Angela Masci

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Angela Masci, 95, a much loved mother, wife, nana, great-nana, sister, honey bunny and friend peacefully slipped the bonds of earth and traveled to her new heavenly home on August 16, 2017 at the Wellspring community of Brightview Westminster Ridge, Westminster, Md. The family she so loved and nurtured gathered around her along with the wonderful caregivers of the community where she lived for over 8 years. Angie had so looked forward to the powerful embraces and kisses of John and all the others who went before her. She will be dearly missed by those of all ages who had the privilege of knowing her smile, her humor, and her loving, good nature. It's difficult to find the words to describe the kindness, affection and attention she gave to others and the extent of the impact she had on those who knew her. Her legacy is one of total love and devotion to her family and a happy life with so many people who loved her. She will live on because of the lessons she taught us and the example of the life she lived. She always offered words of comfort and humor to those surrounding her. While tiny in stature, her indomitable spirit and courage were larger than life. She would light up a room with her radiant smile and uplifting personality. Angela was a great cook who couldn't resist feeding everyone in her life. Strong yet compassionate and consoling, she could often be found interacting with her caregivers and family, being witty, feisty, sassy, loving and silly while at the same time, advising and nurturing both the young and old. She loved to tease and be teased by "victims" of all ages. She loved Italian music and sang along to music till just before she passed. Angela smiled easily, laughed freely, joked readily and danced gracefully. She and her husband, John, were known as "the dancers" at Westminster Ridge. Angela was preceded in death by her cherished and deeply devoted husband of 69 years, John, who died January 3, 2015. They were an incredible treasure of a couple that had the type of love and devotion all strive for. She was the daughter of Clementina and Costantino Angelucci and the sister of two beloved brothers, Fred and Jerry Angelucci, who preceded her in death. Surviving are her cherished sister, Edith Roselli, and her husband, Jack (Broomall, PA), her two daughters and sons-in-law, Dolores and Paul Llanso of Asheville, NC and Nancy and Todd DeCrispino of Eldersburg, MD; her grandchildren, AKA "her pigeons", Sari Weston of Davidson, NC, Katrina (Will) Layman of Huntersville, NC, Julie (Rodney) Ibrahim of Westfield, NJ and Jillian (Seth) Willingham of Mt. Airy, MD; 7 precious great grandchildren (Sabrina, Jack, Bryce, Blake, Cole, Miles and Layla), and many admiring nieces and nephews for whom she was a proud aunt. Born and raised in Philadelphia, the oldest of four children, Angela was a great seamstress, a devoted wife and mother, and a fabulous dresser who loved her lipstick, jewelry, purse and pumps. She and John made their home in Philadelphia, Springfield and Newtown Square, PA, and in Westwood and Bricktown, NJ. They loved wintering in their home in Boynton Beach, FL, their daily walks, and traveling, playing cards and chit-chatting with friends. Angela's life will be celebrated on Thursday, August 24 at 11a.m. at Pritt's Funeral Home & Chapel, Westminster, MD, with the receiving of friends and family from 9-11 a.m. Chaplain Nancy Ginsberg will officiate. Burial will be at Maryland Veterans Cemetery at Garrison Forest on Friday, August 25 at 10 a.m. The family thanks the tireless and loving caregivers and compassionate staff of Westminster Ridge for their wonderful care, comfort, and love. If desired, memorial donations can be made to Carroll Hospice www.carrollhospice.org/make-a-gift. or to the www.alz.org.



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Pritts Funeral Home
412 Washington Road
Westminster, MD 21157
410-848-7533
Published in Carroll County Times on Aug. 19, 2017
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