was two and a half years ago, right before I moved to North Carolina. I got to see your house, Ollie, and catch up with you in person and will never forget that last hug I got from you. I’m so glad that even living so many states away that we talked whenever we could and were able to still feel like no time had passed.
The last time I talked to you was on my birthday. You had recently lost Greg, and your whole world was turned upside down... but you still called me to wish me a happy birthday. And that’s just who you were. It didn’t matter what was going on in your life, you still showed the ones you loved how much you cared for them. I wish we could have done more to help you. The only thing bringing me solace right now is that you are no longer in pain and are most likely with Greg listening to him playing the guitar and smiling. You will forever be on my mind and in my heart. I love you so much. ♥️
My deepest condolences from the Special Strides family. I loved my deep discussions with Becky her spirit, her genuineness, her love of animals and her desire to make a difference. She made a difference helping us to "improve lives one strides at a time". May her name be a blessing and may she rest in peace. Laurie Landy
Becky was a very caring person. When our Buster was at the end of his life she held him for a few hours and she made him feel so comfortable. She loved people and animals and she always took that extra step to make others feel better about themselves. She had an infectious laugh and it really came from her heart. I know that Becky and Greg really loved each other through their ups and downs. Its so hard to believe that we lost two good and loving people in less than 2 months. I know that they are together and happy! My thoughts and prayers are with both their families during this difficult time.