Angela Winefriede Linge

17 April, 193818 November, 2021

Angela Winefriede Linge, age 83, of Kelowna, British Columbia passed away on Thursday, November 18, 2021. Angela was born April 17, 1938.

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Angela Winefriede Linge

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Josephine Staddon

29 November 2021

My sincere condolences to you on the loss of a wonderful mother and grandmother. Also close friend Shane. I knew Angela for many years. Actually for 65 years when I came from England to Lethbridge. So many stories about 'maturing' together.!!!! She was a special friend of my brother Bert. They spent many hours discussing, arguing about English literature. The parties we had. The singing. Laughing and telling of jokes. Such a good friend. I will miss her so much. One of the last times I spoke with Angela, about a month ago, I started to quote a poem. Lake Isle of Innisfree. She jumped right in and finished the poem.. How I will miss our many talks of poetry and story telling. A warm and loving person. The world also suffers the loss of her.

Tracy French

24 November 2021

Ahhhh Angela, You will always be fondly remembered by me and our Wednesday night group of ladies. I will never forget your success stories at becoming a "normy". The hours we spent travelling to Penticton and Vernon will forever bring fond memories to my heart. Your war stories, and songs, and poetry and love of books were always so sharply focused in your mind and came out like flowing river. You were like the caring older sister/aunt to me. I know we didn't connect in the past couple of months due to Covid etc - but I will choose to think you also remembered these past events with the same fondness.

Shane, my condolences to you - I know Angela was a trusted friend and soulmate - so happy you found each other and got to spend those years together. You were like two puzzle pieces that just clicked together - even though you were both a little worn at the edges.

Rachel and Winnie - Having lost my Mumma a few years ago, I can relate to how it feels to lose a mother, friend and confidant. For all the rest of the family - my heart goes out to you all. May you all hold Angela with only the fondest of memories.