Kirsten Mary Angerer

May 5, 1964April 20, 2010

Angerer, Kirsten Mary

On April 20, 2010 due to complications from xeroderma pigmentosum, Kirsten Mary Angerer; daughter of Richard and Mary Angerer; sister of Eric Laughton, Amy Angerer, Sarah Angerer Dolge and her husband Brian, Emily Crawford and her husband Daniel and Katherine Angerer. Also survived by 8 nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends in St. Joseph Church, 101 Church Lane, Cockeysville, MD 21030 on Monday, April 26, 9-10am at which time a Memorial Mass will be celebrated. Interment the adjoining cemetery. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be directed in Kirsten’s memory to the Gallagher Family Fund, 2520 Pot Spring Road, Timonium, MD 21093. Guest registry available at


  • Family Gathering Monday, April 26, 2010
  • Memorial Mass Monday, April 26, 2010
  • Graveside Inurnment Monday, April 26, 2010

Kirsten Mary Angerer

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May 1, 2010

Dear Dick and Mary,

You and your family are in my thoughts, memories and prayers.

Gloria Albinak

Mary Therese Vernon

April 26, 2010

Dear Richard, Mary and Family,
The photo gallery was beautiful and leaves a lasting memory of Kirsten and her smile. I was happy to see the picture of the family when we were in Baltimore for Richard's birthday and glad that we were able to share that moment with Kirsten.
I was at Mass this morning at the same time you were having services for Kirsten and was able to be with you in spirit and my Communion was offered for Kirsten and for your family.
Love and prayers from the Vernon family. Aunt Mary Therese

Aggie Angerer

April 26, 2010

Dear Richard, Mary and family,
What a wonderful way to be remembered - by your smile! Everyone cannot help but to think of Kirsten with that lasting image of her infectious smile and the sparkle in the eyes to go with it. I'm sure she is smiling now.
Love and prayers,
Aunt Aggie

April 26, 2010

My thoughts and prayers to you and your family. - Trish Roger, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Towson

Jan Hudgins Judy

April 26, 2010

So sorry to hear of your families loss. I have fond memories of Kirsten as a child and will always recall her smile. She had a gift of always being able to find the good in a negative situation. She always seemed to have a zest for life and cherished the times she could spend with others. I can only imagine how she was as a woman. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May all of you find comfort in her memory.

Irene Steward

April 25, 2010

Dear Richard, Mary and family,
What beautiful memories you chose to share about Kirsten in the video - thank you so much. My prayers for all of you.
Irene Steward, Schlarman High School classmate

Bernard Angerer

April 24, 2010

Dear Richard, Mary and family,
Though I didn't get to spend time with Kirsten as much as I would have liked, she holds a special place in my heart because this special little girl always made me feel special. She was always happy to see Uncle Bernard. I viewed the gallery of this beautiful child; and, there are a couple I really like: dancing with me of course and the black and white with her hair down one side and wearing a georgeous smile. I will celebrate that she is now happy in heaven with no restrictions; and, she is just like all God's angels.
Uncle Bernard


April 23, 2010

Dear Mary, Dick and Family -- I looked at every photo. I thnk my favorites were the first one with you feeding Kirsten, and the one of the whole family on the couch. Kirsten smiles a lot, even with her hard road through life. Now Kirsten can finally be in the sunlight. I'm sure it's even better in Heaven than here on earth. Roger Connor, Schlarman High School, 1955 -- your classmate and birthmate.

Lavar & Lena Boykin

April 23, 2010

No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. Our deepest condolences are with you as you grieve.

Carol Loula

April 23, 2010

Dear Richard, Mary, and family,
I just viewed your lovely photo gallery of Kirsten, and I couldn't help but notice her big, bright, infectious smile in nearly all of them. That's how I hope to remember her, even though I am typing this through tears. I always found it ironic that someone who could not be in the sun, always had such a sunny outlook, bless her heart! She certainly taught me love, patience, and faith. I am sure she is now finding the peace that often evaded her.
Our thoughts, prayers, and love are coming your way,
Aunt Carol and Uncle Jim