Bonnie Angermeier

Born: 10/05/1941 Passed:

Bonnie Angermeier was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, sister, and friend. She passed away peacefully surrounded by her husband and children on November 9, 2021, at age 80. She was born on October 05, 1941, in Altoona, PA to the late Pearl and Ralph Leipold. She graduated from Altoona High School where she met her husband, Ken Angermeier, sharing 60 years of marriage. They raised their three children, Tracy, Ken Jr, and Tressa in North Canton, OH., where she was a homemaker and administrative assistant at St. Thomas Aquinas High School.

Bonnie was a member of St. Paul’s Catholic Church in North Canton, Ohio. She enjoyed tennis, family vacations in Hilton Head Island, SC, shopping with her granddaughters and volunteering at Mercy Medical Center. Bonnie showed her strength and perseverance over the last 15 years fighting back from a major medical set back.

She is survived by husband, Ken; daughter, Tracy (Tim) Rife; son, Ken (Josh Holder); grandchildren, Dr. Lauren (Nate) Fockler, Kelsey Rife; great-grandchild, Reid Fockler; brothers, Dick and Bill Leipold; and many nieces, nephews.

In addition to her parents, Bonnie is preceded in heaven by daughter, Tressa Angermeier, brother, Bob Leipold, and sister, Terry Merritts

Immediate family will hold a private Celebration of Life at a future date.


6 Tributes to Bonnie Angermeier

  1. Peggy Johnston says:

    I am writing to say some things about Bonnie; I read about her passing in the Repository this morning. My sincerest condolences to Ken, Tracy, Ken Jr., and their families. My memories of Bonnie are very fond; the tennis matches at Skyland Pines, the fun talks about Hilton Head; just a wonderful family. Tressa stole our hearts, as my children loved her, and she was their babysitter many times as they were growing up.
    My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. God bless you all; I believe Bonnie and Tressa are smiling down on you now

    • Jennifer Walsh says:

      Tracy, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. It’s always so sad to lose a parent. Your memories of her will keep her with you. Prayers to you and your family.

  2. Michelle (Miller) Weickert says:

    My sincerest sympathy to all of you as you mourn this great loss. You all are in my thoughts and prayers and will remain so. Ken, you are a beautiful witness of God’s love with the sacrifices you made each day in caring for her. May you all be comforted by the fond memories you have had with her. May God rest her soul and bring his healing love to all of you.

  3. Beverly Kimble says:

    As a distant neighbor, I did not know Bonnie well. But Ken, walking the dogs, would stop and talk to my husband, Herb, and Jim, the neighbor next to me. They became very close friends and very supportive to Herb before he died. I would like to extend my sympathy and condolences to Ken for the love and care he gave to Bonnie over the years and the support he gave to Herb, who had ALS. Ken, you are a good and caring man of God. Bonnie and Tressa must be very proud of you, as I am too.

    • Susan Johnston says:

      Dear Tracy & Family….Eternal Rest grant unto Bonnie O’Lord & let perpetual light shine upon her.
      My deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mother, Grandmother, & Great-Grandmother. A wonderful legacy she has in all of you.

    • Michele Angermeier says:

      It is a great tribute to Bonnie and Ken that they do have such a close and loving family.

      I’m sorry for your loss.

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