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November 15, 1947 - September 22, 2019

The family is planning a private memorial event at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to American Kidney Foundation or the American Cancer Society. The family wishes to thank all the doctors and nurses at Bronson and Borgess Hospitals, Reverence Home Health Care Agency, Hospice of Southwest Michigan, and Kathy, and the others at DaVita Dialysis Center.

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I knew Angie from church Kalamazoo Missionary she was such a sweet lady always had a smile on her face and she could brighten up the room. R.I.P Angie you will be deeply missed

Posted by Lelah bradshaw on October 2, 2019

Dear Aunt Angela, I was so lucky and blessed to have you as my Aunt. I have spent the last week reflecting on our relationship. Finding words to express my deep feelings of love and respect for you has been hard. I loved our conversations on our lives, sharing our love of animals, the trips we have made together, and how you innately seemed to know exactly what to say or do to lift my spirits. From a child to an adult some of my happiest memories were with you or in your home. The birthday cakes you made for us, making us crafts, the dune buggy rides, shopping together, all memories I am grateful to you for. I will treasure my collection of horses that you gave to me one by one each time you returned from South Carolina. I always wanted to travel with you there. If I could change anything about our relationship it would be to tell you these things in person, to follow up on how things were going with you more often, and to do anything humanly possible to keep you here with all of us. I will miss your laughter, charitable spirit, and love of family and friends and the good times we shared as there are so many. Heaven had a party last night with lightning shows and thunder sounding like bowling balls or maybe you were bowling! To say I will miss you is such an understatement. My heart holds a special place for you. Love always, Laurie

Posted by Laura Buskirk on September 28, 2019

Angie came into my life when I ultimately needed her the most and I didn't even know it. She began by watching my first born and then my second Son 18 months later. In the five years that she watched my children (and it would have been more had we not moved to Vicksburg) we went through some very trying times as a family. Angie was there through thick and thin always putting my children first. She loved them like her own and I truly mean that. She became a friend to me along with her family. She always did crafts with the kids for the Holidays. I still have most of them. She took lots of pictures and made photo albums for me because she knew I couldn't be there with them while I was at work. She gave them all birthday parties with homemade cakes that were out of this world. She also gave them ground rules and helped mold them those first five years of their lives when they needed direction towards becoming wonderful human beings. Angie played a big part in making Jarrett and Jaden the respected adults they are now. I am so grateful that I ran in to Becky that day at Costco two months ago so we could reconnect and trade numbers. Angie was still feisty up until the end and I appreciate the last visit Jaden and I had with her. She will forever be in the hearts of all of us. Hugs to everyone and especially Wayne as he continues his journey without the woman he loves so much to boss him around all the time!

Posted by Jenifer and Andy Junde on September 24, 2019

David, when I’d heard about your moms passing I just had to reach to you. It just such a painful parful of our lives. We only have one mother and she will forever be our best friend. I lost my first my best friend 01/17/2006. You’ll get through this this. I remember everytime I would see your your mom, she would have this beautiful smile that just lit up her eye s like sparklers. I truly hope her memories bring you great comfort at this very difficult time and I am sending y’all lots of luv, hugs, and prays.

Posted by Misty Blu Walker on September 24, 2019

Angela was always very thoughtful, joyful, pleasant. She will be missed by her family and friends. May she rest in peace!

Posted by Anne Fish on September 23, 2019

Angela was a wonderful and loving person so full of life. She now has no worries or health problems and has gone too see her family in heaven. Will miss her so much. Love and prayers to Wayne, Becky, Hayden and the rest of the Hill family.

Posted by Marcia Neace on September 23, 2019

Angela was a wonderful, kind and loving person. I’m proud to have been a friend for over 30 years. She touched my life in so many ways. I deeply regret not seeing her more often in the last couple of years. She and Wayne were my best friends and were always there in the down parts of my life. I know that she I’m in the arms of God now and no longer in pain. My thoughts and prayers go out to Wayne and her family and many friends.

Posted by David G. Bradford, Sr on September 23, 2019

Growning up in the neighborhood right down the road. Swimming in your back yard with Becky and you making snacks for us. You were the kindest voice I had ever heard. You putting up the Halloween decorations, you always had the best ones on the road. Such a beautiful soul. You will never be forgotten, Angela, may you rest in peace. I am so very sorry for your loss Wayne, Becky, David and all the grandchildren. May you find peace and healing.

Posted by Stacy Vaughn Shephard on September 23, 2019