OBITUARY: Angela Marie Marchese, 36

WILMINGTON, MA — On March 14, 2023, Angela Marie Marchese passed away at the age of 36 in the hospital after a brief illness.

Angela was born in Winchester, Massachusetts and was raised in Wilmington, Massachusetts and attended Wilmington Schools until she was 15 years old, and then moved to Clearmont, Wyoming with her family

Angela was a kind soul and would help anyone she could. She always had a big smile for everyone she met. She loved to travel and had a passion for camping up in the mountains in Wyoming and Montana. Angela loved Animals and she also loved to sing. Angela lived her life the way she loved and that made her happy.

She is survived by her mother Lyn Mullin Wilson Schroeder, of Wyoming and Florida; her children Cheyenne, Blake, Isaiah and Kairi Bjork, of Wilmington; grandmother Geraldine Mullin, of Wilmington; sisters Sirena Cooley, of Gillette, Wyoming and Raven Elizabeth Cooley Wilson of Colorado; and her uncles Edward and Robert Mullin, of Wilmington.

She is predeceased by her grandparents Robert J Mullin, and Frank and Phyllis Marchese.

Though her life was filled with hardship, she rests now in the arms of the Lord, in Peace and Love Forever.

A Celebration of life will be held July 1, 2023 from noon to 4pm, at the Wilmington Knights of Columbus Hall, 112 Middlesex Avenue, Wilmington, MA 01887, behind St Thomas-Villanova Church.

Angela Marie Marchese

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  1. I have known Angie and her Grandmother for many years. I’ve been there when Gram was having a hard time with Angie. I was there when Angie got her first boyfriend Joshua who turned into her husband and all that drama that went with that and the twins were born and it was just a real exciting time for her. I can’t tell you all the happy times I I have spent with Angie and her family Gram and the uncles. Don’t get me wrong life with Angela’s not always easy but when she needed me I was always there for her Gram and I would split time with her because she was that emotional child who had her issues and we worked well together grandma and I. Angie was known as one of my children just like a lot of the other kids in Wilmington up until I had to sell my house she still kept in contact with me we caught back up in New York and she found me up there and then again down in Florida. It breaks my heart what’s happened to her

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