William "Bill" Russell Angle, Jr.

June 26, 1948 - February 12, 2008

William "Bill" Russell Angle, Jr., age 59 of Frisco, Texas passed away on February 12, 2008 in Frisco. He was born on June 26, 1948 in Meutchen, New Jersey to William R. and Hilda (Kumpel) Angle. He is survived by his wife, Peggy Angle of Frisco, Texas; sons, David Watson of Frisco, Texas and Brian Angle of Frisco, Texas; sister, Patricia Kirk & husband David of High Point, North Carolina; brother, James Angle and wife, Carol of Lowell, Massachusetts; nieces and nephews, Karina, Korbin, Kenneth, Lisa, Laura, Rebecca, Matthew and a host of friends. Funeral Services will be held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 8520 Main Street, Frisco, TX 75034 at 2:00 PM on Saturday, February 16, 2008 with Bishop Ken Martin officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home one hour prior to service time. Interment will follow at Ridgeview West Memorial Park in Frisco.

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I was very sad to hear of Bill's passing. He was a wonderful friend and a very good photographer. My fondest memories of Bill had to be at many of the photo club meetings and conventions in Daytona and Orlando. Although I haven't seen Bill in several years, I will always remember the many laughs and great times we shared. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends who loved him very much. Bob Colmer, February 22, 2008 We didn't have very many opportunities to meet Bill, but his memory stands out clearly. He was a kindly soul and devoted to his family. He was also enterprising, willing to attempt a new venture. We were glad Bill was part of our family, and hope Peggy, Brian and his loved ones will remember and treasure the memories and be comforted. Charles & Howard Merrill, February 18, 2008 At christmas dinner the 1st year at profitpointe we sat there and talk about politics (?) and talked about witt and the English witt. We both seem to have the same kind of humor and laugh that day and enjoyed the event. K. Lee Smith, February 18, 2008 Bill has always been my rock, I could depend on him for anything and everything. He was my best friend as well as my love. I will always love him. I can't imagine my life without him. I thank him for the best 20 years of my life. A woman could not ask to be loved, respected or appreciated any more than what Bill did me. I will never understand why he had to be taken from me so soon - we had plans to go for 50 years or more together - but will always be grateful for the time we had. I love you, Bill. Peggy Angle, February 17, 2008 During his life Bill won many awards and was recognized for many accomplishments in his life but his true success is the capacity he had for love. He was my friend, my brother-in-law, and like a father to my children. We love him and will miss him every day. Donna Kramer Flanigan, February 17, 2008 Bill was not only a collegue but a friend. Even though years have passed since moving to Texas I am saddened at the loss of a good friend. Bill had a quirky sense of humor that once you knew Bill you appreciated the quick wit. There are alot of memories I can share but to Peggy my favorite was her "Oh My" only Peggy and Bill will understand that one. His loss is felt by many of us that knew him well. A 21 flash send off to you my friend. Peace, David David Wright, February 17, 2008 Our fondest memories of Bill are his dry sense of humor and the fact he was always willing to lend a hand whenever it was needed. His advice was invaluable when we first started business. He will be sorely missed!! We are sure that he is now comparing notes with Ansel Adams. Kim & Peggy Warmolts, February 15, 2008 My deepest sympathies in your time of loss. Debbie Allen, February 15, 2008