Angeline Lewis

Died: Mon., Jul. 30, 2018


11:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Wed., Aug. 01, 2018
Location: Sagamok Community Hall

Funeral Mass

Fri., Aug. 03, 2018
Location: St. Raphel's Catholic Church

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In Loving Memory Of
Angeline Lewis
March 20th, 1942-July 30th, 2018

Died peacefully at Manitoulin Health Centre,
Little Current on Monday,  at the age of 76.

Proud and loving mother of
Bonita (Pablo),
Bruce (Bernadette predeceased) ; all from Toronto
Rick of North Bay,
Janice (Isaac),
Gena (Mark),
Doris (Gus); all Sagamok
Rebecca from Sault Ste. Marie,
Robert Jr. of Sagamok,
and their father Robert Sr.
Cherished grandmother of 29 grandchildren,
3 predeceased Hilary, Alexander, Kirstie and
great grandmother of 27.
Dear sister of
Georgina (Glen),
Jessie (William predeceased),
Clement (Wilma),
Robert (Kim),
Felix (Rhonda).
predeceased by Doris, Rosella, Peter, James and Frederick.
Predeceased by parents Helen (Southwind) and Ignatius Sageyaweosa.
Will always be remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends.

Visitation at the New Community Hall
on Wednesday, August 1st, 2018 from 11am
Funeral Mass at St. Raphael's Catholic Church
Friday, August 3rd, 2018 at 11am  
Burial at Sagamok Cemetery

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Mary rose Saucier
   Posted Tue July 31, 2018
Sending sincere condolences saddened to hear of Angelines passing

Nicole Eshkakogan
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
Thank you Angeline for be a companion to my mom Janet for over 40 years. You came by each and every day to see her even when you weren’t feeling well. I and my sisters will always be grateful for your support and friendship.

M. Pauline Williams Aamjiwnaang First Nation Sarnia, Ontario.
   Posted Thu August 02, 2018
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We are very sorry to hear of my 1st cousin Angeline's passing. She was known to be at most functions when she was well. I always enjoyed her jokes and teasing that she enjoyed.
Once, ages ago, she found me shopping at Honest Ed's in TO. I heard a woman speak to me in our Anishnaaabemwin. The woman said , "Aanii, m'ndimoon enish" Without turning around, I recognized Angeline voice. So, without turning around I said, "Aanii, Aanzheniig." We both laughed and hugged in the store. We will miss her. Take care of yourselves, my relatives. Mpw.

Shelly stringer_neos mom
   Posted Tue August 07, 2018
I had the honor of meeting Angline a few times when I was with Bruce in 96 and had Neos. She treated me extremely well. Her and her whole family have always continued to mean the world to me.

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