In Loving Memory of
1968 - 2022
Obituary of Michelle St.AngeloMichelle St.Angelo January 20, 1968 - June 29, 2022
“Be like a tree, rooted and grounded in who you are.”
Michelle was a daughter to Carl and Mabel St.Angelo, mother to Simone Cornish and Sabrina St.Angelo, sister to Jennifer Hale and Robert St.Angelo, an aunt and cousin to many.
She had a positive influence on the lives of many and recently left behind memories with her daughter Simone, son in-law Michael, her grandson James, her many close friends Erica, Laurie, Kim, Kelly, Tara, Caroline, Brian, Kenny and a long list of so many more; all of which she brought happiness to and taught strength, resilience, selflessness, unconditional love, forgiveness and healing. Her spirit brought light to all her interactions and her presence will be felt amongst the trees, water, rocks and earth within all her favourite hiking spots.
To honour Michelle you can:
Plant a tree in memory of her
Go for a hike along the trails of Rockway Conservation Area, the Niagara Gorge and Shorthills Provincial Park.
Make a donation to the YWCA Niagara Region, as a way to continue her acts of empowering and helping those in need.
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I didn’t know Michelle that long or well but well enough to realize that she was a good, old soul. We had real, meaningful conversations truly connecting, sharing. So rare, welcome, in this disconnected day and age. I’m so sorry for your loss. She saw the beauty in life even when hers was a battle and that encourages others to do the same. God bless
Car I am so sorry to hear of your loss of Michele. Sending my sincere condolences.❤️🙏
I am so sorry to hear of Michelle’s passing I just found out today so young she was a funny woman made me laugh we had good times my heart goes out to all of you.
I was a childhood friend of Michelle and Jenny as we lived around the corner from each other . I’m thankful for all the great memories of playing Barbie’s , swimming, and riding our bikes all over the place . She truly had loving parents who opened the door and hearts to all her friends. She loved life and was always adventurous. My best memories were us camping with the family and Michelle roller skating around the rink at the Skylon Tower . She was a pro and a pleasure to watch, When we became adults and we ran into each other it was if time stood still. We would talk about our kids and than show pictures . Michelle’s beautiful daughters were her pride and joy and as she said one of her best life’s accomplishments.
I shall treasure all these wonderful memories and hold them close to my heart.
I want send my heartfelt condolences to her daughter’s , Simone and Sabrina , Also Jenny , Rob and Mr St Angelo I pray God grants you all peace and comfort during this very difficult time,
Rest In Peace Michelle ❤️🙏🏾,
o my beautiful friend i see your beautiful soul all around i know you see your beautiful grandson born yesterday my love and my heart goes out to your family and many friends you are so missed my rest in peace my Michelle gone but never forgotten xoxo
I was so sad to see this news. I used to work with Michelle in social services, and our desks were close to one another. We talked often and supported one another with our clients. I left the office quite some time ago and didn’t know Michelle had been sick so this was quite a shock to see.
Michelle was a kind and fun person. I remember her bringing in her daughters art work and displaying it in her work space, talking of her parents and the many fun things she enjoyed doing.
Michelle was so caring and compassionate in working with her clients and was always patient and willing to help.
May those who loved her find comfort in the many beautiful memories they have
Rest In Peace, Michelle