Marshall, Angela D.

June 2, 1967 - April 25, 2014

Angela (Angie) Marshall, of Garland, TX was called home to her Lord, Friday afternoon, April 25, 2014.

She passed peacefully at the hospital, surrounded by family, friends and her loving husband, Keith.

Angie was born June 2, 1967 in Frankfort, Indianna. She graduated as Salutatorian of her High School Class.
She made friends, easily, everywhere she went and will be remembered as giving and loyal to those around her.
Angie married William (Keith) Marshall and they spent 19 years as soulmates, traveling the road of life together.

Both Angie and Keith were highly involved with the American Legion which is an organization dedicated to helping
our military veterans, as well as, children and community. Angie, a long time member of the American Legion
Auxiliary, at the American Legion Jackson-Hughes-Jimison Post 368 in Richardson, TX, spent countless hours
furthering the contributions and goals of this organization.

Angie had a passion for her pets and cooking and having fun. She loved to enter chili cookoffs and was rewarded
with several ribbions for her efforts. She also loved music and always enjoyed karaoke nights.

She is survived by her husband, Keith Marshall of Garland, TX. Brothers, Steven Hollingsworth of Decatur, TX,
and Jesse and Jeffery Hollingsworth of Arizona.

As Angie ascends to the heavens, her friends and family are invited to attend a celebration of her life to be
held Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 4:00PM at the following location:

The American Legion
940 E. Beltline Road #164
Richardson, TX 75081

In lieu of flowers, anyone who wishes to, is asked to make a donation to a veterans or animal charity.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

22 replies on “Marshall, Angela D.”

Judy Estridge says:

Angie will be missed for her feisty ways, her love of cooking and her love for Keith. May she rest in the arms of our Heavenly Father until they are reunited in his love.

Diane Simpson says:

Angie loved to participate in Chili Cook-offs and won/and or placed in them all. She was very patriotic, loved her dogs and above all, loved her husband. Rest in Peace, Angie.

mary jane says:

Angie was a angel and well be truley you

David Ivie says:

Half of one of the most loving couples that I’ve ever known. Outstanding cook. Wonderful person.

Cindy Dean says:

I know I was truly blessed by having met this sweet lady who always made me feel like smiling. I’ll miss you.

Bubba Good says:

You can not put a value on our friendship.
God Bless Angie

Rick Burnett says:

You gave a hoot in everything you did. Rest in Peace. Your on a journey to where we all want to go. See you there. God bless.

Jack and Sallie Lang says:

Angie such a friend to all we will truely miss you and your funny and fun ways we promise to take care of Keith for you
love you girl

Rae Arwood says:

When I met Angie, she was a loving caring and welcoming representative of Post 368 in Richardson. She loved to compete in Chili cook offs and come up with other ideas for contests. She was caring and kind to all those she met. She will be missed.

Holly Heatly says:

So very sorry to hear of Angie’s passing. All my prayers to her family, extended family and friends. Rest in Peace.

Donna (Lockhart) Hart says:

Angie always has such a ready smile. She is one of the first friends who made me feel welcomed and appreciated at the Post. She is greatly missed. I pray that you find comfort knowing she is always with us in our hearts.

Jane Green says:

I am so sorry Keith. My God be with you.

Donna Burg says:

Chili. Always#1 Angie I miss our talks. Keith you will always be special to both john & Me. One day I will be able to join you in that Chili Cookoff in the SKY!

Skip Perry says:

Angie was one of the friendliest and most generous ladies I knew. She will be missed by all that knew her. Keith I am so sorry for your loss. May God’s Blessings be with you and all of her family.

TJ Michalow says:

Keith, I am sorry for your loss. I loved spending time at the post with you and Angie! She will be missed! May Heavenly Father welcome her home with open arms and keep her in His care until you are reunited.

Paula McGaughey says:

Keith my love and prayers is with you. Angela is resting in heaven in Gods loving arms.

Danny Lin says:

I just want to say it was a pleasure knowing you and Keith. You are a special person and it hurts badly that you left us. I know you are happier now and in a beautiful place where there are no problems. God has a very wonderful, genuine individual by his side. I will miss you. See you soon. Save me some cheddar and cauliflower for when I get there!! Love ya

Wendy Hall says:

God Bless you and your family in this sad time.May you know she is in no pain and in the loving arms of our Heavenly Father— waiting for you.


Doug Counts says:

Angie was a good friend to me and my family. She took care of so many of us in so many ways. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

mike humphreys says:

As I browsed over the comments left for Angie. There are a bunch of names that I know well even after having moving back to MD ten years ago. It speaks well of Angie and the company that she hung with. My last memory of Angie was at American Legion Post 368, the wife and I were headed back to Maryland after being in Texas meeting up with ol’ friends for a few days. We had a Texas sized hug after a handshake for the husband. That is the way I’ll remember her.

Tania Anderson says:

Angie was one of the first people I met up at Wizards. I will remember her for many things,but I think most of all,during what has grown to be a 20 yrs. plus friendship with her(and her husband Keith),what stands out most to me,is our shared love of sports,in particular the San Francisco 49’ers. I know that Angie is in a much better place and I will never,ever forget her. R.I.P. my friend.

Kathy Wons says:

We are blessed for having Angie in our lives, and will keep her in our hearts forever. She was her own person, loving and caring, and we have so many fond memories, that will remain with us. We have an Angel looking down on us, and we look up to her, sending smiles, hugs and love.

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