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Angelina Amore McNulty

March 5, 1999January 30, 2021
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Angelina was born March 5, 1999 in El Paso, Texas. Raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado since 2000. Angelina and her cousin, Madeleine Denise Terry, passed away in a tragic car accident, early Saturday, January 30, 2021. They were headed for family time with their cousin, Alexandra, in Albuquerque.

Angelina was a beautiful daughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend, leaving lasting impressions on many lives. She was a Junior at UCCS, studying social services. She had been working as a para-professional at Ranch Creek Elementary School, working with children who required individual attention.

Angelina loved nature. Hiking, painting, caring for her plants, and animals. Angel of love, Angelina….humanitarian, wanting to change the world. Always looking after the underdog. She loved deeply and wore her heart on her sleeve. She will be remembered as the sweet, adventurous, genuine, and loving young lady. The smile that lit up the room. She was the “Bee’s Knees”!!

Angelina leaves behind her parents Eddie and Cindy, her older brother Eddie IV, whom she always cared for, loved and adored. She also leaves behind her dog, Taryn and new kitty, Frida. Aunts and uncles: Gilbert Reyes Jr., Martin and Mary Terry, Markus and Elisa Braun, David and Annette Barnett, Rose Reyes, Marc and Maria McNulty. Cousins: Norma Reyes, Matthew Terry (fiancé Melissa), Juan Carlos Reyes, Alexandra Barnett (fiancé Raegan), Gilbert Reyes III, Regina and Angel Maldonado, Ryan Reyes (Belinda), Cassandra Reyes (Tony), Anthony Barnett, Tomiko Reyes, Mia McNulty, Sarah McNulty and Riley McNulty. Second cousins: Devan, Joshua, Elijah, Leonardo and JET.

Celebration of Angelina’s life will be Saturday, February 27, 2021, Swan-Law Chapel 501 North Cascade Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903. A private service will be held, followed by an open house style gathering from 1 pm to 3 pm, to share some of our favorite memories, our stories, to laugh, to cry, and remember Angelina. Due to COVID restrictions, the number of attendees will be monitored.

If you have a special story, write it down for her family. We will collect them at the memorial.

Services

  • Open House Style Gathering

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

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Lindsey Horning

February 27, 2021

I’m so grateful to be able to watch the livestream, thank you. I wanted to share my most recent memory of her that really touched me. The night of the accident I got up to get water, everyone in my house was asleep, it was a really quiet and peaceful night. As I’m standing in the dark, I felt a gentle rub on my back. I went upstairs and told my boyfriend that I had just the strangest experience where I swear someone touched me but it wasn’t scary, it was kind. The next morning I received the news and I knew that she was saying goodbye to me. She was such a wonderful friend who continued to grow everyday into an amazing woman. Love you McNultys.

Ozzie Gutierrez-Holden

February 27, 2021

The food in Europe was delicious

Ozzie Gutierrez-Holden

February 27, 2021

We made many amazing memories when we went to Europe together

Julie Hammtt

February 27, 2021

Angelina, she had a smile that could light up a room.

One of my most dear memories is when we were driving back from a weekend of skiing. We stopped for dinner and sweet Angelina ordered ‘Albondigas Soup!’ We all loved the way she ordered it; loud and proud with a hell of an accent! All of the way home, we kept yelling out, “Albondigas!” We were so crazy and had so much fun, singing so loud along to the radio!

Whenever I came to the house, she always made a point to come and say “hi’. She called me ‘Miss Julie”, I loved that and I loved her. I will miss her. We all will miss her, but we will never forget her.

I loved that she always pushed the envelope. She was so brave, beautiful and courageous. The world will miss her.

Lindsey Horning

February 26, 2021

Angelina was one of my best friends. No matter what happened or when we didn’t get to see each other very often, I know she loved me. She forgave me for my mistakes, she helped me through my problems, she lifted my spirits, she would laugh with me for hours and ask for my advice or a shoulder to cry on if she needed it. I didn’t need siblings because she was my sister, I loved her and her love of nature, animals, and plants. I loved her humor and fun, intelligent, introspective, thoughtful, beautiful, passionate, stylish and strong self. Her love for her family and friends poured out of her everyday. There was no question, she was the only friend that I could be totally honest with and who would still be there for me. We had a special type of friendship. We were similar in so many ways and shared not only characteristics but also struggles and achievements. Even though we had different friend groups, my friends knew her and she introduced me to hers, and welcomed me into her family. My memories of us talking deep or laughing about stupid things, hiking, driving around, swimming, photo shoots, taking funny videos and watching movies, sending long messages with many photos to update each other, our friendship in general - has made me who I am today and I am forever grateful to her. My heart aches but I know she is always with us, she will always be missed and always be remembered and always be loved.

Lora Henninger

February 26, 2021

Always had fun making memories while we swam with the Falfins on the swim team. I will miss you so much.

Mackenzie Nuss

February 26, 2021

I grew up with Angelina, we’d have sleepovers and make art and play video games and laugh..so much laughing. We did a lot together for a long time and everyday was just as good as the last. Angelinas heart was incomparable, so caring and strong. One of my favorite memories was waking up after one of our weekends, being crazy jumping off the staircase onto a big bean bag..it was funny, we were funny. I’ll miss you so much love you ♥️

Darcy Stoen

February 20, 2021

I'll always remember sweet Angelina keeping me company while Dave was deployed. We had a girl's night sleep over one night that started with pizza and pepsi, then later getting scared and running over to her house and finishing back at my house watching a Justin Bieber documentary.
She was also an excellent dog sitter. Very loving, caring with Chopper and Shelby. They adored her.
I adored her.
She will be missed.
Dave and I send our deepest condolences, we wish we could be there. ❤

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