DALTON, BERKSHIRE Co., MA - Mr. Angelo Francis DeAngelus ( 75y ) d: January 23, 1990 - of 839 Main St., who was principal of the former Dalton High School and active in elder affairs, died yesterday at Berkshire Medical Center. He was born in Dalton on Sep 27, 1914, the son of Joseph and Virginia Casella DeAngelus, and attended local school. He graduated from Roanoke College, Salem, VA., in 1936 with a bachelor's degree in education and from Massachusetts State College at Amherst, now the University of Massachusetts, in 1938 with a master's degree in education. He also attended New York University. Mr. DeAngelus was a chemistry teacher at Dalton High and served as principal for seven years, beginning in 1949. He later moved to Fort Lauderdale, FL., where he was a teacher and dean at Pine Crest School, a private institution. He moved back to Dalton in 1973. He was president of the Senior Center for 14 years and was director of its nutritional program, was chairman of and instrumental in founding the Council on Aging and was president of the Golden Agers for several years. He was a communicant of St. Agnes' Church. He leaves his wife the former Eugenia Costello, whom he married Aug 16, 1938; a son Joseph A. DeAngelus of Dalton, a daughter Mrs. Virginia A. Weber of Dalton; four brothers, Louis DeAngelus of Rome, GA., Charles and Archie DeAngelus, both of Dalton, and John DeAngelus of Hinsdale; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Baumann of Hinsdale and Mrs. Ethel "Dolly" Dixon of Dalton two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Pittsfield. Beraers were, Joseph A. DeAngelus a son; William A. and Mark J. Weber grandsons; John J. Weber a son in law; and Charles J. and Archie J. DeAngelus brothers. jar END:
The Berkshire Eagle - Pitts., Berk. Co., MA - We:01:24:1990 - B2:1-2.
Eugenia Carmella Costello DeAngelus
1914–2006 (m. 1938)
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