Carl M Angello

August 21, 1953November 2, 2020

Carl Martin Angello, age 67, of Ormond Beach, Florida passed away peacefully on November 2, 2020 with his loving wife Christine by his side. Carl was an engineer at Caterpillar for 30 years. He later drove a bus for First Student bus company and enjoyed spending time with the children. He also donated his time as a member of the Knights of Columbus chapter 4578, Fourth Degree, Assembly of Aurora. Carl faithfully served his country as a member of the armed forces, in the Army.

Carl enjoyed traveling, gardening working outside and creating things. He took pride in being a very good handyman. He was an avid movie buff that really enjoyed listening to music. Carl was a collector of many fine things such as; windchimes, coins, anime, antiquities and artifacts. He loved his family and his dogs; Toby, Boomer, Clint, and Jasmine.

He is survived by his loving wife Christine Angello; his mother Gloria Angello; his daughter Brooke Hermann (Michael Hermann); his sons, Joshua Angello (Harmony Angello) and Jason Angello (Doree Jean); and his grandchildren Natalie Hermann, Nicole Hermann, Isabella Angello, Makayla Angello, Dezra Angello, Dominic Angello.

Also survived by his brother-in-law Larry Dyer; niece, Angela Hill; and nephew Adam Dyer. He is preceded in death by his father, Peligrino Angello, and his sister, Donna May Dyer.

A Memorial Mass will be held at Prince of Peace Catholic Church located at 600 S Nova Rd, Ormond Beach, FL 32174 at10 o’clock, November 21, 2020 with a procession to Volusia Memorial Cemetery. An intimate reception will follow at the family home.



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November 18, 2020

I wish the family my deepest condolences. I didn't have the opportunity to spend a lot of time with Carl and Christine but
I sensed the deep connection they had. Carl was kind enough to give me one of the magnets he made. He really enjoyed making them. I know he is in a better place with God.
God Bless you and help you through this time.
Lisa Russell

Sandy Service

November 11, 2020

Posting this for Christine in loving memory of Carl

Sandy Service

November 11, 2020

In Appreciation

Joshua Angello

November 9, 2020

Dad, I’m going to miss you so much. Me and you always had some adventures. From sharing a love of music and concerts we went to. Or riding on your Harley for long rides and big rallies. I have so many good memories of you taking care of Dezra when she was little while me and Harmony struggled to work. You took pictures that we still cherish to this day of our kids. The. When Dominic came along he was always your buddy wanting to learn and do things with you. He so takes after your handy crafty side! I enjoyed our talks everyday and miss that a lot on my long drives. I’m glad we got to have some precious memories of going to the beach with you! Miss you always Dad

Debbie Angello

November 9, 2020

Rest In Peace, Carl. Sending up prayers for you and your family.

Brooke Hermann

November 9, 2020

There are so many wonderful memories. First, when I was five my Dad told me my birthday present ran away. It was a stuff elephant. Ever since then I have had a special collection of elephants. I loved when my husband and family went to my Dad's to help him with his greenhouse. At the end of our hardwork we started a bomb fire and it was so big the fire department came. We ended up having a spontaneous sleep over there that night, and my most recent memory will be my trip to say goodbye. We had some special talks in the early morning hours and got to spend my birthday at the beach. My Dad was one of the hardest working guys I know. If he set his mind to it, he could do anything. I'm so glad I inherited this trait from you. ❤

Jason Angello

November 5, 2020

Dad, I remember when you would take me, Josh and Brooke downtown Chicago as kids to experience Xmas in the city. I love this memory because I have worked in the loop of the city for over 15 years now. I also was so glad I could show you my office that year we went to see the Cubs 2016 World Series parade. I hope I was able to make you proud of me for achieving something I have found pride in. I will always miss you and I will always love you.


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