Angela Volz (November 24, 1942 - July 16, 2023)

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Angela Volz
  • November 24, 1942
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  • July 16, 2023

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Angela (Angie) Neicen VolzBorn on November 24, 1942 in Tampa, FL, Angie passed away at Cornerstone Hospice Care of The Villages on July 16, 2023, after battling a long illness. She was a lifelong resident of Florida.She was proceeded in death by her parents, Edwina Glover Perry and Eugene L. Perry, Sr., son,Timothy James Cauble, daughter, Katrina Marie Mason Roberts, and loving husband, John Joseph Volz.She is survived by her son, Joe Spivey (Debbie), sister, Audrey Perry, brother, Gene Perry, Jr., six grandchildren, five great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.Angie was quite the colorful character and full of spunk. She lived her 80 years to the fullest alway dressed to the nines wherever she went. She was known to have a way with words in the most humorous manner.Angie had several hobbies; artwork, cooking, sewing, knitting, crochet, macramé, and refurbishing furniture, were among those. Being an avid gardener, she spent many hours working in her yard. She enjoyed shopping and gift giving was one of her favorite pleasures. She adored her fur babies, Bully and Callie. They were the best of buddies.Angie loved her family unconditionally. As a proud grandma, among her greatest accomplishments, were her grandchildren. May God rest her soul.In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Hospice.


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  1. Sara says:
    11 Sep 2023
    You were such a special person. One of a kind! I admired your strength. You always stood up for yourself and told it like it was! You had such a big heart and you will always live on in mine. I love you.

  2. Meloni Roberts says:
    10 Sep 2023
    I still want to call her everyday. She had a way to make me feel better after our convos. It would be easy for me to remain upset for that privilege no longer exist. I know it is selfish but it’s just not fair. I can’t replace her. No one will ever fill her shoes. No one! Oh and she had so many pairs of shoes. Rest in peace grandma. I loved and miss you so much. Thank you aunt Aud, you are so kind and loving.

  3. Gene Perry says:
    10 Sep 2023
    May you rest in peace my beautiful sister. I will miss you dearly. One day we will be together again and it will be like old times. May God bless and keep you safe.

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