Barbara Charlene Dangelo, age 78, of Gulf Breeze, Florida passed away Thursday, November 23, 2017. She was born in Atlanta, Georgia on January 8, 1939.
Mrs. Dangelo was a valued member at the U.M.C., she was also a member of the Lady of the Elks PBOE 497, a member of Krewe of Rex, The Red Hat Society, and the Pensacola Beach Boat Club.
She was preceded in death by her parents Oliver and Grace Turner. One of her two sisters, Vanya Fair, and her loving husband of 58 years, Ralph E. Dangelo.
Survivors include, her sister Sandra (Don) Ashmore, two sons Darren E. Dangelo and Liz, and Douglas L. Dangelo and Suzie, four grandchildren; Crista Diaz, Amber Rau, Nicholas Dangelo, and Leah Dangelo and one great-grandson Anthony Diaz.
Services will be held at Rose Lawn Funeral Home, Gulf Breeze on Thursday November, 30, 2017. A time of visitation will be from 1:00 to 2:00 PM with a service to follow in the chapel of Rose Lawn at 2:00 PM. Pastor Scott Veroneau, of The Community Life United Methodist Church, will officiate the service.
Flowers will be accepted, or donations can be made to Community Life United Methodist Church, 4115 Soundside Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563.
Arrangements entrusted to Rose Lawn Funeral Home of Gulf Breeze. You may offer condolences, share memories and sign the guestbook at: www.roselawn-fh.com
Deepest sympathy and prayers from the Louis A. Dangelo Family of Greensburg, Pa., to the entire Dangelo and Turner Families! Aunt Charlene and Uncle Ralph will both be deeply missed, but may they rest in eternal peace together in the arms of the Lord.
Dr. Eugene M. Dangelo, Mr. Louis Christian Dangelo, & Mother, Mrs. Dolores J. DangeloGreensburg, PA
The Merry Mermaids will never forget this beautiful mermaid with are gorgeous smile, sweet disposession and kind heart. We are so thankful that she is able to join her husband Ralph at the "pearly gates" Thank you for being our friend. We will think of you every week that we play bunco. Love ya!! Wendy
wendy brandonGulf Breeze, FL
Charlene was my mother-in-law for 8 years. She showed love and devotion to her family. So many memories of her and Ralph. She will be loved forever and it's wonderful to know we will see her again on the other side.
Liz DangeloPensacola, FL
Charlene & I greeted at the 8:AM service at the CLCUMC. She always was so cheerful & her beautiful smile made you feel so good. She was a very strong, loving lady & I will miss her dearly. So sorry for your loss. God Bless, Carol
Carol SamuelsGulf Breeze, FL
You will be truly missed my sweet friend.
Sharon BurnsideGulff Breeze, FL
I loved my sister with all my heart, but know God has opened the gates of heaven welcoming her into Paradise, where there is no more pain or sorrow. She is now a heavenly angel and I rejoice in knowing I will join her one day.
Sandra Turner AshmoreFairfield Glade, TN
My grandmother was an amazing lady. We shared many laughs, memories, and fun times together. My fondest memories are when all of the family got together for the holidays; when we prayed together, ate together, and laughed together. I will always remember that beautiful smile that she had on her face. It didn't matter if anything was wrong, she was always so positive and carefree. I hope to one day be half the woman that she was. Grandma you will forever be missed and in our hearts and never forgotten. I pray that you and papap will always watch over us, protect us, and be there for us. I know you are watching down on us. I love you so much.
Xoxo Love Always,
Amber RauNavarre, FL