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Angie Pelle Suyo

October 19, 1962 - November 18, 2020

Angie Pelle Suyo of Allen, Texas passed away November 18, 2020 at the age of 58. He was born on October 19, 1962 to Angelo Suyo, Sr. and Julieta (Pelle) Suyo in the Philippines.  Angie married Cherry Cabrera on August 24, 1998 in the Philippines.  He worked as a Geographic Information System Technician, GIS for the City of Allen.  Angie was a member of the Catholic Church in Allen.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 22 years, Cherry Suyo; daughters, Chelsey Suyo and Ashley Suyo; son, Cody Suyo, all of Allen, Texas ; mother, Julieta Suyo of the Philippines; sisters, JoAn Evangelista of London, Aileen Advincula of the Philippines, and Irna Ornillo of the Philippines; brothers, Elmer Suyo, Eric Suyo, and Angelo Suyo, Jr., all of the Philippines; and a host of other loving family members and friends.

Angie was preceded in death by his father, Angelo Suyo, Sr.

In support of our local, state, and federal govt including CDC directives and to protect the physical health, safety and well-being of our community, only a limited number of guests will be allowed to attend the funeral service.

A funeral service and rosary lead by Deacon Ron Fejeran will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 23, 2020, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas.  The service will also be live streamed at TJMfuneral.com on Angie’s obituary page by clicking on the following link: Celebrationoflife.tv. After the service, the recorded live stream will be available for viewing at the same link location.

However, when the maximum number of guests are reached, those who would like to honor Angie and show their support to his family may remain at the funeral home in your vehicle, where you can watch the live streamed service on your personal device (laptop, tablet or smartphone) or listen through a designated FM radio channel.

Following the funeral service, a procession will make its way to Ridgeview Memorial Park for a committal service at Ridgeview Pavilion where all are invited to attend the committal service maintaining social distancing or you may remain in your vehicle. You will be able to listen to the service through speakers set up at the gravesite.

A “come and go” visitation will be held on Sunday afternoon, November 22, 2020 from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home in Allen. Only a limited number of guests will be allowed to enter the funeral home facility at any one time to maintain social distancing.

A funeral mass will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, December 4, 2020 at St. Jude Church, 1515 N. Greenville Avenue, Allen, Texas, 75002.

 Celebrationoflife.tv livestream link https://celebrationoflife.tv/blog/angie-pelle-suyo

 

 

