Condolence & Memory Journal

Angie was Elegance and Warmth to me at St. Andrews Episcopal Church. I loved the care she took with her appearance because it was an expression of her love for life. She always had a twinkle in her eye and a kind word. She had a way of seeing deeply with her heart. I miss her, Carolyn

Posted by Carolyn Rodenberg - Seattle, WA - Friend   September 06, 2020

I have such fond memories of Angie who was always a good friend to me during the 20+ years I knew her. I very much enjoyed her spunk. The photo I'm sharing was taken at Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church in early spring one year when she and I were showing off our spring attire even though the weather was still somewhat chilly. I loved her laugh and her faithfulness to the the church and to the children. She left a lasting legacy of love among us.

Posted by Marianne Mersereau - Lake Forest Park, WA   June 09, 2020

Ms. Angie was such a joy and inspiration to the staff and children at OLL. You always knew it was going to be a great day if she was in the building. I loved her stories about her own youth that she would share with us. Her youthfulness and love for life made us all realize the importance of living each day to the fullest, which she always did. I am so grateful that she was a part of the OLL community.

Posted by Michelle Christensen - Seattle, WA - Friend   June 04, 2020

Dearest Deb and family,

I offer my deepest condolences for this huge loss. Angie was so dynamic, loving and giving that it feels like a light has gone out of the world, and it has. My earliest childhood memories of Angie involve a feeling that she was one of the people in my church family who would speak earnestly and meaningfully, even to a little kid! As the years went by, this did not change. I felt a true connection with Angie and enjoyed any time spent in her company. She was a great woman of faith and "walked the walk" all her life. I look toward the time when we can gather safely and celebrate her long and productive life. I pray that your memories are of great comfort at this time.

I send my love and please contact me if there is anything I can do.
Gloria Mairs

Posted by Gloria Mairs - Shoreline, WA - friend   May 31, 2020

Ms. Angie was one of the most personally powerful women I have known. Her strength came from her intellectual curiosity, sense of humor and true compassionate kindness that reflected upon those who were fortunate enough to know her. I was one of the fortunate and am deeply grateful for her friendship and example. She will be missed.

Posted by Gail Schalk - Seattle, WA - Friend   May 29, 2020

What a woman! We loved Ms. Angie and enjoyed her weekly visits to OLL where she volunteered. Everyone loved her hugs, joyous nature and lively presence. Thank you, Angie, for being a source of Light for so many.

Posted by Vince McGovern - Seattle, WA - Friend   May 28, 2020