Condolence From: Deb Triplett, Pickerington, Ohio
Condolence: I was Angie's caregiver from November until March of this year. I didn't know her very long but so admired her spirit and vibrant personality. I took her shopping and ran errands. We stopped by her church and just enjoyed one another's company. I have thought of her often and I just learned she had passed away. I thank God for allowing me to be a part of Angie's life for a short time. God bless your family and rejoice in knowing Angie is in heaven looking down upon us. Blessings to your family.
Condolence From: Jerry King, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Mom, You were a very unique individual....fiercely loving and always loyal, generous, and highly engaged with those around you. So much of my life was shaped by the foundation of love and energy that you and Dad provided.
I carry the strength of your investment with me every day and will continue to do that. My life would be very different without that foundation and the continued investment that I received from each of you throughout my adult years.
Many will miss you, but none will like I will. Even your "adopted" sons and daughters will never know the depths of the legacy you left in me! I am blessed that you are now in a place of rest with our God and released from your recent suffering here. I am forever grateful for your love and investment!
Condolence From: Barbara Wilcox, Skokie, IL
Condolence: To the family of Angie King :
I worked with Angie for many years at Illinois Bell/Ameritech in Chicago.
We had a wonderful friendship and I spent many days enjoying her company.
May she rest in peace.
Condolence From: Siu Gugliuzza
Condolence: Hi everyone,
We are sorry we won't be able to be with all of you on Thursday.
Auntie Angie will always be very special to all of us.
I remember when Frank and I were dating, she would always invite me to holiday dinners. She accepted me and made me feel like part of the family.
I will also remember her for being there for me with a listening ear when I needed to vent and to give me guidance.
Auntie Angie never forgot our birthdays and anniversaries. Michael and Anthony always knew she would send them a card. They would be looking for it.
A few years ago Auntie Angie and Anthony became pen pals. Anthony looked forward to her responses. I know they had bonded at that time. It was sad for him when he found out about her passing.
For Frank, she was very special. She was so supportive when Mom wasn't doing so well. Frank also looked forward to family get togethers and family stories she shared.
She will be missed.
Condolence From: April Schaad, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Jerry, Your mom was one of my very favorite clients. In 25 years of my business she is one of the ones that truly touched my heart. She ALWAYS cared about me as a person first. We would share and chat and then take care of her insurance. She had a loving heart and a great smile and I have missed her. I know that she will be glad to be with your dad and Tinker and all those she loved so much.
I know she would be so proud of you and how you stood strong for her and always had her best interest at heart.
My heart and prayers are with you as your work through this difficult time. But, I hope that most of all you will embrace and cherish all the good times that you and your mom shared.