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Rest in peace. We will miss your smile. karendcromwell@gmail.com, November 24, 2020 I have been trying to find the right words this week. Our last hug and goodbye wasn't supposed to be THE last hug and goodbye. It was always a joy to see you coming into the office every day and see how amazing you were working with others in your typical self-less fashion. I have no doubt He is saying "well done my good and faithful Angie..." Brandi Garcia, November 24, 2020 Angie was a wonderful addition to City of Allen and out of the three people I had interviewed he stood out. Not only was he dedicated at work with a great demeanor, but more so a a dedicated family man. I remember him talking about the night shifts that Cherry had to work and how they were handling the new born baby and the older daughter. We kept in touch all through the years even after I left the City. Excellent in his CAD skills and organization he made the City look great with the engineering specification manuals he produced. The last communication was on his birthday just a month ago and he said he was doing great and I wished him health and happiness. Unfortunately his health gave way, however, the happiness is what he has left us to cherish. To Cherry and the children, I pray to God to shower his blessings. Angie was a great man and will never be forgotten. Dennis Abraham, November 23, 2020 Brother Angie was a warm and gentle man with a generous heart, who was well respected by everyone. We'll always treasure your kindness and the memories we've spent with you. You'll always be in our hearts. Irna Suyo Ornillo, November 23, 2020 Farewell to our friend and neighbor. A man of few words but his demeanor had spoken depth of character, resilience and unmeasurable love to his family. Angie was a true gentleman, dignified and courageous. He fought his sickness on his own great cavalry; never complaining and , He was a rare combination of someone who had a love of life and a firm understanding of what was important — the simplicity of living a life with those you love. Cherry, take it one day at a time. You are not and will never be alone. He loved you immensely and his memories will guide you and comfort you. Chelsey, Ashley and Cody - there are no words to describe how your Dada loved you. All he wanted for you are to grow the best as you could be. Hold on to your Dada's memories and let it guide you. I will keep you in my prayers that God help you continue His legacy of silence and yet fierce. While your family and friends will miss you immensely, God speed, Angie. Soar up high, no more pain. Join the hosts of angels in heaven your true home. The Naguit Family (Nell, Margie, Kim & Josh Pollard and Kaila), November 23, 2020 My condolences Baby. My prayers for you and your children to be strong in this difficult time. May the soul of Angie be at peace with God. Take care and God bless.
Baidy Cabrera, November 23, 2020 I can see you in my eyes but you'll always be in my heart brother you may now rest in peace,until we meet again Aileen suyo advincula, November 23, 2020 Rest in peace Angie Henry & Medina Holloway, November 23, 2020 Cherry, May God hold you close during this difficult time. Condolences to you and your family. Deshonna Taylor, November 23, 2020 Angie was an amazing coworker and a wonderful friend. Any time we crossed paths, I could always count on him yelling "Josh!" down the hallways. You will truly be missed my friend! Josh Blagburn, November 23, 2020 Suyo Family, I had the honor of working with Angie twice at the City of Allen. When I started as an entry level planner back in 2006, I remember him helping me use the wide format scanner and learn how to look up plats on the network. He was always kind and knowledgeable. When I rejoined the City in 2016, I did not have as much interaction with him as I was in a different role, but I do recall reaching out to him to get information on the plat, site plan, etc. archives. The system he created is still used and very much appreciated to this day. He left things better than he found them: people, places and things. Thank you for sharing him with his work family for so many years! It is evident that he loved his family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Erin Jones, November 23, 2020 Praying for you, Cherry and your family for an overflow of comfort and peace now and always. Cynthia McCauley, November 22, 2020 We will miss you. You will always be in our heart. Elmer Suyo, November 22, 2020 Angie was more than a colleague to me. He is a wonderful and caring person. We shared a lot of commonalities over the past 15 years at the City, and I always cherish the time. Gone from the sight, but never from our hearts. Richard Truong, November 22, 2020 Tito Angie functioned as a pillar for our Suyo family. He was a man who displayed a stern personality, but was also a man who displayed a caring one. Although his passing may have been sooner, he will always be remembered as a good father, a respected uncle, and a kind brother for all of us. Earl Angelo Suyo Ornillo, November 22, 2020 My Dearest Friend and Colleague during my stint of work at Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for 8 Years. Even taught me Basic Arabic for minimal conversation. We shared so much laughters, stories, family plans, love stories and even tears. I will always remember his calmness when we met after several years in 2019 advising his battle for the BIG C. Rest in Peace my Pareng Angie, You are now in our God's merciful embrace. Mission Accomplished my friend. God bless your family in this challenging times of their lives.
Rufino Tengco Lopez, November 21, 2020
Our deepest condolences to Cherry and Family may the Lord our Almighty comfort you during this time of sorrow and may Angie’s Rest In Peace a very good friend and family man surely he will be missed.
Jeanne and Edward Rabino, November 21, 2020 The best brother in the whole world! Who will forget a great person like him, the pillar of our family,a role model,confidante, loved and adored by all of his siblings? Where we are now, we owe it all to him and we thanked him for that.No words can express how pained, sadly,deeply within our hearts, but the memories of him will remain and we will carry it through as his legacy that he left behind remains, his kindness and generosity. We are thankful to Ate Cherry, Chelsey , Ashley and Cody for the happiness and love that you had bestowed upon him, We are grateful that until the end you stood and fought and looked after him well.Salute to you all. Our Mother Julieta, was in great pain with the loss of a great son .Peace and comfort to all of us who had been touched by my brothers life. We love you so much Boy.No goodbyes but until we meet again. Love, Jo Ann Jo Ann Suyo Evangelista , November 21, 2020 Our sincere condolences to the bereaved family. Sending our live and prayers . Rest in peace Angie. Joy & Leonard Agunias, November 20, 2020 Condolences. May the soul of Angie rest in peace.
