Angeline Christine Bethke

31 mai 193411 octobre 2021

Angeline “Angie” (Bifulk) Bethke, age 87, of St. Paul, passed away October 11, 2021.

She is survived by her children Don (Sheila), Julene Brown (Phil), Joe (Sheila), Bill (Lorre), Mary, Angela Holzworth (Kent) and 12 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

Preceded in death by her husband, Don; her parents Joseph and Philomena Bifulk; and siblings Phil, Frank, Mike, and Archie Bifulk; Dorothy Crockett and Mary Roland.

The legacy she leaves behind of faith, love, compassion and kindness showed in her devotion throughout her life helping those in need. Her motto…God, family and friends….all with a smile and sense of humor.

Angie’s charities were directed towards the hungry and sick. Please make a donation in her name to Sharing and Caring Hands or pay it forward “Nana Style” the next time you are out.

Private Funeral and Interment.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.WulffWoodburyFuneralHome.com for the Bethke family.


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Angeline Christine Bethke


Jeanne Bifulk

16 octobre , 2021

Dear Loving Family of Auntie Angie,
Please accept our heart broken sympathies regarding your dear mom, Angie.
Auntie Angie had style!! I well remember what she was wearing the first time I met her.....a Cheryl Tiegs lime green polo shirt and matching slacks. To complete her outfit, she wore a white belt and looked very nice. Best of all she wore a beautiful smile!!
Auntie Angie was someone I always felt accepted by and could visit with. We always felt welcomed into her home. I have warm memories of an Easter Brunch at their home on Cottage Ave. (With Uncle Don in the rocking chair!!) And I know we ate there on other occasions as well.
Also she made us feel welcomed at Square Lake. They had a perfect place there and Uncle Don had done alot of work on the trailer to make it comfortable.
Please know that all of you are in our thoughts. We loved your mom so much. Love, Lance and Jeanne

Gail Stanghelle

14 octobre , 2021

Ric and I are so sorry for your loss. I know how close you all were and what she meant to you. It was always fun to be around Aunt Angie - she had such a great sense of humor and I loved her. It's especially poignant to know the last of that family has gone. What memories of the meals and laughter and stories that would fly around the table, often told on top of each other! Of uncles who loved their food and knew exactly how it should be prepared, but of course never actually did the cooking! (that I know of anyway). May the Lord's presence be with you as you grieve and say your final goodbyes.

Tim and Lauri Durose

14 octobre , 2021

Cousins - Our deepest condolences. Auntie Angie was a special woman, her love of family was so important to her. It didn't matter if you hadn't seen her in a year, when you saw her, her eyes lit up and she made you feel you were important and loved! Special, special woman in my life!! Prayers, love, and hugs to all of you as you navigate life with your mom now watching over you from Heaven.
Love - Tim and Lauri