Angelique Renee Munier

August 3, 1961January 27, 2021

Angelique “Angel” Renee Munier

Born August 3, 1961 – Passed away January 27, 2021

Angel was born in San Diego, California. Survived By Her son Dakota Munier, Sister Michelle Munier, Brother Cordell Munier, Mother Carolyn Ford, Aunt Babe Papproth, Aunt/Uncle Marlie and Jeff Paxson, several cousins from O’Fallon, IL, Ironwood, Michigan and cousins in California. Angel was a retired Air Force Veteran and served 24 years, traveling all around the world throughout her career. She is preceded in death by her Father Glendle “Sonny” Munier, as well as her Grandparents Alphonse and Marcella Munier, Hazel Benson and Edward Myer, her Aunts Lori Benson and Shirley Noren. She was respected by her peers and loved by all her friends.

Angel will be interred at Eagle Point National Cemetery, Oregon.


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Angelique Renee Munier

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Rich Schermer

February 9, 2021

So sorry to hear this sad news. Angel was magnificent! I am so grateful for the time we spent serving together at Beale AFB. I will always remember her larger than life persona and how she cared for the Airmen in her charge.


February 7, 2021

Sad day. Been a long time but seeing your face here brought back memories. Angel, may you sleep well, and may your loved ones, while grieving, find that smile when they recall the memories forever engraved in their hearts. You brought smiles to everyone you met. We got your back. Your watch is complete. Dc

Pete Siegel

February 7, 2021

We served in the same command, but I did not have the privilege of meeting Angel. I salute her for her service and for picking up the torch I left when I retired.

Pete Foti

February 7, 2021

RIP my friend. I have great memories of our two tours on Crete and the Parties in Saudi Arabia. They were a blast. It was an honor to serve with you.

Donna Maddy

February 7, 2021

Its so hard to put into words all that Angel means to me. From dodging the balls she threw to me on the softball field, our fun trip to Chania, having a blast with her sister in Crete on her vacay, and going to Turkey with her. Through good times and bad times, she was always there. Such a caring and loving friend. I will miss you “Perky”.

Angela Shaw

February 7, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this sad time, Angel. I met you in 1988 at Osan AFB Korea, you asked me to join the Skivvy Nine softball team and you were an Awesome player! I was the worst player in right field!! That’s why I was in right You were very sweet and kind to me being the only wife non-command sponsored. When you had Dakota, I remember babysitting him at Beale. Angel, you will be truly missed. Rest In Peace 🇺🇸

Robert Cass

February 6, 2021

I served with Angel at IAS Crete nearly 40 years ago. She was an intelligent and kind person and I’m saddened to hear of her loss.

My she rest in eternal peace.

Patrick Cahill

February 6, 2021

I will never forget how you helped me and my family when I really needed. You were the best supervisor I had in the Air Force in my twenty years. Rest in peace.

Mary Straubel

February 6, 2021

So sorry to hear of Angel’s passing. I played softball against her in Crete, she was probably the best player on base. She could throw and hit better than most men. May you fly high old friend, we’ve got the watch.

Beth Ipsen

February 6, 2021

Angel and I played on the base softball team together in Crete. We went to Aviano AFB for the USAFE tourney. I don’t think we won a game, but we had one heck of a tone. Angel was our picture. I can still see her walking off the field (she had a distinct walk) and her short blonde bob. She had personality plus. Great gal.
(She’s the platinum blonde in the middle and I’m in the bottom right).