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I was shocked and saddened to here the news of the passing of Angie. A truly beautiful and caring person. I will always remember her days at Kansas State, and her wonderful parents. My deepest sympathies to the family, and to Misty! Be assured that your mom was truly wonderful , treasured, and an angel on earth. Joe Svoboda, Manhattan, Ks
~ joe svoboda - February 18, 2021
Angie always has a smile and good sense of humor; even though in recent years she didn’t feel well. Our son Kyle went to school with Misty from elementary through WRHS graduation. We enjoyed room parties, and school activities with Angie and Misty. I enjoyed many talks and walks with Angie over the year’s. She will be genuinely missed. Our hearts and prayers for comfort go out to Misty and her family.
- Pam, Fred, Luke & Kyle Palenske
~ Pam Palenske - February 16, 2021
~ Ken Scott
My deepest sympathy to the family.
From my reading of the warm recollections shared by so many friends and acquaintances of Angie through the years, it is clear that Angie has always been who I knew her as so many years ago at Topeka West.
“The life of the dead is placed on the memories of the living. The love you gave in life keeps people alive beyond their time. Anyone who was given love will always live on in another's heart.”
She will be with you (all of us) always. God Bless.
~ Bill Wheeler - February 11, 2021
So sorry to here of Angie’s passing.
Deepest Sympathy to Don, Marge, Tony, and Misty.
Thoughts are with all of you.
~ Timothy Davison - February 11, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed reading about her outstanding accomplishments in track and her love for horses n rescue dogs. My heart goes out to your family. Prayers for peace in your time of grief.
~ Rhonda Seitz - February 10, 2021
Dearest Angie. It has taken me awhile to write in this book as it is so difficult to put into words what our friendship meant to me. I have so enjoyed reading your friends’ comments and seeing your bright light through everyone you touched. Your circle of friends is almost as big as your heart and laugh. I don’t think I will ever pull into the barn and not look for the TCU Mom bumper sticker to see if my pal came. I will never eat Jose Peppers and drink margaritas without thinking of our times there, often lasting several hours. You were my guide to being an equitation riders’ mom and your endless advice and understanding was treasured and will be sorely missed. Who will I cast that sideways eye at, raised eyebrow and “oh!” At those too frequent moments in the world. Angie. You are the definition of fun. Friendship. Laughter. Our only consolation is your wonderful daughter who we adore. You shared her, you shared her advice and triumphs, and we are so grateful for that. I imagine you with your Joseph and all other 4 legged friends who you had ample love and devotion to. You’re gone way too soon, we had more to go.
~ Jennifer Higgins - February 9, 2021
Dear Don and Marge:
Ed and I send our deepest sympathies to you. It is so difficult to lose a child. I had know idea the wonderful athletic achievements Angie had won! We hope the fond memories will sustain you at this time and in the months and years to follow.
~ Ginger Barr - February 9, 2021
Don, Marge, Tony and Misty: I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot describe the sadness I felt when I learned of Angie's passing. I will never forget her laugh or her radiant smile or her sweet and kind heart.
~ Dan Riley - February 9, 2021
Dear Angie's family,
The Christensen family wanted to let you all know what an amazing impact Angie, and her love of running, had on our Dad, Chris "Coach" Christensen. He was so proud of her and her many accomplishments and really enjoyed her years on the Thunderbolts. Even more importantly he considered her a true friend. Eric fondly remembers running with her during the same hot summers and endless meets and I remember her ability to just run, and run, and run and her big infectious smile. We are very sad to hear of her passing but know that if Dad is still coaching in heaven Angie will be right by his side. Sincerely, Karen, Cindee and Eric Christensen.
~ Cindee Christensen Williams - February 9, 2021
Misty - we were so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. Although we did not see each other on a regular basis, we always enjoyed visiting with her. She was a wonderful neighbor and the love she had for her horses was to be admired. Please let us know if we can do anything for you.
~ John Paul and Sarah Bruschi - February 9, 2021
She was such a joy, each time she came into the pharmacy she had such a light her visits always helped brighten my day. She was funny and caring and adored talking about her daughter and all of her accomplishments. I will truly miss seeing her smiling face.
~ Rochell Sernec - February 8, 2021
Angie, thank you for the countless hours spent supporting TCU Equestrian. Watching you watch Misty compete was always a heartwarming pleasure. You have left the most incredible legacy and we will always be riding for you.
~ Jacey Albaugh - February 7, 2021
We met Angie and misty at a Topeka horse show. Expo center I instantly thought both Angie and misty were amazing sweet , and kind ppl. Both of them welcomed Micaela and I to the horse scene in Kansas. Ever since then I’d see Angie at a show and she was so kind and full of energy and love. She truly was one of a kind and misty is an exact replica. Same beauty inside and out. Was so honored to know Angie and misty you will definitely carry on Angie’s amazing warmth, love and bright light!!! Angie is def watching down spreading joy! You need anything misty and mic and I are here. Amazing rider and person!!! ??????
