Angela Kristi Carson

Forever Loved and Cherished

 

October 8, 1976 - January 16, 2024

In Loving Memory

Angela Kristi Carson

It is with great sorrow that we have to announce the untimely passing of Angie on January 16, 2024.

Angie loved any and all animals, especially her “fur boys” Elbie and Ehles. They miss her terribly. Also left to treasure her memory are her husband Andrew Ward, Mom: Heather, Father-in-law: Bill (Carol), and numerous cousins and friends. Angie was pre-deceased by her Dad: Tom, Mother-in-law: Deb Ward, Aunt Nancy and both Grandmas and Grandpas.

For the past 16 years Angie has been inseparable from her husband. They were totally in love.

She worked in retail and had a very magnetic personality. People would come into the store just to see and talk to her. Angie could always make people laugh with her quick wit and very funny sense of humor.

Andrew and Heather are lost without her.

A Celebration for Angie will take place at a later date.

Arrangements entrusted to

Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-546-7237

Condolences may be expressed to the family by phone or email through Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services:

T: 250-546-7237

2980 Smith Dr,
Armstrong, BC V0E 1B1

E: [email protected]

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Comments: 19

  1. Lisa Dalzell King says:

    Angie was a beautiful, fun and loving person who was my best friend for many years in high school. Although we drifted apart, and I moved away, she was never far from my mind. We had many, many great times together and I am extremely sadden to know that she has passed and the world no longer has she beauty in it. My deepest condolences Heather, and to Andrew, who I haven’t met but I’m so happy to learn that Angie had many happy years with you. She deserved all the happiness it the world. Rest in Peace, dear Angie.

  2. Derek Antonio says:

    You believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself. Your unconditional love inspired me to hang on when all I wanted to do was let go. Grateful we got to reconnect in 2020 after decades apart. You will always be my guardian angel. Rest well babe.

  3. Shannon says:

    I met Angie when she transferred to Alexis park elementary and immediately liked her 💜 she was kind, funny and loved animals! We spent our weekends going between Ebenezer’s and all the local pet stores to look for kittens. Our youthful dream was to own (or at least work) in a pet shop. We drifted apart in high school, but kept in touch through a mutual and amazing friend Lisa D.
    I’m so sad to hear Angie is no longer with us on earth. We will all miss her 💕

  4. Janet says:

    My dear friend I shall miss our laughs and working together. It’s not often you connect with someone so much that it feels like a part of your body is missing. You were and will always be my right arm and my ride or die buddy. Rest east Angie🥰

  5. Janet says:

    My dear friend ANGIE, I shall miss your laughter and the way you brighten up a room just by walking into it. I’m glad I had the opportunity to work with you and ended up getting a new friend out of the experience. I’ll miss our coffee dates and back porch laughing sessions. Rest easy Angie🥰.

  6. Teresa and John Hanson says:

    Our deepest condolences to Heather and Andrew. As well as Angie’s many friends and family. Such a kind loving spirit. Rest in peace beautiful, Angie. The world is a sadder place without you

  7. Crystal says:

    Angie was one of my few best friends. We worked together at Dollarama, this is how we met and we immediately became friends. With time she and I realized we were two peas in a pod… we were both weird as hell and when we talked or hung out together it was always a judgement free zone.
    We would sometimes go months without talking, but if I needed her she was always there and it was always like no time had passed at all. Cece and I will miss you forever 😞

  8. Steve whitehead says:

    My condolences to Angela family. She will be missed by everyone who came in contact with her. She lights up the room with her great personality. So sad she went so early in life.my thoughts are with the family .

