Wendy G DeAngelis

November 9, 1953November 16, 2021

Death leaves a heartache no on can heal , love leaves a memory no one can steal.

Wendy Gay DeAngelis, age 68, of Ormond Beach, Florida, passed away on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. Wendy was born November 9, 1953.

Survived by daughter Keri A Fessler; son, Matthew D DeAngelis; mother, Georgina Pudney; grandchildren, Kiley Escamilla; Sarah Escamilla; sisters, Kathye Watson, Judith Bruce; brother, James Walsh; and a host of family and friends.

Wendy loved life, being outdoors and living life to the fullest. Wendy's smile would light up any room. Wendy loved helping others, as she was a retired nurse working many years at the VA Hospital.

Celebration of Life Service Monday, November 22, 2021 11:30 am at Bulow Creek State Park at the Fairchild Oak 3351 Old Dixie Highway Ormond Beach, Florida 32174. Gathering of family and friends at 11am.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made on behalf of Wendy DeAngelis to

Captains of Clean Water.


Disabled American Veterans Chapter 84 605 8th St Holly Hill, Florida 32117

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the DeAngelis family.


  • Gathering of Friends and Family

    Monday, November 22, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Monday, November 22, 2021


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Cathy Chandler

November 22, 2021

Although I had not seen much of Wendy in recent years, I always remember her friendly and fun loving spirit. I first met her approximately 30 years ago and still remember sharing fun times with her at Adventure Yacht Harbor and at her home in South Daytona. She also was also always willing to help Jim whenever he needed anything at the VA. My condolences to her mother, children and family. RIP Wendy.

Kim Chalkley

November 21, 2021

I will miss “Wendy” .. affectionately known as “Wendell” for a lifetime . She was not only my colleague at the VA , but my designated “adventure buddy . “ Traipsing through a volcano in Nicaragua.. running from a swarm of bees at the top of the volcano … cruising to the Bahamas and causing havoc in Senor Frogs.. traveling around Florida to Tampa , St Augustine and Cassadagua. Always laughing at the mundane things in life … she brought so many smiles . She was genuine .. loved deeply .. her family , her friends and her Veterans. Fly high Wendy .. see you on the other side .

Patricia Pratt

November 20, 2021

I worked with Wendy at the VA .She was fun , funny , kind and a great nurse !
My condolences to her mom, siblings and children . May God grant you His Peace and may you always cherish your memories of Wendy.

Becky Snyder

November 20, 2021

I had the privilege to work with Wendy at the Daytona Beach VA for many years. She was a fun loving person, willing to help others, especially the patients. Her heart was made of gold. She had a laugh that was undeniably hers alone. I know how much she loved her family. She spoke of her children and grandchildren and mother quite often at work. We at the VA are heartbroken of the news we received. She will be remembered and loved always.

Hugh Driscoll

November 18, 2021

She was a fantastic neighbor and really enjoyed her retirement and spending time with her friends and her dog Oscar.