Josephine carbonel, November 20, 2020 I remember when Angie started at the City of Allen. He was always ready to help and always a go to person I could count on. Whether he was helping me find plans, valves, buying candy bars for my children’s fund raisers, making signs for a student council election or just sitting down and listening he gave 100%. I left Allen in 2017 and only spoke to Angie a couple of times since so I was shocked to say the least when I heard he was called home. Cherry, while we have never met please know that you and your family are in my prayers. I feel comfort knowing that Angie is in heaven and looking over all those he loved. Rodney Wolfe, November 20, 2020 Deepest condolences to the Suyo family! Angie was a consummate gentleman and talented employee who will be sorely missed!
Tom Keener , November 20, 2020 My deepest condolences to Angie’s family. He was one of my favorite people to work with. Always with a smile on his face, willing to make sure you received what you asked for. Great man.
Debra, November 20, 2020 The community of Allen and the City of Allen organization are better places thanks to Angie and his dedication to public service. Angie was most certainly an exceptional employee, but more importantly he was an exceptional person. I never left a conversation with Angie where I wasn't in a better mood just for being able to spend a few minutes with him. Eric Ellwanger, November 20, 2020 Angie Suyo was a good man, a family man. I called him a friend not just a coworker. Angie was always so sweet and kind, told the truth all the time. Always quick to help anyone in need, a very compassionate man. The Suyo family will be in my prayers. Trent West, November 20, 2020 Sending good thoughts and prayers to Angie's family during this difficult time. Angie will be remembered for his professionalism, extreme kindness, and willingness to participate in various City-sponsored events and activities as demonstrated in the attached picture of the 2017 Halloween Costume Contest for United Way. I will never forget his joy in becoming an American citizen, his witty sense of humor, his "can do" attitude, and the pride and love he had for his family. I admired him for his quiet strength and positive attitude during his battle with cancer. He will be greatly missed!
Andrea Smith, November 20, 2020
Angie was more than a colleague to me. Even though we did not spend time together away from work, we never needed to. We enjoyed a trusting relationship for 15 years that never disappointed, always close at-hand and service. You could count on Angie for any task and he accepted each assignment with zeal. Extremely intelligent and adept at problem-solving and efficiency, Angie was very successful his entire career with us. The pride he took in his work was an example for us all - purpose-driven with an accountability that he expected from others as well. We shared delightful and tough conversations alike, with an understanding that is invaluable in the work place. He made a huge impression on me from the start, and our mutual respect allowed us to thrive in a very strong partnership. Never entitled, Angie inspired me with his deep devotion to selfless service, loyalty to the organization, and gratitude for everything he earned. I am a better person because of him, truly. It is my prayer that peace and comfort come to his beautiful family and all of us who knew him well. We are all reflections of those around us. Likewise, Angie's spirit lives-on within each of us that knew his kind heart and generosity. Chris Flanigan, November 20, 2020 Angie was a wonderful person who was a great co-worker and friend. He always had a smile for everyone he came in contact with and would help anyone with anything. Angie had a positive impact on everyone he met. I still remember calling him to schedule his interview when he came to work at the City of Allen. He was a huge help to me during my time in the Engineering department. Prayers for the family and loved ones during this difficult time. Debbie Morrison, November 20, 2020 Angie was a respected and knowledgeable collogue that I enjoyed knowing for many years. He was always quick to smile and always glad to take on any requested task. He will sorely missed at the City where he leaves behind many friends. Donna & Terry Kliewer, November 20, 2020 Angie loved life and he loved to serve, knowing life and service are intertwined. Some people are described as never having a bad day, and in his case that certainly seemed true, He greeted everyone as if they were his very best friend because they were. He was a bright light in a world that always needs more Angies. Jeff Timbs, November 20, 2020 Sending love and prayers to Angie's family, loved ones and coworkers. I remember him so well, and it is his kindness that will always stand out. May God bless him and the memory he leaves behind. Kathleen Vaught, November 20, 2020 I cannot fully describe in words how much I will miss you. You were an excellent role model for me, always had that willing spirit to help others out, you had that extra push to check up on me to see how I was doing. You taught me well and you were very honest at all times. I truly enjoyed all the stories you told me about how you traveled with the family, how you first starting working outside the US, and other stories as well. You also showed me pictures of the work you performed, great craftsmanship. I appreciate everything you have done and taught. Whenever you had something on your mind that bothered you, you would come to me, and I would do the same with you. Thank you for all that, and then some. You will be missed Angie, but not forgotten. Mr Eddy, November 20, 2020 Angie was an absolute pleasure to work with. Always smiling, always helpful, always positive. I will certainly miss him at city hall. Condolences to all his family. Sandra Mack, November 20, 2020 The first time I met Angie was when I asked if he would be able to print out a ridiculously oversized photo of George R.R. Martin for a library bulletin board display- he not only gave an enthusiastic "yes!" but he was in the building not an hour later, proudly holding a large roll of printed paper. He will be missed- I'll be thinking of his family and friends in these moments Emily P., November 20, 2020 Rest in Peace, Tito Angie! I truly appreciate all the times that Angie spent with me calming me down after I would get mad at something happening in the office. Angie was always willing to lend an ear and offer up some timely advice that was perfect for the situation I was going through. I truly appreciate his spirit of service and always being there to support his family to the best of his ability. Angie will be sorely missed at the City of Allen. Casey Bennett Casey Bennett, November 20, 2020 This doesn't seem real. We all have round trip tickets, but I didn't realize your return trip would be so soon. Angie was a joy to work with and such a positive person. I am honored to call him my friend. He will be missed. Cherry, you and the kids are in my thoughts and prayers. We live around the corner from you. Please reach out if you need anything at all. Condolences from our entire family. May God give you and the kids strength to get through this difficult time. Alison Schneck, November 20, 2020