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Angela Louise Montani
1936 - 2020
Angela Louise Montani
June 29th 1936 - November 8th 2020
Angie Montani of Santa Rosa, passed peacefully on a Sunday, surrounded by family, at the age of 84. She was born in San Francisco and attended Presentation High School. She married young and had three children, and in turn three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Angie loved the Lord God, her SF Giants, her pets, music, dancing, flowers, gardening and reading, but most of all she loved being with her family. She was the most loving, kind, gentle and giving soul you could ever meet, and the most loyal and loving friend you could have. She was the best mom and the matriarch of our family. Angie is survived by her children, Deb, John, Laura; her grandchildren, Monica, Johnny, Myles; her great-grandchildren, Anthony, Lamar; her nieces and nephew, Susan, Mary, Bobby, her cousins, Louie, Johnny, Theresa: and sister in law, June. A private family internment will be at the Italian Cemetery in Colma, CA. In lieu of flowers we ask a donation in her name be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital or the SF Junior Giants.
Published by Press Democrat from Nov. 18 to Nov. 22, 2020.
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mom i miss you a lot .our talks our lunch's together i will hold you in my heart. You left to soon .i know you had more to give all of us .i love you mom always forever and ever.your son .i love you. You helped me be the man i am you forever your son.
john waddell
January 4, 2022
We miss her a lot and her infectious laugh.
Marcia and Paul
November 12, 2021
Love and miss you mom! We are celebrating your one year with Jesus!!
November 12, 2021
We new Angie for 45 years. She was a warm and loving person. She passed that along to her children who always took care of her and never left her side these past two years. What a lucky woman.
Marcia LeRoy
November 23, 2020
Moms heart of love gave me the strength to make it through the worst times with my father. No greater love. Miss you mom, especially your laugh, which filled my heart with joy.
November 19, 2020
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