Megan Fedorko Memorial Fund

As many people already know, Megan Patrick Fedorko – wife, mother of two, and a 3rd grade teacher at Barrington Elementary School – passed away suddenly on November 29, 2012. This was completely unexpected and is a devastating loss to her husband Brian Fedorko, her two young children, Lauren (6) and Nikolas (4), as well as their family and friends.

Megan was a wonderful person, a caring friend, a loving wife, devoted mother and dedicated teacher who touched many lives. There has been a tremendous amount of support and love being given to Brian and his family but still many are looking for a way to help.

If you are a person that would like to help the family in this time of sorrow and great upheaval then please consider giving to the Megan Fedorko Memorial Fund.

Brian is a dedicated father who will be adjusting to a new life for he and his children over the coming months and years. Support to this fund will go directly toward the children’s college fund and general needs as they transition their lives following this terrible and unexpected loss.

The Megan Fedorko Memorial Fund has been established to support the family.

You can donate securely through paypal using a credit card or bank account. All funds will be deposited into the Megan Fedorko Memorial Fund account.

We have set this fund up with Brian’s permission as a place for people to give support if they so choose, as well as being in lieu of flowers.

Please share this with those you feel would like to know about this way to help the family.

20 thoughts on “Megan Fedorko Memorial Fund

  1. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your beautiful family. Megan was a wonderful and warm person who was loved by so many. We send our deepest sympathy to you, your family and friends.

  2. Much love to Lauren and her family. Miri and her family are holding love and light in our hearts for all of you in this unexpected transition.

  3. To the Fedorko family,
    Megan’s warm smile touched all at Barrington. Rest assured – she is in good company.

    The Little Family
    Linda, Stu, Andy and Charllie

  4. I knew Megan only through her lovely mother, Ann Patrick. We were so blessed to have had Ann touch our lives; I can imagine what a wonderful blessing Megan was as well. Dan and I are unbelievably saddened by the news of Megan’s death.
    With love,
    Mary Ellen and Daniel Bibyk

  5. It is with great sadness that we heard about the death of your beloved Megan. Megan’s mom Ann taught my son 3rd grade at Greensview in 2003-2004, a wonderful year for him with a kind, compassionate teacher. All of the Barrington families that have talked about Megan say the same thing about her. I met Megan once and met Lauren when she was a baby. Hugs to Ann and Ken and Brian, Lauren and Nicolas, the families of Holly and Tyler.
    Thoughts and prayers
    Chris, Clark and Spencer Larsen

  6. Megan was a wonderful person and a very special teacher. I only heard great things about her everywhere I went. Her very special parents and entire family need to know our sympathy and our prayers are with them.
    Dan and Donna Donovan

  7. Megan was a sweetheart. Although I did not work with her all the time, I enjoyed working with her whenever I had the opportunity, and I enjoyed celebrating with Megan as she become a wife and mother. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. My kids were both so lucky to have Megan as their 3rd grade teacher and, as timing had it, to share in the excitement of both of her pregnancies during those years. We will miss her.
    Anne Marie, Terry, Cam and Caitlin Walker

  9. Heartbreak for the entire family of Megan. My family has a connection to Megan’s mother, Ann as she was a teacher to both my boys at Greensview School. She was such a gift and I am sure that Megan was the same to her students. Her bother, Tyler became close also as he would watch our boys from time to time. Since the moment I heard the news you have not been out of my thoughts. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you!!! Terri, Graydon, Bryan and Corey Webb

  10. Ann had my daughter, Meghan, in kindergarten and third grade. We came to know Megan through the family stories Ann shared with her class and with the parents, too. It was a special Greensview connection we all felt. We send our deepest condolences to you. Love and prayers,
    Link, Debby, Bobby, Colby and Meghan Murphy

  11. Our family is from Wilson Hill where Lauren is a 1st grader, although we have no personal connection to the Fedorko Family as a mother myself and having children that attend Wilson Hill my heartaches for your loss…. from our family to yours we send our deepest heartfelt condolences and prayers…..God Blessing you all
    Kiara Curry

  12. Megan is my cousin, I was suprised to hear of her death. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family. I will be thinking of you all. Ken and Ann, I am very sorry, I know that with the strength and love of family and friends you will get through this trying time.

  13. I didn’t know Megan well as an adult, but I can only imagine that over the years she continued to be kind, silly, trustworthy & genuine. Not easy traits for a high school girl to master – but Megan was always true to herself and to those around her. She will be missed. Our prayers are with you all…..

  14. Megan will be missed by many. I will remember fondly our times together at Camp Akita, and our youth activities at the church and school. My thoughts are with her family and her.

  15. I am so very sorry about your dear Megan. My memories of her go all the way back to when we grew up behind each other on Lyon Dr/Randmore Ct. I will never forget her infectious smile, sparkling eyes and caring, sensitive and genuine personality. She was like a magical angel who touched so many lives in our community.

    I wish there was something I could do to change everything. Having gone through something very similar, it’s very hard to understand why things happen the way they do sometimes. It’s just not fair. I know my dad is taking extra good care of your sweet Megan in heaven.

    We love you and will continue to lift you up in prayer.

    Paula (Koontz) Gilmour and Family

  16. I was lucky enough to have Megan as my third grade teacher when I first moved to the USA twelve years ago. She helped me adjust to my new life in UA, making me feel welcome during a time when I felt like I didn’t belong. She has since been one of my favorite teachers I have ever had. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your loved ones in such a sad time.

  17. Your in our hearts and prayers. Megan’s smile is always with us.
    “Miss Patrick” was Anna’s beloved teacher at Barrington.
    Trish, John, Gavin and Anna* Cadwallader

  18. Very sad to hear of Megan’s death. My memories of Megan are numerous. I remember when she was born and the joy she brought to Uncle Ken and Aunt Ann. In my mind I can still see her running around my swimming pool with Holly and Tyler not far behind. The Patrick’s were my neighbors and extended family. My heart goes out to Megan’s husband, children, and all other family members.

  19. I know this is late and that I didn’t even have Mrs. Fedorko, I am a 4th grader at Barrington and we all miss her sooo very much. I think it was soooo sweet that the school put a memory page at the back of the yearbook with this saying: Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened. :)