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Comments on: Red Cup Espresso owner’s death: Message from her family



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By: E.J

Wed, 16 Jan 2008 08:19:05 +0000

Heaven is a better place with in it, as much as we miss you here. And I bet the angels can get more done with you pushing quad lattes on them. I love you Angelia.



By: Pat Oceana

Sat, 12 Jan 2008 08:52:41 +0000

I miss Angi's smile and laughter, her beautiful spirit....very sad...a great loss for us all!



By: Eileen

Sat, 12 Jan 2008 04:50:38 +0000

Angie-you are the big sister I always wanted and finally got when you met Sean. Your love and compassion is huge and never ending. I miss you with all my heart. I can't believe you are gone from us. Please watch down and take care of Julian and Sean, they need you, we need you. Love, your seester.



By: Riki Thompson

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 07:30:13 +0000

Though it has been years since I have seen Angie, I feel a deep sadness to hear that she is no longer with us. Angie lit up the room like few people could! Sending hugs to Sean and Julian.



By: Danielle Pedro

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 06:05:06 +0000

I used to bring these twin boys that I nannied to see Angelia after pre school, get coffee and suckers for the boys....she loved them!! One of the twins had a heart operation coming up and not only did her heart break for the pain she knew he would go thru but she even bought him a gift to take with him on his trip for the operation. Everyday I would pick up the boys up from their pre school across the way, and their words were almost always the same.." We wanna go see ANGELINA!!! (that's how they said her name and she never corrected them) When I heard the news today I cried. The secret thing is that while the boys were so excited to see her smiling face and blush at the attention she gave them, I too was looking forward to seeing this extremly positive, loving and compassionate beautiful women who made everyone coffee along with their day. I am so sorry for your loss. please accept my deepest sympathy. I called the boys parents today to let them know what happened to angie..I wanted to make sure that they didn't ask one day to go see angelia and then come to hear of the aweful news of her death. We agreed that it was better for them to think of her just as she was, waiting with giggles and smiles to say hello and tell all the customers to look out and see the cute twin boys!! She was loved by so many. We loved her too. Danielle



By: John Clancy

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 01:52:22 +0000

Angie helped both my daughters Erin and Jill in so many ways.I will remember her as a very warm and caring person who will be missed by so many people near and far.



By: Wendy Stover

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 23:11:32 +0000

It is rare that a person touches your life so completely as Angie did...she was a part of my entire families life everyday - all the way down to our two dogs who probably enjoyed visiting Angie as much as we did...she was truly a bright light - and our days will never be the same without her to start them out...we will always cherish her friendship, her love and her amazing spirit. We love you Sean and Julian - Wendy, Billy, Milo, Sadie, Elan, Ozzy and Clyde



By: Jaci Turk

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 22:40:40 +0000

My daughter Isabel and I were a daily run through when we lived in West Seattle...now we are not there and word has just reached us of Angie's death. I am utterly speechless...so sorry. Some people genuinely touch your lives and make an imprint that lasts a lifetime...this she did for us. As well as Sean. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your whole family.



By: Jessica Forsythe and team @ The Forsythe Studio

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 05:08:47 +0000

Wow...What to say...Angalia was, is, such a light to soo many! All or at least one of us at the salon were daily customers!! She was always there with a smile and she took such good care of us all!!! If we needed coffee help or just one more bottle of water... always it was "Don't worry! see you soon"!!! We wish you, Sean , Jullian and family peace and love during this sad time. We will miss her soo very much. We love you...Jess



By: Eric Johnson

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 00:32:52 +0000

My heart goes out to you Sean and Julian. Call me. I am so sorry for you loss! ej



By: Chuck and Roz McNeese

Wed, 09 Jan 2008 23:40:04 +0000

Deepest sympathy to Sean O'Dea and son Jullian. We will miss Angie very much and she will always be in our hearts.



By: Nicole Bowe

Wed, 09 Jan 2008 23:29:54 +0000

She was the cutest,sweetest thing you would ever run into. Angie always had a smile no matter what. My heart and prayers go out to Sean and there son they shared together. Much Love from Jim and Nicole Bowe



By: Chris

Wed, 09 Jan 2008 20:07:32 +0000

Even though we would go a while without talking every time I saw Angie it was like we talked every day. Her smile brought warmth to all and she will truely be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with Sean and all who loved this tremendous women.



By: Jonathan French

Wed, 09 Jan 2008 19:43:05 +0000

Angie was a close friend and considered family to us for the last 20 years. She was a bright light and her warmth shined far and touched all who met her. Many of you were fortunate enough to meet her while she owned and operated West Seattle's best coffee shop, Red Cup Espresso. Her energy and quirky sense of humor made the mornings more bearable. Angie loved her family and friends more than anything, and was generous to a fault. The world was a better place with her, and will have a void without her. The times of laughter are too numerous, and yet too far too short. We all love you so much, Angelia.



By: Deana

Wed, 09 Jan 2008 17:48:56 +0000

Sweet Angie and I went to high school together, we cheer leaded together and be came fast friends. She always made me laugh and we alwyas had a blast together. She will be truly missed. Sean, my heart is aching for you, Julian and the rest of your families. You are all in my thoughts. Love, Deana