OBITUARY

Angelo Dahl

March 14, 1928April 6, 2021
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Katherine Angelo Dahl was born on March 14, 1928 in Stillwater, Oklahoma to Cleo and Myrtle Dodson.

She married Kenneth Dahl and had four children, seven grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

She worked for the state tax commission until her retirement. After retirement she and her husband traveled for sixteen years in an RV.

Angelo passed away on April 6, 2021.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Cleo and Myrtle; husband, Kenneth; oldest daughter, Arlene; sister, Sylvia; and brother, Ray. She is survived by daughters: Lynette, Brenda, Sheila and husband Larry; grandchildren: Shawn, Candace and husband Chad, Ellen and husband Mark, Jessica and husband Jeremy, Sarah and husband Shaun, Rebecca “Becca” and boyfriend Preston; and great-grandchildren, Carson and Jette.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Sunday, April 11, 2021

Memories

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Krysten Casto (Nida)

April 19, 2021

Shawn and family, I was so sad to discover your loss. She was always so welcoming when I came over for visits and enjoyed hearing about their stories from their travel adventures. I remember her bringing back all of those bags full of bead necklaces from Mardi Gras to share with everyone. One of my fondest memories with both of your grandparents was learning how to play Shanghai Rummy and getting together and play cards with them.

Toni Woodrel

April 11, 2021

I met Angelo at the Senior Center in Edmond, we played cards several days a week for quite a few years! She was a sweet lady and everyone at the Center enjoyed her company. I was so sad to hear of her passing, she will be missed by many!
Rest In Peace Angelo 💕💕💕

Shawn Smith

April 9, 2021

I called you Mama until I was a teenager. You always told me not to say I can’t but to say I’ll try. You and grandpa saved my life when I moved in with you at age 11. You gave me hope, love and an opportunity to dream. I tried everyday to repay that gift. You were my heart and I will miss you every day until we meet again. I LOVE YOU!

Lucille Cox

April 9, 2021

Although I’m not a blood relative, she was “Grandma” to me. I’ve known her since I was 7 years old. She has scolded me, molded me, loved me and inspired me. I love her tremendously and miss her greatly. But I am comforted because I know she is with Our Lord in Heaven and her beloved husband, Kenneth, and family. Keep the campfire going and save us a spot until we see you again.