OBITUARY

Angela Sharon Talton

November 8, 1976December 28, 2020

Angela Sharon Monroe was born in Monroe, Washington on November 8th,1976. Angela came to live with the Talton family through the foster care system when she was only eight months old. She was such a wonderful addition to the large family that already consisted of four girls and two boys that they adopted

Angela when she was three years old, and she officially became Angela Sharon Talton. Typically, families are a mixture of people thrown together by chance, assigned at birth and linked by DNA. Angela was different. She was special to the Taltons because she was chosen. She wasn’t just born to their family; she was especially selected to be loved by them forever. Angela was a happy child with bright, sparkling eyes and an amazing smile.

Baby Angie was soft and squishy like a marshmallow, earning her the nickname “Puff” from early on, a nickname that would stick around for most of her lifetime. Angela accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior as an adolescent and she was baptized at Foothills Baptist Church. Angela attended Liberty High School, Tiger Mountain Alternative and went on to study briefly at Renton Technical College.

Angela became a mother to her firstborn son, Monty Perrotti on July 23rd, 1995. She married her husband, Milo Perrotti on August 31st, 1996 in a beautiful ceremony at a local church in Issaquah, WA. Angela and Milo’s second son Giovanni Perrotti was born January 5th, 2000.

Angela was a great mother, and her boys were her pride and joy. Her life’s work was being their mom and biggest cheerleader. Angela was a wonderful artist, and her creations were often made from various mediums. Angela loved to paint the beauty she saw in the world. Her paintings of flowers, animals and planets were original and dazzling.

Angela went home to be with the Lord on Monday, December 28th,2020. She will forever be remembered by her incredible personality and the kindness and compassion she bestowed on everyone she encountered. Her younger brother Jason accurately described Angela as “having a huge heart with a little fire on the side.” If you were ever lucky enough to have met Angela, that describes her perfectly. While we are all heartbroken to have lost such a beautiful soul here on earth, in memory you are with us, as you always were before.

Angela is proceeded in death by her father, James Talton. She is survived by her husband Milo Perrotti, sons Monty and Giovanni, mother Mary Talton, siblings Judy Talton, James Russell Talton, Joyce Trowbridge, Jerry Talton, Sheryl Gammon, Jennifer Talton, Jason Talton, and numerous nieces and nephews.

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Nhatasha Tielking

January 10, 2021

A few of my favorites with my beloved friend.

Denyse Lee

January 4, 2021

So sorry for your loss. You all are in my thoughts and prayers

Alyson Lang

January 3, 2021

I miss the times like Christmas or birthdays when all of us would get together and play board games and have fun and laugh. Camping trips were always a delight. None of it would be the same without her personality to bright up the room along side her laughter. The parties she spent so much time on to host. Even when I got to spend time with her, and listen to her talk. Her existence made me feel complete even when we weren't talking or physically in each others lives. Angela acted like a mother when I didn't have one. She was creative, strong, and a hell of an inspiration. The small acts of kindness I have witness from her brought joy and hope to my heart. From her letting me tag along when she did errands to giving food and blankets to the homeless, even going so far to wash their blankets for them. She was astonishing. It hurts to see her gone, but she was too good for this earth. May her spirit and energy flow through better places.

Anna Gottman

January 1, 2021

Angela,
As cousins, I didn't meet you until you were twelve. I remember how much my dad and Uncle Don loved you. You were the sweetest girl and your smile lit up a room. In our adult lives I didn't get to spend time with you but facebook was our friend to eliminate the miles between us. You were the same sweet sweet girl. You were loved and will be missed. Love you little cuz.

Melanie Mitchell

January 1, 2021

Angela, you lit up our sanctuary with your presence. There is no star in the sky like you. You are missed. Thank you for all you did for us. Thank you for your art, your love and your hugs! Blessings to your light and legacy.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY