Ashley (Altman) O'Neill

Born: Sun., Jul. 7, 1968
Died: Wed., Sep. 17, 2014


11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Mon., Sep. 22, 2014
Location: First United Methodist Church of Madison

Funeral Service

12:30 PM Mon., Sep. 22, 2014
Location: First United Methodist Church of Madison

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Ashley Altman O’Neill, 46 of Marietta died September 17, 2014.  She was a native of West Palm Beach, FL.  She was born July 7, 1968 to Ramsey and Susie Dacus Altman.  She was married to Patrick O’Neill.  Ashley was a dental hygienist.  Ashley is survived by her husband, Patrick as well as her father, Ramsey Altman & Linda, her sister, Alyson Griggs & John .  She also leaves numerous other family and friends.

The family will receive friends on Monday at 11am at First United Methodist Church of Madison.  The funeral service will be held at 12:30pm.  Interment will follow at the Madison City Cemetery.

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Laurie Rimes
   Posted Sat September 20, 2014
Dear Altman Family,

I am so sorry to hear about Ashley. She was a sweet lady. I am happy to have had the opportunity to meet her once when she visited Harbor Club with Mr. and Mrs Alman. I am so sorry for your loss.
Alyson, I am thinking about you and praying for you and your family.
Mr. Altman, I am also thinking of you and praying for you and your health. May you get stronger with every day to come.


Laurie Rimes
Harbor Club on Lake Oconee

   Posted Sat September 20, 2014
Alyson, Ady, Stork and Mr Ramsey,

I am so sorry for your loss. I only met Ashley once when I was helping Nonie make a German Chocolate cake. I have been thinking about you and praying for you. I know how difficult it is to have such a sudden loss. I am here for you if I can do anything, let me know.

Jackie Maggi
   Posted Sun September 21, 2014
Ramsey and Allison,

Words cannot express the sadness Cathy (Wehrle) Clauson and I feel for the loss of Ashley. Cathy and Ashley had a special closeness growing up together in our neighborhood; Susi and I had that same bond as their mothers. Our hope is that the special memories you have of Ashley will help sustain you in this time of grieving. Cathy and I will cherish the memories we have of her. Our prayers are with all of you.

Lauren Thompson
   Posted Mon September 22, 2014
Dear Altman and O'Neill Families -

My husband and I are so terribly sorry to hear of Ashley's passing. We have been patients of Dr. Friedrich and Ashley for more than a decade now, and I always looked forward to my appointments with her. We would catch up on our lives and chat. She always remembered what we talked about, even if my appointment had been six months before. Her smile and friendly, positive attitude were her hallmarks. She will be greatly missed and I will never be able to think of teeth or dental work without thinking of Ashley! I pray that you all are finding peace during this difficult time.

Lauren and Dave Thompson
Atlanta, GA

   Posted Wed October 15, 2014
Dear Mr. O'Neill and Altman family,

I just learned of Ashley's passing today during my dental appointment. I have known her for over a decade and so very much enjoyed our visits at the office. I cannot express the deep sadness and sense of loss that I feel. I hope that you know that there are many of us out here that are holding you in our thoughts and prayers.


Andrea Borders
   Posted Mon October 20, 2014
I have been a patient of Ashley's for the past ten years and just learned of her passing today. She was always a bright light in my dental visits and she will be sorely missed. I always enjoyed catching up with her and her cheerful spirit always made me smile. My deepest condolences go out to her friends and family.

Betsy Herndon
   Posted Sun October 26, 2014
To Ashley's family and friends,
I too have been a patient of Ashley's for over 10 years and was so saddened to hear of her passing. I always looked forward to seeing her. She was a very genuine and sincere person who loved everyone. And she took such an interest in her job and doing her best for patients. I will miss her terribly. You have my sincerest and deepest sympathy for your loss.
Betsy Herndon

Catalina Scott
   Posted Tue October 28, 2014
I just learned moments ago of Ashely's passing and I am truly grieving. She was such a beautiful, beautiful person. I was her patient for over 12 years at Dr. Friederich's office and if Ashley wasn't cleaning my teeth then no one was cleaning my teeth! I always looked forward to seeing her. She was so loving and pleasant. What a loss :( My thoughts and prayers go up on behalf of this family. May God bring you peace and comfort as only He can do. I am so very, very sorry.

Judi Borgo
   Posted Fri October 31, 2014
To Patrick and the Altman Family:

Ashley radiated a brightness and joy that her patients felt the moment she would step into the waiting area and say, "I'm ready for you. It's so good to see you. How have you been?" She was genuinely interested in her patients. Everyone I know who went to Ashley appreciated her professionalism. She was warm and spiritual. She loved her family. It's hard for me to express how much I will miss her.

Josh Weiss, Ellie, Mary Amelia and Anne Weiss
   Posted Wed November 05, 2014
Dear Altman and O'Neill Families,
My family and I have been patients of Ashley's at Dr. Friedrich's from 1997 or so (we started there at about the same time she did) and we were shocked and very sad to hear of her sudden passing. Ashley radiated genuine warmth and caring. She made us feel appreciated, comfortable, and always entertained, and her eyes were always smiling even when she was wearing a mask. She was our daughters' first and only hygienist and made visits to the dentist something they would look forward to (as did we. I can only imagine how very many people would say they looked forward to dental visits because of Ashley). She was great at her job, but overall she was clearly a great person, loving daughter, sister, wife, and aunt. Please know that we are thinking of you, and wishing you strength and comfort in your loss. With deep sympathy.
Josh, Ellie, Mary Amelia and Anne Weiss

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