January 9, 1918 - October 13, 2013 Abraham Angie Anapol passed away peacefully on October 13. Angie was born in Chicago Illinois and grew up during the "Great Depression". Angie attended Crane Tech High School, and was a letterman basketball player at the University of Iowa during the 1938-39 season. Angie also played on traveling basketball and baseball teams that gave him his first exposure to Los Angeles, where he would live the majority of his life. Angie went on to be part of "The Greatest Generation" serving in the Air Force during World War II in England and Japan. After World War II, Angie remained in the military rising to the rank of Colonel. Angie served with distinction in the Korean War. After his fine military career, Angie eventually moved to California with his wife Evelyn. They were married 69 years, before his beloved wife passed away in May of 2012. Angie is survived by a daughter, (Sheila) two sons (Mike and Greg), along with a sister, Mae Mayer of Ventura. Angie is also survived by a daughter in law (Kathie) and two grandchildren, (Riley and Miranda Belle) who were the "apple of his eye." Services will be held Wednesday, October 16 at 11:00 at Shalom Chapel Mortuary, 8629 W. Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90035.
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Published in the Los Angeles Times from Oct. 15 to Oct. 17, 2013