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Angelone, Alice Faye (Sandidge)

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August 2, 1956 - September 2, 2020

Angelone, Alice Faye (Sandidge)

Alice Faye (Sandidge) Angelone of Little Elm, Texas passed away on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at the age of 64.

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Tony M Angelone

August 19, 2021 12:39PM

It will be one year since you passed and i miss you more than ever. Oh how i wish we could have enjoyed each others company more. You left to soon but i know your not in pain . i love you so much dear. I cant wait to be with you

Tony Angelone

August 02, 2021 11:41AM

Mom just a year ago today we were celebrating your birthday at your favorite restaurant. I miss you so much. You were my best friend an mother and I know you were my fierce protector. I love you and wish that I still had more time with you. I wanted to wish you a happy birthday. I know you are eating cake with Grandma, Grandpa, Uncle Jerry, Uncle Modesto, Uncle Joe and Aunt Janelle. You are greatly missed by the entire family. Till we meet again. I love you.

Tony M Angelone

March 08, 2021 3:18PM

I miss you very much angel. Things will n never be the same without you. You made life fun. I will thank you forever for being the wonderful person you were. I love you

Cari Baer

February 14, 2021 10:12PM

Miss you Aunt Faye! Please look over Uncle Tony! I know his heart will never be the same.

Bruce Martin and Sallie Kennedy

September 15, 2020 4:10PM

Since 2012, Alice was THE trusted and loving caregiver to our pets and our special friend. She exuded warmth and concern for her clients (human and canine) and her employees. He love and devotion made Woof City a successful business and a happy second home for hundreds of animals. We were enormously saddened to hear of Alice’s passing but will remember her fondly.