Ivy Frederick Obituary, Death Cause – Dr. Ivy Elaine Frederick, who was 49 years old and a resident of Ellwood City at the time of her dying on March 6, 2023, had passed away on that day. She had been ill for some time. Ivy’s parents, Paul Frederick and Diana Kondrasuk Frederick, had both passed away before to their daughter’s birth in Ellwood City on July 10, 1973. Ivy was named after her late father and mother.
Marriage took place between Paul Frederick and Diana Kondrasuk Frederick. She completed her secondary education in 1991 and graduated with honors from Lincoln High School, which was also the location where she obtained her high school diploma. After that, Ivy pursued her education in optometry at Duquesne University as well as the Pennsylvania College of Optometry so that she could earn degrees in optometry from both of those universities.
Ivy is survived by her sister and brother-in-law, Shannon and Rick Myers, both of Ellwood City; her niece, Madison Myers, also of Ellwood City; her aunt Carol Kondrasuk of Bradenton, Florida; her aunt and uncle, Carol and Ken Hink of Port Orange, Florida; her Godmother, Kim (Steve) Ottaviani Johnson of Hollywood, Florida; and her two puppies, Kiki and Koda. She will be greatly missed by all of her family and friends. Everyone who knew and loved her will grieve her passing in their own unique ways.
Ivy’s great-grandparents Jack and Shermanetta Kondrasuk, as well as her other great-grandparents Ralph and Mary Frederick, as well as her nephew Gavin Myers, her aunt Debbie Kondrasuk, and both of her uncles George Frederick and David Kondrasuk, all moved away before Ivy was born. Ivy’s mother and father were the first members of Ivy’s family to join her in the afterlife when she passed on.
Dr. Ivy will be missed by a large number of devoted and loyal patients from the New Castle Wal-Mart Vision Center, in addition to a considerable number of friends, coworkers, and colleagues. All of these individuals will grieve deeply over the loss of Dr. Ivy. These patients learned to respect and like Dr. Ivy as a result of the treatment that she provided for them over a period of more than twenty years; hence, they are heartbroken to learn that she has passed away.
At some point in the future, we are going to get together to remember and pay tribute to Ivy’s life while also celebrating the fact that she lived. Honoraria can be given to the Ellwood City Fire Department in Ivy’s name as a kind of contribution to the department in recognition of her service.