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Bean-Massey-Burge Funeral Home Beltline Road

2951 S. Belt Line Road, Grand Prairie, TX

OBITUARY

Angelina M. Lemmon

January 25, 1961January 12, 2020
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Angelina Marilyn Lemmon, 58, of Grand Prairie, Texas passed away January 12, 2020. She was born at Methodist Dallas Hospital in Oak Cliff, Texas to Samuel and Marilyn Caruso. Angelina grew up in Oak Cliff where she attended W.E. Greiner Exploratory Arts School, T.W. Browne Middle School and Sunset High School. A member of Gateway Church Grand Prairie Campus, Angelina enjoyed riding motorcycles, crocheting and visiting WinStar in Oklahoma. A vibrant, energetic and loving woman she spent much of her time in her garden or cooking for her family and friends. She was loyal, strong and caring, doing whatever it took. A big piece of Angelina’s life was her faith. A common phrase to hear in her home was “Walk in faith, not in fear.” Angelina is preceded in death by her parents, Samuel Anthony Caruso and Marilyn Dorothy Williams Caruso; brother Phillip Caruso. She is survived by her husband John Michael Lemmon; children: Valerie Castillo and only son-in-law, Jose, Edward Leija and only daughter-in-law, Christina, Genevieve Leija; grandchildren: Ariel Ponce and her husband, Andres’, Samuel Angulo, Madeline Leija, Mia Mallard, Christian Michael Leija; great-granddaughter Dalila Marilyn De La Rosa; siblings: Teresa Preston, Josephine Gonzales and her husband, Louis, Leonard Caruso and his wife, Sheryl, Christina Alvarado and her husband, Armando.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, January 15, 2020
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, January 15, 2020
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Memories

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Ricky Thompson

January 17, 2020

Mike, I Would have have Been There But Did Not Get The News In Time !! Had 2 Others That I had Went To on that Date , But Would Have Came There Instead if I Had Known Since They were Manly out of Respect For The Members Of that Family. I Hate Hearing about Angie and Know HOW You Must be Hurting, I AM Going Thru The Same Way With Sue So Sick and I Pray For Her Everyday . Know You are in My Prayers Also Thatl You Find Peace And Comfort!!!!!!

Christina Alvarado

January 16, 2020

Angie,

You have been laid to rest. Words can’t describe how I feel , but one things for sure your at peace. I will always remember the big sister I wanted to follow and be like. I played in your high heels when I wasn’t supposed to, followed you to the skating rink, and as we aged I even took care of your children. You always amazed me with your smile, attitude and intelligence of educating yourself for your fight. You are the strongest and smartest woman I will ever know and I’m proud to be your sister. I will honor your request as long as I live. Your me hero! RIP in heaven with mom, dad and Phil. Love you always and forever 💕 your lil sister. Chris

Teresa Tamez

January 16, 2020

Angie was such a wonderful person who lifted and touched a lot of hearts 💕. She always had a smile on her face no matter what she was going through. She will always be in my heart and will be missed dearly . Rest In Peace Angie !

Susan Lemmon

January 15, 2020

Our dear Angie. You were taken away from us way too soon. But, we take comfort in that your new everlasting life will be praising our Lord and singing with the angels. Love you...

Adrianna Reyna

January 15, 2020

Annie Angie (as I would call you),

I miss you so deeply, your personality was larger than Texas, my heart hurts knowing you’re no longer with us but I know God has taken you away from the scrutiny you were having to endure. You helped raise me, you were my momma and the memories I have with you. Val, Edward and Genny I’ll always cherish. Thank you so much for being there for me even though you were battling such a hard fight... this seems so unreal, I feel like I’m going to get a text form you saying “I’m back Dranna, let’s go have fun” your laughter brought joy to everyone’s soul... I love you unconditionally and will never forget you, heaven is partying up right now with ur grand entrance! As you say “I go out with a gusto” I love you so much, until my time is called I will see you in our heavenly gates.

Love your niece,
Adrianna Reyna

Ken Preston

January 15, 2020

Angie the sister I never had. Always greeted me with a big hi Ken, a smile, and a hug! Hope to see you in paradise! Revelations 21:3-4 Love your brother-in-law Ken 😁🤗

Teresa Preston

January 15, 2020

To Angie my sweet sister. You always wanted chocolate milk in your bottle. You were so special to me! You could dive off the diving board, and skate like a champ. You always reminded me of Pepperment Patty from the Charlie Brown cartoon. So full of sunshine!I was so proud of you! May God bless you, save me a seat in heaven! I love you dearly my sweet sis! 🌞😘♥️🤗🦋😇

Christopher Luna

January 14, 2020

My wife and I had the pleasure of meeting Angelina only once but to this day I have never forgotten her vibrance, energy, and smile. She was so positive and had a loving nature about her. When the world loses a mom and a grandma, the world loses a beautiful blessing. May you rest in peace in Heaven, Angelina. I send my deepest sympathies and condolences to your family and friends. God willing, we shall see you again in the hereafter. Ameen.

Amber Bontke

January 14, 2020

My aunt Angie was my cheerleader in all that I did and who I was growing up well into my adulthood. She was also like my other mother (all my aunts actually)! Her love was felt of unconditional love all the way to the depths of her soul.
At family gatherings, when she showed up, that’s when the party started. She brought so much life and love to the party with laughter and dance moves. It was contagious. I will miss her so much. Such a loss for us here on earth but what a great gain in heaven. Until I see you again Aunt Angie! I love you!! XO😘

Josephine Gonzales

January 14, 2020

My beautiful dear little sister how I'm going to miss you but I take comfort in knowing that you are resting in the arms of our Lord. Heaven has gained an Angel! Love Josie, Lou and Gonzales Family

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