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Angela Helena <I>Machado</I> Allen

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Angela Helena Machado Allen

Birth
California, USA
Death
21 May 2008 (aged 92)
Island County, Washington, USA
Burial
Coupeville, Island County, Washington, USA GPS-Latitude: 48.206225, Longitude: -122.7068236
Plot
Sec. P Sherman Addon Space 9
Memorial ID
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Angela Allen, 93, died May 21, 2008, at her home with her family by her side. She was born May 28, 1915 in Hanford, Calif., to Manuel and Olivia Machado. Her father was a dairy farmer.
Angela married James Allen in 1947 and together they followed Jim's work from California to Washington to Illinois to New York and more. They raised two wonderful girls in the process and in 1982, after Jim retired, decided to move to Whidbey Island. They have lived in the Coupeville area for the past 26 years.
Angela is survived by her husband of 61 years, Jim, along with her daughters June Allen of Coupeville and Renee with husband Lane of Preston, Wash. Also sisters Florence Espinola of Madera, Calif., Jolene Matthews of Paradise, Calif., and brother Manuel Machado with wife Trudy of Tulare, Calif.
Angela was an accomplished knitter, whose latest project was knitting caps for Native American children.
21 May 2008 Whidbey News Times Whidbey WA
Angela Allen, 93, died May 21, 2008, at her home with her family by her side. She was born May 28, 1915 in Hanford, Calif., to Manuel and Olivia Machado. Her father was a dairy farmer.
Angela married James Allen in 1947 and together they followed Jim's work from California to Washington to Illinois to New York and more. They raised two wonderful girls in the process and in 1982, after Jim retired, decided to move to Whidbey Island. They have lived in the Coupeville area for the past 26 years.
Angela is survived by her husband of 61 years, Jim, along with her daughters June Allen of Coupeville and Renee with husband Lane of Preston, Wash. Also sisters Florence Espinola of Madera, Calif., Jolene Matthews of Paradise, Calif., and brother Manuel Machado with wife Trudy of Tulare, Calif.
Angela was an accomplished knitter, whose latest project was knitting caps for Native American children.
21 May 2008 Whidbey News Times Whidbey WA


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