~ Chris and micaela Riley - February 7, 2021
I knew Angie for about a year... She was the manager of Hillsdale shopping center where our salon is . she became such a close friend and the nicest and kindest person I know.. We will surely miss her so much!!!
~ Shirley Majeroni - February 7, 2021
We are so sorry to learn of Angie's passing. Remember her from high school. Our family sends love and prayers to all of you. Jerry and Beth
~ Gerald and Beth Runnebaum - February 7, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cort and Kathy Spees Vaughn
~ Kathy Spees Vaughn - February 7, 2021
I am so saddened to hear of the passing of Angie. I can’t ever remember seeing Angie without a smile on her face. She made everyone in her presence feel so much better She was a born leader with her work ethic and helping others reach their potential. Angie was such a special young lady. She may be gone from sight but never from our hearts Patti and I have Her parents , Tony and his family and Misty in our prayers Mike &Patti Goehring
~ Mike & Patti Goehring - February 7, 2021
I am sorry for the loss of this lovley, bright and vibrant women.
~ Regina Miller-McCue - February 6, 2021
Even though we had not spoken for years I have often thought of Angie always with a smile on my face. She was great to have on the cross country and track team in high school and college. She was the epitome of the old saying the glass is always half full. I always remember about her that she would always strive for her goals and if something did not work out the way she had planned then she would just take it in stride and work harder for the next moment in life. As I stated, we had not spoken for quite a long time but when I would think of her all my memories of her put a smile on my face. I will miss her.
~ Jeff Shelar - February 6, 2021
I am so sorry to hear about your mom. She was one of the kindest and sincere people I’ve known. I will always remember her smile and laugh. She always thought of others first! Certainly an example we all could learn from!
My prayer is that your find comfort in your memories and may God wrap his loving arms around you and hold you tight.
Hugs sweet girl,
~ Jennifer Norton - February 6, 2021
To dear Misty and Angie's family. Words aren't of much help in this situation, but I'll try.
I met Angie through horses. She was always very kind to me and my girls. She was also sunny, funny and helpful. Her enthusiasm was boundless.
She has been taken too young. She had so much more to give. I know Misty was her everything along with family including countless four-legged creatures. The world will not be the same without her. It just won't.
Misty: big hugs. Take your time. Take your space. When all the floods of communication die down, don't hesitate to get help if you need it. Your mum gave you so much love and taught you so much about life, you will always have her with you. Always.
Beverley, Olivia and Becca
~ Beverle Earles (Law) - February 6, 2021
We send our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Spending time with Angie was always fun, we have missed seeing you both. You were loved unconditionally, and are a wonderful daughter that has always made your Mom proud. Please know we are thinking of you during this difficult time, so glad you were with your Mom when she peacefully entered heaven.
~ Herb, Gina, and Elizabeth McKim - February 6, 2021
A sweet, kind and spirited woman. There are no words sufficient to describe the loss of such a vibrant person. I choose to remember her during our, all to brief time together at Kansas State.
~ Steve Miller - February 6, 2021
Although I didn't get to meet Angie, my granddaughter, Avery Hines told me what a great person she was. In many ways, she reminds me of some of our family members. Loved her animals, kids, outdoors and competition. She was loved and respected by many and no words can express my grief for the family and friends. Avery was so saddened by her friends loss. Many prayers for such a kind, loving woman.
~ carol hines - February 6, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cort and Kathy Spees Vaughn
~ Kathy Spees Vaughn - February 6, 2021
Angie is now a full blown ANGEL. She taught all who were lucky enough not have known her how to love. She was my friend for many years and Misty is a daughter to me too, Angie made sure that I knew that. I promise that whenever Misty needs a Mom to talk to she can always call upon me, for the rest of her life.
~ Sarah Booker - February 6, 2021
I have very fond memories of running with Angie in high school on the Topeka West Cross Country team. She was truly a gifted runner. But more importantly she was a great person and a great teammate! I remember her work ethic and dedication to our sport with great fondness. She had a kind heart as well. All my best wishes to her family at this time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
~ David Apel - February 6, 2021
Angie was a person who, once you met her, you could never forget her. Her laugh was like a beacon to anyone who heard it - you knew that your day would be brighter for having seen her, even if it was a quick "hi". She was the Horse Show Mom all others HSMs wanted to be - eternally supportive and joyous. Misty - she passed along her strength and passion to you. Use those to get through these difficult times, and know that she will always be there with you. You were her greatest joy.
~ Diana Beitz - February 6, 2021
My dear friend, I offer your loved ones a shared memory of us running for the Topeka Thunderbolts!!what a special time in life,we we're so young and full of determination,joy,laughter,You was always so mice to me,you and your sweet mother.I remember your warm brown eyes and sweet girlish smile!thats how I choose to remember you,we did have fun, until we meet again my friend..ALICIA BARBER
~ Alicia Barber - February 6, 2021
Angie will be missed. She was a great person, athlete and friend. Loved by so many! Our prayers and sympathy goes out to the family.
