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Angela Sousa-Paisley
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“Judy, I am so sorry to hear of Angie's passing. I have a lot of fun memories working together at Fort Davidson in high school. My sympathies to her...Read More »
1 of 38 | Posted by: Jennifer MacDonald - Jacksonville, NC

“I remember sitting in study hall with Angie and Maria Whited shooting spit balls on the celling. Lots of fun. Good times. ”
2 of 38 | Posted by: Christine Yelley - Paris, TN

“Prayers to everyone. ”
3 of 38 | Posted by: Dennis and Kelley Gibbs - MO

“Judy, Leroy and I were so sorry to hear about your Angie. Know that you and your Family are in our prayers. ”
4 of 38 | Posted by: Melba Liggett - Farmington, MO

“This girl could light up a room by just walking in just like her Daddy. Her smile will continue to shine in our hearts like a beacon of sunshine for...Read More »
5 of 38 | Posted by: Deb Goodrich - Ironton, MO

“My heart is breaking what wonderful young. You will be missed by many but never forgotten God . ”
6 of 38 | Posted by: Elizabeth Hennessey Gersch - TX

“My sympathies to her family. Never once did I see Angie that she was not smiling. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. ”
7 of 38 | Posted by: Leslie Parmer - Decatur, AL

“Judy...Please know that Bob & I are so sorry for this tragedy that has come to your family. Angie was such a sweet girl and was just a joy to know. ...Read More »
8 of 38 | Posted by: Nancy Hill - Ironton, MO - Friend

“I am so sorry for the loss of your mother, and fiance. I didn't know her that well, but what I DID know about her, was that she was a beautiful...Read More »
9 of 38 | Posted by: Paula Krohmer - Ironton, MO

“I am so saddened and my heart breaks for you and Angie's children. Angie was a sweet, caring soul who always had a bright smile for everyone. May God...Read More »
10 of 38 | Posted by: Jean Crocker-Wren - Park Hills, MO

“Judy, I am so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. ”
11 of 38 | Posted by: Penny Turner - Pataskala, OH

“Angie you are going to be missed, you always had a smile for every-one you met. You were a great friend. ”
12 of 38 | Posted by: ALICIA MACALSADY - Ironton*, MO

“Judy, We can not imagine the pain you and Angie's children are feeling at this time. All of you have our deepest sympathy and love. If there is...Read More »
13 of 38 | Posted by: Bob and Linda Spicer - MO

“Judy, my heart aches with yours. I will keep you and Angie's children in my prayers. May God's healing hands be around you during this difficult...Read More »
14 of 38 | Posted by: Angie Nations - Ironton, MO

“So sorry for your loss. Angie was such a sweet girl. ”
15 of 38 | Posted by: Denise Anderson - Pilot Knob, MO

“Judy,I am so sorry for your loss. Angie was such a pleasant and beautiful young lady. Heaven's gain - I'm sure her loving dad welcomed her there. ...Read More »
16 of 38 | Posted by: Lisa Davis Crum - Kimberling City, MO

“Judy, I was so very sorry to hear of your great loss. Angie looks like a beautiful young woman with such a lovely smile. Keep all those memories...Read More »
17 of 38 | Posted by: Ann McDowell LaPlant - Branson, MO

“Angie was a beautiful bright star. I am sorry for your loss and all of you will be in my prayers. I loved her ❤ ”
18 of 38 | Posted by: Abigail Kreutz - Fenton, MO

“Judy, Byron and I are so very saddened by the loss of your sweet Angie. Our hearts break for you and the children. We are praying for all of you. We...Read More »
19 of 38 | Posted by: Becky Inman - Ironton, MO

“Loved you girl can't believe this gone so quick Carol and Tony ”
20 of 38 | Posted by: Carol Huff - Bunker, MO - Friend

“I do not know this sweet lady more than just a few conversations when she waited on my family the multiple times we went into the restaurant she...Read More »
21 of 38 | Posted by: Jessie Tackitt - Acquaintance

“I pray that you may find peace and comfort. ”
22 of 38 | Posted by: Brandi Turner - Arcadia - Friend

