Angela Cummins

Everett, Washington

1938 - 2020


Everett, Washington


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June 23, 1938 – January 13, 2020 Angela Frances Cummins (nee Byrne) passed away peacefully at her home on January 13, 2020 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Angela was born in Drogheda, Ireland to parents Maureen and James Byrne on June 23, 1938. She came to the United States in...

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Angela is one of the most beautiful souls I have been blessed to know. I miss her dearly. Rest in peace sweet Lady. Heaven has another beautiful angel

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I was so fortunate to have met Angela many years ago --at Dr. Michael Davenports chiropractic office. I followed her many different offices over the years. Truly a wonderful, sweet lady. She was a great massage therapist and a wonderful person. I will miss you Angela.

my name is penni and I was one of the many caregivers who took care of angela. though I didn't know her for very long, I was encouraged by her love and her prayers and by her wonderful family.

I was so blessed to have grown up next door to Mrs Cummings And her family , they were my second home.
I remember so many fun times, sleeping out on their deck, making forts in the woods (when there were woods up on goat trail) evening swims at McConnells beach -Mrs Cummings magical laugh, her love for gardening and always an open door when life got tough, and always an extra plate at the table
I was Fortunate enough to stop by about a year ago when Mrs Cummings was out gardening...

Mrs. Cummins was a joy. A true Irish lady with a wit to match. I always felt welcome around her and was taken by her love for her family and friends. Although many years have passed since I last saw her, I will remember her as a committed mother, community volunteer, and someone who was already for adventure. Blessings and comfort to her wonderful family as you mourn her passing.

Angela, I met you about 20 years, and you were the best massage therapist ever. You always greeted me with a hug, and I so enjoyed our talks. I followed you to many places where you treated me. You were the sweetest, kindest lady I've ever met. You will be missed dearly, but you are now out of pain. RIP dear friend.

Angela was a great friend & neighbor for many years. We had a long history together. We will see you again, Angela! Mary Ann & Larry Banky

I feel very fortunate that from the time I moved to Mukilteo at 6 (1974) until recently we were neighbors. She was a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers are with the family