Fred was a great guy with a wonderful voice! I will never forget his love of singing the "impossibly high" notes with his booming tenor voice and singing them with gusto. Rest in peace, dear Fred. May the angels carry you to parsdise.
My condolences to the family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Fred is now held in the loving arms of God.
Be safe, be healthy, be blessed!
Mary Kay Cullinan
I was dating my Angley; Michael J.; son of Edward Angley; brother of Fred Angley. I met Mikes “Uncle” Fred, Jenny and cousins at James and Patti’s wedding. The first of many more weddings to come.
The whole family welcomed me with open arms, especially “uncle Fred and Jenny. I was treated with kindness and loved.
I still have the book of poems Jenny wrote.
I’ll always remember the conversations with “uncle” Fred and Jenny. Jenny really paid attention to whatever I shared with her.
“Uncle” Fred taught me a lot about The Catholic Religion. Even though I was raised a Catholic, I wasn’t a practicing one. I looked forward to both of their sharings and teachings.
I’m a better person for having met them.
Jenny and Fred, neither of you are lonely anymore, you’re together again.
Aida I Rivie-Angley
I was welcomed into the Angley Family in 1980. Both Fred and Jenny were always very good to me, and treated me like a daughter, always. Dad was known for telling some long stories that always ended in a life lesson. He was good like that, enjoyed sharing his experiences in the hope of passing on some knowledge, or just sharing a moment with you. I can remember early on when we were first married, Freddie and I were invited to an event after work with a lot of insurance people, and Dad was going to be there. As we approached him he was clearly talking to either colleagues or higher ups but when he saw us, he stopped his conversation and said, “excuse me, family first” and gave me a big hug. Such a small little thing, but I felt so important in that moment.
His legacy lives on in his 12 children and 21 grandchildren. We will miss him, but I’m comforted in knowing that he is with mom again.