OBITUARY

Angelique "Bee" Dansby

October 8, 1969July 5, 2019
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Angelique "Bee" Dansby, born October 8, 1969, in Phoenix, Arizona, to Ezequiel (Ed) and Sally Calles. Angelique was a beloved wife, daughter, mother, aunt and friend. Bee; as she was fondly known by all, passed on to her new home on Friday, July 5, 2019. She was blessed with two sons Trent Matthew Battershell(23) and Jonathan Dansby(16) who were the light of her life. Bee was married to Dannie Dansby and loved spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by her father Ezequiel "Ed" Calles. Bee was one of six children and will be greatly missed by her siblings; Audrey, Debbie (Steve), Greg (Vaii), Mark (Diana), and Michael. She is aunt to 20 nieces and nephews and great aunt to 34 nieces and nephews, and friend to many others. Angelique "Bee" attended Cordova Grade School and later graduated from Alhambra High School. She enjoyed working as a court reporter and business manager. Angelique was honorable discharged as an E-4 specialist in the United States Army after serving two tours in Afghanistan.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, July 16, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, July 16, 2019
  • Committal Service Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Memories

Angelique "Bee" Dansby

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Sally Robledo-Duggan

July 16, 2019

My sweet childhood friend Bee, you will be missed. I have thought of you often throughout the years and my heart breaks that I’ll never get to hear your laugh and see your smile again.
I have such great memories of us as little girls and teenagers. Our countless summer swimming days at my house, watching HBO movies in your big tv room and endless sleep overs just to name a few. My favorite memory is when we begged your mom to take us to see ‘Saturday Night Fever’ because we loved John Travolta. Well it was R rated and your poor mom didn’t realize it. We were about 10 and majority of the dialogue went over our heads. We just wanted to see him dance. Great memory.
Thank you for your genuine and sweet friendship Bee. Rest In Peace dear friend.

Marta Sabatino

July 16, 2019

It is with sincere condolences to the Calles and Dansby families on the loss of our dear "Bee". We admired her love of family, valor, and kindness. We are so grateful to our glorious God that we had the opportunity to visit with our cousin a few months ago. With a twinkle in her eye, Bee shared that she was starting a new chapter in her life, a new journey that we were not graced to see. Although she left us too soon, it was her time and God has prepared a place for her in the great heavens. In memory of Bee, we hope you find great comfort in knowing she was loved by so many and now in the loving care of our almighty Father:

I am the God of the stars,
They do not lose their way,
Not one do I mislay,
Their times are in My Hand,
They move at my command...

I am the God of the stars,
Lift up thine eyes and see
As far as mortal may
Into Eternity;
And stay thy heart on Me.

Amy Beatrice Carmichael
Christian Poet and Missionary

Forever in our hearts,
Cousin Marta and Ernest Sabatino

Erica Ortiz

July 16, 2019

Love you Aunt Bee

David Garhart

July 14, 2019

I have many happy memories with many of our Cordova family! Bee was one of them. I will tell you that many of us went to school with Bee for 8-12 years. I remember many times when I had run into something hard at school that got me down, it seemed like Bee was there with that bright shining smile that she has, you know the one that lights up a room? Anyway, i am so very saddened by the passing of Bee and wanted to let the whole Calles/Dansby friends and family know that they have my very heartfelt sympathy and all will be in my thoughts and prayers during this time of grief and sorrow. May God god bless and keep you all!

Lisa (Martin) Anderson

July 14, 2019

I was so shocked and deeply saddened to hear of Bee’s all-too-soon passing. My family was blessed to have neighbors like the Calles family for many years. I have fond memories of hanging out at the Calles house during elementary school years and carpooling to school freshman year of high school. (Thank you, Mrs. Calles!) Know that you are all in my prayers and have been in my constant thoughts. Please accept deepest condolences on behalf of my entire family.
Lisa (Martin) Anderson

Keith Swanson

July 13, 2019

Allison (Schoch) Stopke

July 13, 2019

I have sooo many memories of bee growing up in our neighborhood! My heart is surely broken for the families. The Calles family was the rock for my brother and I growing up. I have talked with bee over the years but never had a chance to meet up with her. I guess I will see you in heaven. Taken way to early.
Truly a loss!

Michelle Ragan

July 11, 2019

Praying peace for all the Calles/Dansby family on the passing of Angelique. "Bee" I am thankful we had the chance to visit in May while I was in Phoenix. She was smiling, happy, and positive about the future. She brought my mother some cute 'bling-y' things for her 94th birthday, it was so thoughtful and sweet. I also honor her service as a sis-in-arms of the US Army Reserve. May our Lord keep us all in his comforting arms. Love, Cousin Michelle, and David Ragan

Lonna (Livensparger) Henderson

July 11, 2019

My heart was broken when I heard about Bee. So many great memories from high school. I will forever be grateful having known Bee and the Calles Family. My heart aches for you all and I wish I could be there for the service but please know I am sending my love and prayers from Chicago. RIP Bee ❤️

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