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Angela Hope Hough
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Birth: 1983
Death: Jan. 23, 2013
Georgia, USA

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. - Angela Hope Hough, 30, died Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013. (in Child Birth)

Born at Shaw Air Force Base, she was a daughter of Randy Hough and Linda Benenhaley. She was a 2001 graduate of Sumter High School and attended Central Carolina Technical College.

Survivors include her sons, John Marshall Hough, Thomas Frederick "Bubby" Smith, IV, and Damien Ray Bramblett; her mother and stepfather, Al Benenhaley, of Dalzell; her father and stepmother, Kay Hough, of Fort Valley, Ga.; sisters, Rebecca Middleditch, Laura Hough, and Kelsey Hough; brothers, Jonathan Hough, William Peavy, and Dennis Adams; maternal grandparents, Vera McNeely and Laura Benenhaley; paternal grandparents, Robert and Jane Hough, Jo Bundy, and Don and Susan Thrasher; great-grandmother, Mary Minton; and special friend, William "Billy" Bramblett.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Long Branch Baptist Church with the Rev. James Allen officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Keith McNeely, Jim McNeely, Leland Benenhaley, James Benenhaley, Robert Benenhaley, and Joey Floyd.

The family will receive friends from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday at Long Branch Baptist Church.

Elmore-Cannon-Stephens Funeral Home and Crematorium of Sumter is in charge of the arrangements.

This is a POST by Angie's Dad Randy Hough:
It's Friday been back to work for three days trying to get things back to normal as possible :) I want to finish my final post on Angela's passing on to a better place I tried on Wednesday but couldnt finish (cause I lost signal dang ATT ) anyway this will be the hardest one. I need to say something about my wife Kay I love her so much she has been their for me she has been my shoulder to cry on and my rock to lean on I am so blessed :) I thak God for my daughters my son and my stepsons cause when I couldnt be strong for them they were strong for me and for that i am blessed, I thank God everyday for my family. We drove home to SC with the boys Sunday to my dads and stayed the night before heading to the funeral on Monday in Dalzell SC. It was great spending time with them. Left Monday morning got to the church before 11 got Lil John and Lil Tommy ready for the service took them into sanctuary to be with family looked fo Angela and she wasnt there (thought that was odd) was getting a bit worried 1130 was getting close people were coming in and no Angela finally she showed up just on time I always said she would be late for her own funeral. We found out later that the hearst had a flat on the way to the church. Alot of friends and family were able to attend the visitation in Dalzell that couldn't in Fort Valley it would have been to long of a trip. The visitation was awesome the funeral home that had Angela touched her up and she still looked beautiful, the preacher took all the family back to have prayer I kissed Angela one more time cause I knew it would be the last time I would see her on this earth the service was great Linda had a friend from the church that wrote a poem that had me in tears , when Al (Angelas stepdad)
sang the final song as hard as that must have been he pulled it out he was awesome. Lindas and Al's church and Al's awesome family welcomed us with open arms and with warm hearts we were blessed we went to the grave site to spend time with everyone and say our final goodbyes be fore they placed Angela in her final resting place. Went back in the church and ate a great meal. We visited Angela one more time before we left the church to look at the flowers and say goodbye with her sons.
I sure miss her. I will post pictures after I post this I kow this was long but I had to share this. Bye Angela Duck Head Diddybop I will always Love You :) 
Long Branch Baptist Church Cemetery
Sumter County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Sharon Holliday
Record added: Feb 01, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104493390
Angela Hope Hough
Added by: Linda Benenhaley
Angela Hope Hough
Added by: Sharon Holliday
Angela Hope Hough
Added by: Sharon Holliday
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- Lance
 Added: Jan. 2, 2015

- Stacey
 Added: Jul. 31, 2013
Even though we didn't have the chance to know you, we are blessed to know your dad Randy and Kay. Our hearts go out to the entire family and prayers with you all! "The Chamlee Family"
- Lee, Sharon, Kaylee, Khory & Kaden Holliday
 Added: Feb. 1, 2013

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