Rest in Peace, my dear sweet Aunt Angela. Please give my dad a big hug and kiss from me. All my love and prayers to my Whimple Family. Love, Cousin Veronica Reply
Rest in Peace, my dear sweet Aunt Angela. Please give my dad a big hug and kiss from me. All my love and prayers to my Whimple Family. Love, Cousin Veronica
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear mom. Our family has many fond memories of your sweet mom when we lived on 22nd St. My mother, Ellen has a special place in her heart since she enjoyed many visits with her on Ocean Ave, and was her maid of honor. We will keep all of you in our prayers as we think about your mother’s kindness and devotion to her family.
I have such wonderful memories of ‘Aunt’ Angie, starting from when we all lived on 22nd St. I loved the fact that she saved every Christmas card picture I sent her of my family thru the years. I still have the statue of a man and woman she gave me at my bridal shower on my dresser 33 yrs later. I think of her often and prayed for her daily. Now that’s she’s an angel she can pray for us. Love, thoughts and prayers to all of you. Love Joni & Rob Sarosy
Johnny & Dolores,God bless you both in this difficult time. Although I have not seen Aunt Angela (my Godmother) in so very long, my memories of her go way back to the late 1950’s. Whenever I was on Ocean Ave. I would always get in the elevator to see Aunt Angie and Uncle Jack. They were ALWAYS so excited to see their Godson. Made me feel so special.God richly blessed Aunt Angie with such a long life. Now, she is with so many in this family in eternity. I pray I see her again.Bobby
My memories of ‘Aunt’ Angie go as far back as my childhood when we all lived on 22nd St. together. She was witty, warm and so loving. I loved the fact that she saved every family picture Christmas card I ever sent her. And she would either call or write me to let me know how beautiful my family was. She was a special lady and I prayed for her daily. And now that she’s an angel, she can pray for us! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love always, Cousin Joni & Rob.
Although I have not seen Aunt Angela in 27 years, I will always remember have beautiful smile and contagious laugh. She always made me feel so special any time I visited her and was especially the last time in 1987 when I visited her with my daughter Catherine when she was just 18 months old. She was a blessed soul and assuredly has a front row seat in heaven. My heart goes out to Johnny and Delores at this very sad time. I will miss her gentle spirit and beautiful smile.
Even though we have not seen Angela in many years our memories of her are always seeing her smile and being such a nice and warm person.Our favorite times we looked forward to was when John brought her over to our house and she would play piano for us.I think she enjoyed it as much as we did.Angela always told us how much she loved us and our children.Our condolences go out to John and Delores and the entire Whimple family.RIP
John & Delores, our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you both. Angela always treated me as if I was long lost son. We could sit and talk for hours and even though my visits weren’t frequent she always made me feel as if the last one was just several days ago. Angela was one of the warmest people I’ve ever known. Love to you all, Jim & Linda.