Angeline T. Spell
Spell, Angeline T. Age 97, of Naples, FL and Edina, MN passed away on February 16th, 2021. Preceded in death by husband Harry, and by parents Theodore and Paraskeve Pappas, and by siblings Lilla, John, and Mary. She and her siblings were first generation Greek -Americans. Angie was a graduate of Minneapolis West High School, class of 1942. After graduating from Macalester College in St Paul, MN with a bachelor's degree of Arts in Education, she became a high school teacher at various schools in Minnesota. She later earned a Master's degree in Art Education at the University of Minnesota. After receiving her graduate degree, she worked for the Minneapolis school district in a leadership role within the Art Education Administration. After her high school sweetheart Harry returned from service in World War II and Korea, they married and raised a family in Golden Valley, MN. Angie was a past President of the University of Minnesota Alumni Association, and a past President of The American Association of University Women. Angie was a lifelong member of the Greek Orthodox Church and was an active member of both the Naples & Minneapolis parishes she regularly attended. She served her Faith in many capacities, including teaching Sunday school to several generations of students. She and her husband Harry enjoyed their retirement by traveling, their involvement in community organizations, and spending time with their children and grandchildren. Angie's greatest joy was her family and her Christian faith. She was a wonderful wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, and cherished friend. Her husband Harry passed in early 2020, after 64 happy years together. Angie is survived by son Bill (Tiki), daughter Barbara (Gregg), grandchildren, Nichole (Noah), Harry, Gregg, Andrew (Rebecca), and Anne. The Family had a private funeral and burial. Washburn-McReavy.com Edina Chapel 952-920-3996
Published on February 28, 2021
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