~ John Cahill - February 6, 2021
I loved this girl so much! I say girl because we were trying to figure out life at Kansas State. She made me a better and stronger man.
Her smile and laughter will always be part of me!
I will always miss that woman!
~ Kenny Harrison - February 6, 2021
So sorry to hear about Angie. Remember her as a girl full of joy, with a big heart and sparkling, mischievous eyes. Super athlete. Our thoughts and prayers are with her entire family.
~ John and Jolene Oestreich - February 6, 2021
Angie was a shining light in everything she did! She inspired her family, her friends, her school. She did it with a zeal and a love that was allowed to be shared by all of us. When one teaches 40 years, it's easy for some of your students to sort of blur into one's memory. Not Angie... she's as fresh in mind as she was the first time I met her when she was a student at Landon. She will live on in so many of us because she chose to live her life with others in mind! God gives us gifts to share... we get to decide when to share them... and sadly some of us choose not to share them at all. I think Angie was sharing her gifts the moment she could walk and talk! She will be sadly missed by those of us lucky to have had her cross our paths in life... but she will be richly remembered ALWAYS! I wish God's comfort for Misty and all of the Barry family. Thanks for sharing such a gem with all of us!
~ Corey Wilson - February 6, 2021
Oh how I loved this woman in my chair to try and make the outward just as beautiful as her heart and soul! I will miss the laughs and tears and all of our talks about everything and will always keep an eye on your most precious possession, Misty. I love you more until we meet again.
~ Amy Berry - February 6, 2021
It was truly an honor to know Angie (and Misty) from the St. Louis shows. It was particularly fun to spend time with her at the December show. She was and is a kind person who will be greatly missed.
~ Paula Mangiaracina - February 6, 2021
Angie was quite a presence. She had an awesome personality and was always ready with a funny story or comment. Her sense of humor carried her through even when she wasn't feeling her best and she will definitely be missed. RIP Angie and thanks for all the laughs. I will miss you sending the "here goes the crackhead that I see each morning" snaps. See you on the other side.
~ Tracy Paige - February 6, 2021
Words cannot express the sorrow your community shares in the loss of your mom. Angie brought unbridled enthusiasm to most any situation. Thank you for sharing her remarkable athletic achievements; what amazing accomplishments. The distance runner is the true athlete self-discipline, determination and endurance. Your mom was your champion in so many ways, and you both were blessed to have each other.
~ Liz Syverson - February 6, 2021
Angie had a way of making people feel good about themselves - after a particularly frustrating riding lesson, and feeling chagrined about how I am not the rider I once was, Ang waved me over to where she was sitting with some of the other mothers. Angie proceeded to run down my accomplishments as a rider, which made me feel so much better. Ang was just naturally kind that way - she thought of others before herself. She had a wonderful sense of humor and could make even a Scrooge belly laugh. I treasure the time we spent together, and I will miss her so much - the barn won’t be the same without her.
~ Laura Adderley - February 6, 2021
I’ll miss you Angie! We never got to spend as much time together as I would have liked due to our schedules but I will cherish the times we were able to spend together. I loved the Bon Jovi and Cold Play concerts we went too, so much fun! I will remember you often. RIP my friend.
~ Lori Shelton - February 6, 2021
I first met Angela as my patient but as with all people she came in contact with our friendship took over. She was one of my favorite patients and when I retired in 2017 we promised we would do lunch or dinner in KC soon. Although we chatted on facebook we never got our lunch date. My health and her’s always seem to get in our way. She was a fighter and to all that knew her she loved her daughter and was so very proud of her. I’m sorry my friend that we missed our chance on this earth to laugh together again. But I know your smiling down as you run through the heavens above. Your body may have been to tired to go on but the love and spirit of your beautiful soul lives on forever. Till we meet again, Victoria
~ Victoria Harris - February 6, 2021
Angie and I held down the bleachers at the St. Louis Horse shows andwhereever the girls were competing. We always had fun, and that is how I will remember her. While I am deeply sad and wishing for one more chance to be with her, I will always remember her presence. I always sought her out, because we were comfortable to be with each other, cheering for our daughters while they chased perfection. Angie was one of those friends that you could text whenever you needed her, and you always felt better after you talked. She will be missed by all that knew her and loved her as I did.
~ Carla Mathias - February 5, 2021
We know there are no words we can say that will ease your pain. Just know that there are others who care and are grateful for the life you created who so positively touched others. Our very deepest sorrow for your loss. Jean and George Barbee
~ Jean and George Barbee - February 5, 2021
Don, so sorry to hear of your misfortune in losing Angie. It must be terribly hard to lose a child. Hopefully in time pleasant memories will crowd out pain.
~ Harold Stones - February 5, 2021
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