Angela Annette LaFleur

May 17, 1965 - December 6, 2023
December 12, 2023 8 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with deep sadness that the family of Angela Annette LaFleur nee Descheneaux, announce her sudden passing on December 6th.

Beloved daughter, sister, niece, aunt, mother and grandmother. Angie was cherished by so many and deeply loved by her two families. Her mother; Joan, her sister; Michele, her brothers; Leon, Michael and Matthew. Her father; Leon, her sisters; Betty, Kristina and Lisa, her brothers; Todd and Jeffrey. Daughter, Carlee and grandchildren McKenzie and Logen. Remembered with love by her nieces, nephews, aunts, cousins and many friends.

Angie was born on May 17, 1965 in Edmonton.
While attending school, she enjoyed running and participating in track and field events. Angie had a passion for music and singing and often shared her musicality with family. After graduating she completed her program as a Health Care Aide. Angie took great joy in providing tender care and visitation to many senior clients throughout Alberta. Angie was given gifts of encouragement, kindness and generosity, she loved to volunteer and had a talent for baking and making wonderful meals for others. She was always thinking of creative ways to be a blessing to others; such as baking cookies for children's church, packing lunches, participating in choir, and even tried her hand at working the sound system for church services. Angie truly enjoyed meeting new people and making friends wherever she went. We will hold onto the precious memories of your sweetness, laughter and love.

Memorial to be announced.

  1. I send my sincere condolences during this time of sorrow. The Bible promises that your loved one will live again on a beautiful paradise earth when death will be no more. (John 5:28, 29; Revelation 21:4)

  2. My sincere sympathy and condolences to the family. Angie had been a long time friend to me since grade 2. We lived down the block from each other, went to the same school and I always remember so many fun times hanging out and playing. In our adult life, Angie and I would message each other periodically and we kept in touch…. asking how things were going from time to time, and just to say hi. It was always so nice hearing from her and knowing she was there. She was kind, caring and considerate I will miss her dearly.. Blessings, and my thoughts and prayers are with the family.🩷🌷🙏😇 May she rest in peace . Sincerly Jeannie Martini


  4. I will miss you my Auntie, my favourite auntie! I grew up with you being my fun aunt & you always made me giggle and smile 😊 I am grateful that’s the way I grew up! One day we will meet again but I will think of you daily & and will have faith, hope and peace in knowing you are singing and dancing With the Lord.

  5. So very sorry to hear of Angie’s passing. Condolences to the family.

  6. Sending my deepest condolences to Michele and family. Please know that however you’re feeling right now—sad, numb, guilty, tired, angry—it’s normal. There’s no right way to feel. I love you and am so sad that you’re going through this.

  7. Hey mom. Thank you for giving me life and thank you for letting me be your daughter. My heart breaks that we went out separate ways but now your at peace. I often think of you and Iam gunna miss you. Despite our differences we had. I will cherish our memories especially my 17 the year! In my heart I forgive you and I’m hoping you forgive me. I love you mom always have always will. It’s still hard to grasp or accept that your gone. And Im gunna miss you dearly .well mom till we meet again sweet angel. You take care and I’ll hopefully see you again . Love your daughter Carlee.

  8. Goodbye Angie I will always love you, 💖

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