Margaret W. Angelos
Margaret Westergren Angelos, the younger daughter of Alma Neilson & Arthur Cornelius Westergren, grew up in Cadillac, MI, attended Central Michigan College & received her RN degree from Edward W Sparrow Hospital in 1953 & Enterostomal Therapy Certification later on in life. She married Theodore Art Angelos,MD. They lived in Canton, SD for many years, raised children Brad (Evelyn) Angelos, Melanie Angelos, Melissa (Jay) Sveen and Brock (Amy) Angelos before moving to Lincoln, NE, when they both retired to be closer to family. They enjoyed being grandparents of Allyson & Adrienne Angelos, Jared (Leah) Sveen, Stephanie (Will) Hansen, Dan (Stacy) Sveen & Nicholas Angelos. Margaret was an avid vegetable & flower gardener, baker, oil painter, seamstress, & camping enthusiast. She was a loving great grandmother to Braxton & Beckham Sveen, Emery & Leighton Sveen and Gavin & Camryn Hansen. She passed away on April 29, 2019 and will be greatly missed.
Her memorial service will be held at Canton Lutheran Church on May 26th at 2:00 pm in Canton,SD, with the internment to be a private ceremony of the immediate family.
Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
Condolences for Margaret W. Angelos
Our condolences to Marge’s family after her recent passing. We have fond memories of her spunk and playing Mexican Train and definitely things interesting. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Dear Brad, Melanie, and Mellisa,
Its been many years, but I value what your Dad did for me (he was the doctor I wish I still had – how can one not like a cigar smoking doctor!), my acquaintance with Brad, and the role Mellisa had with my sister Susan – whose lose still haunts me. Thus, I wish you all my condolensces on the loss of your Mother. I think of your family often when I visit Canton or think of my time there.
I know that the loss of a mother is hard, and I hope peace is with you.