Angeline "Angie" G. Stuckman lived from Nov. 12, 1913, to Jan. 13, 2013 â€" 99 years. She was born in Quincy, one of three children of William and Salome Stuckman. She attended several local schools and colleges to train as an educator, and taught elementary school (mostly 4-5th grade) in Quincy for 40 years where it was common for her to encounter enthusiastic "children" of all ages who remembered fondly their time in her classroom. Angie traveled extensively, became an excellent watercolor artist late in life, volunteered at the Quincy Art Center, bowled and played tennis, and made trips to St. Louis and Chicago for performances and baseball games. She was an active member of Central Baptist Church, in Quincy. At age 90, Angie moved to Chapel Hill, N.C., to live with her niece, Alice Ammerman, husband (Tom Keyserling) and their three boys, where she became the neighborhood "Aunt," continued many of her activities and enjoyed flowers, birds, and her great-nephews' sporting events. In addition to her niece, she is survived by her nephew, James Ammerman, of Centerport, N.Y. SERVICES: A memorial service was held at the home of Alice and Tom on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 (505 Dogwood Dr., Chapel Hill, NC) and second service, a celebration for her life, will be held from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, May 26, in the Central Baptist Church at 321 N. Seventh St., Quincy. Those who attend are encouraged to share stories and memories of Angie. MEMORIALS: Central Baptist Church of Quincy or Quincy Art Center
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Published in Quincy Herald-Whig from May 22 to May 24, 2013