Cottage Grove, Minnesota

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Jim, LeRoy and family,
I just wanted to add my condolences and thoughts. Angie was such a terrific lady; always took the time to make me (and my family) feel as more than just the "pool guy". In fact, my kids, when they were younger always wanted to "go see Angie" whenever I did work over there. From what I gathered from other posts here, I noticed the desciption "classy" for Angie keeps coming up. I will add that here too. She was one in a million. For 25...

Seeing Angie in the paper brought back a lot of memories of grade school. So very sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers. Angie has always been there.

Sending our Love and Prayers. Angie was a Great Girl. So very sorry for your loss.
Love, Theresa & John Speten, Carolyn Shermer

Marie and family,

We are very sorry to hear about Angie, we just heard so were not able to attend the service. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Angie will be missed by friends up and down the block in the neighborhood. Your family is in our prayers.

Angie had a fun and energized presence. No one could dress 'to the nines' like she could! Angie made us feel included and welcome, and her spirit will live on. Sending our thoughts and prayers to Angie's family.

We are so very sorry for your loss. Angie will forever be remembered by us as colorful, classy, beautiful, friendly woman (neighbor) who was never without her heels ;) She just always made us feel welcome at her parties and was so generous. She will be greatly missed, hold on to and remember all the great memories you hold dear of her, they will help you through the days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

I have had a cache of memories playing through my head for the last few days. Angie was classy and glamorous - always! Her love of life and her family was so evident in everything she did! Praying for strength and comfort for all of you in the days to come.

Sympathies to Angies relatives and friends. I grew up next door to the Wirkus household and I'm sad to say another piece of the whole that made our neighborhood special has passed on. Emil was our guru and Marie 'Ma Wirkus' is still our inspiration. Angie, as the older girl in the hood, was like every ones big sister. She's gone way to young and way to soon. Peace to all.


Angie's Obituaries

Age 67 of Cottage Grove Passed away on December 29, 2012 at home surrounded by family after battling a terminal illness. Preceded in death by daughter Debra, first husband William J. Davison, Sr.; father Emil Wirkus; grandson Gavin Miller. Survived by husband LeRoy; Son William Davison and...

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