The Life of Rebecca A. Nnadi

Rebecca “Becky" Nnadi, (nee Asiddao), 65, formerly of Carney's Point, passed away peacefully on Dec. 5, 2017.

Born in the Philippines, she had been a resident of Carney's Point, before moving to Lansdowne, PA. 6 years ago. A graduate of Temple University, Becky had been employed as a Health Educator for the Salem Co. Health Dept., retiring in 2011. She was a member of St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish in Carney's Point. Always drawn to the arts, she was an accomplished musician playing both piano and guitar. In her youth she studied ballet and was an actor in stage productions.

Becky enjoyed cooking and baking. Known for her generosity of all things, she will be remembered for her Christian goodness and a great sense of humor. Survivors: include her children, Stephanie (John) Northrop, Christopher Nnadi, Olivia Nnadi, her brother, Jonathan (Novelyn) Asiddao and 2 grandchildren. Visitation 5- 7 pm Sunday eve at the Toppitzer Funeral Home at Arlington, 2900 State Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa 19026

Service: Funeral Mass will be 10 am Monday at the Church of St. Philomena, Baltimore Pike and Highland Ave., Lansdowne Pa 19050

Interment: Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill, PA 19026

Contributions: in her memory to National Kidney Foundation or the American Diabetes Assoc., would be preferred



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I Met a real Angel!

Almost 21 years of marriage to date, I met my Aunty Becky! I am a niece inlaw. After I got married Aunty would call me and talk to me about different things. It was wonderful. We talked on many occasions. She was so sweet and even with all the questions I asked her, she never got upset or impatient. At the end of one of our conversations, I asked her why did she share all these things. She said, “ Older people would want the younger ones to do better!” I know that I can do better because of her! I will never forget that! God Bless and rest her soul! Mrs. Laura Ezeala
Posted by Laura E on 12/9/2017

Unique in every way

Aunt Becky my first memory was the summer we visited when I was a teenager, you were a gracious hostess and you were funny, a loving mother to your kids and we would babysit. I remember your laugh. You told so many stories. You did stuff like using garri to make tapioca pudding, I remember the rice steemer in the house in Carrney's point stayed busy, also mouth watering intricately made noodles as well as popcorn for movies Uncle Oliver would rent and much more. You were always welcoming every time I visited as a teen or adult. You were a great listener and a part of our lives be it weddings,or visits after Stephen and Christine were born. Thank you for a treasure trove of great memories and kindness. Rest in peace. Ngozi Nnadi Egede
Posted by Patricia N on 12/9/2017

Genuine heart

I will always remember A. Becky as a genuine person with a sweet heart and smile. When she asked "How are you doing,?" it was not fluff, but she really wanted to know and cared. She Is in a place now, where the smiling continues....., and you are resting in perfect peace.
Posted by Stella N on 12/10/2017