“Judy, we are so sorry for your loss. Angie was such a bright, happy soul. I am praying for you and her children. Keep them near to you. It will help...Read More »
23 of 38 | Posted by: Larry & Ellen Crocker - Ironton, MO

“So sorry for your loss. ”
24 of 38 | Posted by: Robin Lincoln - Redford, MO

“Angie had a smile you could never forget she was beautiful inside and out. Heartbreaking to lose such a special and sweet young lady. Praying for her...Read More »
25 of 38 | Posted by: Catana West - Bonne Terre, MO

“Judy, it is with heartfelt sorrow we heard of Angie's passing, please know you and your family are in our prayers. Donna & Pat Mcdowell ”
26 of 38 | Posted by: pat mcdowell - ironton, MO

“My thoughts are with you Judy, kids and Charlie. She was a beautiful caring soul. Always smiling. God gained an angel.... ”
27 of 38 | Posted by: Sherry Bennett - Pilot Knob, MO

“Angie you are one beautiful young lady , you will be missed by all who loved you . May you RIP . God will watch over your children. Just remember we...Read More »
28 of 38 | Posted by: Nancy Caskanett - Ironton, MO

“I'll never forget all of the fun times we had. I watched you grow from the time you were only a couple of weeks old until you grew into the loving...Read More »
29 of 38 | Posted by: Bev Allen - Ironton, MO - Friend

“Angie was a nice Part of my Family She enjoyed camping ”
30 of 38 | Posted by: kit stahlberg - fredericktown, MO

“My heart goes out to Angie and her family went to school with her she was a great person she will be dearly missed ”
31 of 38 | Posted by: Randall Helms - Park hills, MO

“My heart goes out to Angie and her family went to school with her she was a great person she will be dearly missed ”
32 of 38 | Posted by: Randall Helms - Park hills, MO

“RIP I will miss you. ”
33 of 38 | Posted by: Tracey Ketcherside - Ironton, MO

“RIP Angela, condolences to her mother Judy and her two children. Angela was a special person on earth and will Be In heaven too. ”
34 of 38 | Posted by: Lisa Copeland - Salem, MO

“Going to miss you my sweet friend!!!!! ”
35 of 38 | Posted by: Cathy Norris - Ironton, MO

“Judy, Rick and I are so sorry for your loss. Please know you and your family have been on our prayers and thoughts. ”
36 of 38 | Posted by: Rick & Linda Carver - Kennett, MO

“Angie, you will be missed dearly..you have been one of my sweetest and longest friends since elementary school! I cry st even the thought of not...Read More »
37 of 38 | Posted by: Melody Reeves - Ironton, MO

“My deepest sympathy to this amazing family. There are no words to ease this horrific pain. May you find comfort in the love of God and the friendship...Read More »
38 of 38 | Posted by: Pattie Brockes-Jones - Irontob, MO


Angela Dawn Sousa-Paisley of Pilot Knob, Missouri passed away May 13, 2017 in Ironton, Missouri at the age of 42 years. She was born December 31, 1974 in Fredericktown, Missouri the daughter of the late Thomas James "Buddha" Sousa and Judith Ann (Sutton) Sousa of Ironton, Missouri.
In addition to her mother, Angie is survived by her two children; Christopher Paisley and Allison Paisley both of Pilot Knob, Missouri, her fiance', Charles Wilson Jr. of Pilot Knob, Missouri, his mother, Linda Wilson, and his sisters, Laura Marquis and Susan Walker as well as a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and many, many friends.
Angie was a 1993 graduate of Arcadia Valley High School. She was a member of the Arcadia Valley Elks Lodge. She loved spending time with her children, family and friends.
Angie had a unique personality. One that was influenced by a Buddha we all knew and loved. And by other unique people in the valley, Granny Dinhobl for one, and of course her mother, Judy. It's no wonder she connected with so many people in the valley. While she worked hard to serve people at their tables over the years, her smile and good conversation was always effortless. We will all miss that very much. Her children, Chris and Allison, were the pride and joy of her life. She worked hard to take care of them and did the best she could to raise them right. She obviously succeeded, they're great kids. Her other blessing was Charlie. Cardinals games, the boats, and love. What more could a girl want, except maybe a shot of Hot Damn. May you rest in the Peace of God, Angie. You are loved by many.