Frances N. (Wakefield) Angelo

ANGELO, Frances N. (Wakefield) Nov 3, 1929 – Sep 28, 2013 Frances passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by family. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank G. and Mabel Wiggs; stepmother, Lucille Wiggs; brother, Cliff Wiggs; sons, Donald L. Wakefield, Sr. and Kerry Kim Angelo; husbands, Wilmer Irl Wakefield and Norris N. Angelo. She is survived by her children: Judy, Larry (Pat), and Tom Wakefield, Linda Bower (Larry), William N. Angelo, Kathy Moreland (Mike), Gary Angelo, Lori J. Byerly (Jim), Laureen K. Angelo, and Brenda L. Angelo (fiancé, Shane Lynch); grandchildren: Michelle Almaguer (John), Philip Boldra, Jr., Andrew Wakefield, Candi Wakefield, David Wakefield, Donnie Wakefield, Barbara Bower, Stevie Bower, Ronnie Bower, Lisa Markussen (Anthony), Aubrey and Zack Byerly, Melissa Angelo (fiancé, Chalon Stoll), Michael and Amanda Lynch, Nina Newbold and Ariel Zuluaga; great-grandchildren: Nick McKenzie, Arielle Almaguer, Sarah Almaguer, Jessie Roberts, Angel Wakefield, Damien Wakefield, Jacob, Molly, Taylor and Tyler Bower, Kylie Stoll, Anthony Markussen, Cameron Burns, Owen Newbold, and Cheli Cusworth. Frances lived only for her family and enjoyed visits from her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She loved observing nature, be it birds outside her window or various flowers. She was truly a home body and for years “kept the coffee on” for any visitor. She was an accomplished pianist, and did incredible crochet work as a younger woman. She enjoyed the music of Patti Page, Perry Como, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and Johnny Cash. She also leaves behind her beloved “Weezie,” a calico cat (who bites). A GRAVESIDE SERVICE will be held Saturday, October 5th at 11am at Evergreen Memorial Park. “Let me live in a house by the side of the road and be a friend to man.”

HEAFEY-HEAFEY-HOFFMANN DWORAK & CUTLER Mortuaries and Crematories 7805 West Center Road Omaha, Nebraska 68124 (402) 391-3900

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  • Joyce ( Jourdan) Sellers Posted January 12, 2019 9:08 am

    RIP Frances. You were like a 2nd mom to me. And yes,,,,, the coffee was always on & she always had time for you. She was & is a Beautiful Woman. Linda & I would try to fool her by setting the clock back, but you could not pull the wool over her eyes…….. I DID SO LOVE HER,,,,,,, even though she Probally didn’t even know it.❤❤❤

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