George M. Angelo

April 16, 1936March 18, 2012

George Machado Angelo, 75, of Dartmouth, passed away unexpectedly on March 18, 2012 at home. He was the former husband of Jacqueline (Perry) Angelo.

Born in Dartmouth, the son of the late Antone and Georgianna (Evora) Machado, he had resided in Dartmouth for most of his life.

He was a proud member of Local 4 Union of Operating Engineers. George was an avid New York Giants fan and an aficionado of jazz music and fine wine.

Survivors include his granddaughter, Perry Angelo of Fall River and his nephew, Bruce Mello of Westport and niece Kathy Edwards of Fairhaven.

Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 from 5-8pm in the Waring-Sullivan Home of Memorial Tribute at Dartmouth, 230 Russells Mills Rd., Dartmouth. For online tributes and directions:


  • Visiting Hours Wednesday, March 28, 2012

George M. Angelo

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May 22, 2012

He was enigmatic, sometimes inscrutable, with perspicacious eyes and a frequent smile that tore right to one's core. His face told his stories, though he could spin a good tale anytime. He called me "writer," which I tacitly appreciated. His love for his girls was fathomless. Run with the wild horses, my old friend; run with the Roo in the night, in the beautiful night.

March 26, 2012

Saying good-by to you is a tough thing to do, We go back as far as Chicoines Sand
and Gravel when you would be loading trucks. We worked together as brother mem-
bers later on in life, always remembered you, always liked you as a friend and just a
great guy to be around and to work with, most likely ending at Tilcon. My sincere and most profound sympathies to George's family.

Sincerely, "Skeeter"

March 25, 2012

Our deepest sympathy to George's family and friends.

We always knew it was Sunday when we saw George's truck coming by the house headed for Lucien's and Sharon's.

Joe & Nancy Tremblay

robert w. august

March 23, 2012

my deepest condolenes to his family especially his granddaughter perry he truely loved her. we knew him as, shut up george, from our cruise to mexico. george you will be missed

March 23, 2012

George did love his Giants...and often talked smak about our Pats!! Always one to engage in an argumentative conversation...sometimes with much passion. Sometimes a friendly "george, let it go"...was in order :) He loved making a clamboil for friends even though he didnt like clams, and always bragged that his clamboils were the best! He was always right there to lend a hand, usually operating a front end loader or excavator..... he made many friends.

Although George popped into our office to visit now and then, my last long memory of George was sipping chardonnay at my dad's home on a sunday afternoon this past fall. Thats usually where you could find him on weekends; just chilin enjoying my dad and Sharon's company.. snacking on crackers and cheese with a glass of wine by his side.

I remember him talking about his granddaughter, Perry, with such pride on many occassions. It was obvious he loved and cared about her very much.

My warm thoughts go out to you Perry.

The first Sunday we are altogther at my dad's we will toast you George...and smile...and remember good times. You were a dear trusted friend to my dad and to our family....and I am grateful for that.


Michelle Robert, Rob, & friends

March 22, 2012

my condolences peter szala