Alexander-White-Mullen Funeral Home and Mt Lebanon Cemetery
11101 Saint Charles Rock Road, St. Ann, MO
Angela "Angie" Thompson
September 12, 1925 – June 23, 2020
Angela “Angie” Thompson (nee Quagliata), age 94 On Monday June 22, 2020 went home to be with the Lord. Born September 12, 1925 to Giovanni and Augustina Quagliata, one of thirteen children. Loving mother of Carol (Cliff) Johnson, Gerry Marlene Murphy, Diane (Greg) Witte, and Sandy Thompson; Loving Grandmother of Chad (Stacey), Tracy (Jeremy), Shannon (Carmon), Adam, Bob (Lisa), Chris, John (Joy) and the late Shawnee; Great Grandmother of Kain, Tyler, McKenzie, Molly, Tucker, Taeden, Joshua M, Caleb, Marika, Joshua, Chris-Chris, Kerra, Eric, Emma, Faye, Janet and the late Shawn; Cherished great-great grandmother of Kevin, Shawnee, Reigna and Isabelle; She is survived by one brother, John (Joan) Quagliata; beloved sister, aunt, great aunt cousin and friend who will be greatly missed.
Funeral service Thursday, July 2, 2020 11:00 AM Alexander White-Mullen Funeral Home 11101 St Charles Rock Rd. St. Ann Missouri. Interment to follow at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday, July 1, 2020 4-8 PM at the funeral home.
With COVID-19 Social Distancing Mandates, the maximum capacity for the funeral home is 75 people at one time. We want everyone to be able to express their condolences to the family and then provide time for other guests. Guest are requested to have masks when entering the funeral home. We are very appreciative of your understanding.
In lieu of flowers donations in Angie’s name may be made to St. Louis Humane Society 1201 Macklind Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110 or Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516.
Condolences may be offered at www.alexanderstlouis.com
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Angela "Angie" Thompson
June 28, 2020
To my second Mom.. I've known you almost my entire life.. Seems like I spent more time in your home than in my own.. From playing disco listening to records in the big bedroom.. To potato egg soup for supper.. Cooking apple pancakes in the mornings.. And the years of cutting your hair and I will have the honor and privilege of being your stylist one last time for your service.. You are five days now into your eternity and in the presence of the Lord seeing all those that have gone before us.. Ohhhh the things your are seeing.. Until its my turn to step into my eternity and see you again I will keep my memories of you close to my heart and will miss you ... Love you my second Mom......
Victoria Ely Thompson
June 26, 2020
My Aunt Angie was the Dr for everything, lol! When it came time for the Vick’s, there it went right up my nose, lol! I would fight with her and of course she’d win! It’s always been a running joke in the family! I will miss her so so much! Rest In Peace Auntie! ❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻😇 So sorry for your loss!
June 26, 2020
Growing up on Morris Dr would not have been the same without you, Angie, "Mrs. Thompson" as we kids knew you. You kept an eye on us when our own mothers couldn't and we are better people because of you.
As I grew up I got to know you better, not just as Sandy's mom, but as a good friend to me and my mom. And I could especially see why Mom loved and appreciated you as a friend and neighbor...your kind and gentle goodness, your selfless love of children and family, your dedication to making dogs & cats & rabbits into furry children, too, your silliness that made us laugh out loud, and your strength and unquestioning Faith that always guided you to open the door to your heart.
I love you and will miss you.
To your family, my sincere condolences on your passing. And I swear, through all these years, you were the only girl I ever whistled at! :-) ~Timmy Theis