  9. Ron Njootli says:

    Angie you left us way too early in life. Your loving sense of humour was a reflection of your father that brought laughter to us all. You will be dearly missed by everyone that was so lucky to be a part of your life, you’ll be remembered as a beautiful soul who was kind and loving to her fur babies giving them the fullest enjoyment one could imagine , they are also saddened by your loss. I know you will be watching over your husband and mom from above leaving them some silly signs of your love to be identified by only you. Bringing them some smiles much needed as they are having very difficult emotional experiences grieving your loss. Rest in peace my beautiful cousin, Angie you will be missed so much. Please say hi to Grandma and your dad for me. XOXO 😘 💕💕💕

  10. Len and Rita Litzenberger says:

    Heather , I’m so sorry to hear of your great loss of your beautiful daughter 💔My heart goes out to you both and is breaking for you and Andrew and Elbie and Ehles.. Angie was such a beautiful woman and her kind loving personality touched everyone she came in contact with ❣️She put a smile on my face many times when shopping at the $ store . . Keeping you both in our thoughts and prayers🙏 🩷🙏

  11. Becky Whitehead (nee Price) says:

    Angie, I’m so sorry to hear of your passing. You have been on my mind for the last few weeks and now I know why. We were inseparable when we were in elementary school and we re connected back in the early 2000’s but lost touch again. And I regret that so much. Rest well my friend. Heather, I’m so sorry for your loss. Hugs to you and all the family.

  12. Stefanie Crockett says:

    I just found out today and I am so terribly sorry. She and I used to be pretty damn close years ago and when we would run into each other, it was the same- big hugs, laughs, and whispers of planning to get together. Quick wit, a great laugh, and one of the warmest souls I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Rest In Peace Ang, I will miss you…

    My thoughts are with you both, Heather and Andrew and I hope you both know that I would welcome a message if and when you feel like you can.

  13. Mel says:

    Rest easy beautiful lady💔

  14. Carl & Jacqueline Gobbett says:

    Andrew, we are so sorry to hear of Angie’s passing. Please accept our condolences, You and Angie’s family are in our thought’s, Love & hug’s from Carl, Jacqueline & Family

  15. Meegan says:

    I have been wondering why I could not get ahold of Ang lately, and I am EXTREMELY heartbroken to find out through the newspaper😭
    To her husband Drew, my condolences, I know how in love she is with you and her babies Ellis and Elby. And to her momma Heather, please accept my love and condolences.
    If you have a service in the future I wish to attend to pay my deepest respects.

  16. Teri Spates says:

    Dear Andrew,
    I was so sorry to hear of Angie’s passing. My thoughts are with you and I hope you find comfort in your fur babies who miss her too.
    Sincerely
    Teri Spates

  17. Nancy and John Hudgin says:

    Dearest Heather, it is with shock and sorrow we learned of Angie’s passing. Although we hadn’t seen you in too long a time, have moved to Vancouver Island, you were always present in our thoughts, being the first friends we had when we moved to Enderby. Our hearts go out to you and Andrew, and all who loved her. Nancy, John, Katherine, and Sara xx

  18. Sara Hudgin says:

    I was so sorry to see Angie’s obituary in the paper recently.
    Angie and I were childhood friends in Enderby and lived a couple houses apart on Russel Ave.
    I have fond memories of playing with Angie and have enjoyed looking through photo’s I have of her and I from that time.
    Although we didn’t stay in touch over the years (as my family moved away in the late 80s) I was happy to see Angie again a couple of years ago when she was working at the dollarama in Polson mall.
    She still had such a bright light and caring personality.
    I am so sorry for the loss of such a beautiful person.
    Sending Heather and Angie’s husband much love.
    Sara Hudgin

  19. Sara Hudgin says:

    I was so sorry to see Angie’s obituary in the paper recently.
    Angie and I were childhood friends in Enderby and lived a couple houses apart on Russel Ave.
    I have fond memories of playing with Angie and have enjoyed looking through photo’s I have of her and I from that time.
    Although we didn’t stay in touch over the years (as my family moved away in the late 80s) I was happy to see Angie again a couple of years ago when she was working at the dollarama in Polson mall.
    She still had such a bright light and caring personality.
    I am so sorry for the loss of such a beautiful person.
    Sending Heather and Angie’s husband much love.
    Sara Hudgin

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