Angeline Street

Angeline Eliza Street

Tuesday, January 18th, 1938 - Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021
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Angeline Eliza (Angel) Street entered Heaven’s glory March 23rd, 2021. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Floyd, and their two children (twins) Patrick R Street and Patrice C Pualani.

Angel was preceded in death by her mother and father, Carol Dean and Patrick Henry Adams, and her sister Penelope (Penny) Belle Hoyt.

Angel was born in Bakersfield, California on January 18th, 1938 to Patrick Henry and Carol Dean (Elliott) Adams. She was the first of two girls. Her parents returned to their native state of Oklahoma where Angel entered the 3rd grade at Avant Public School and upon completion of High School enrolled at Northeastern State College at Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Angel married Floyd Street on June 22nd, 1957 in Avant, Oklahoma. In 1967 they moved to Loveland, Colorado.

She was noted for her hospitality and her smile of welcome to all. In family circles, and with friends, she was teased about being mildly famous in making Lemon Meringue and Cherry Pie. Many guests upon entering her home would comment on the aroma of baked pies in the kitchen.

Angel will be remembered for her almost 40 years of accompanying the New Life Quartet on piano in praising God through song.

Services will be held on Saturday, April 10th, at Faith Evangelical Church, 2707 N Wilson, Loveland, Colorado at 10:00 AM.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution to Samaritan’s Purse in memory of Angeline (Angel) Street.
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Wendi (Ryden) Bennett

Posted at 09:23am
Floyd, I am so sorry to hear of Angel's passing. I pray you find comfort in God's plan and are reminded of her often. Big hugs and kisses.
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Virginia Brant

Posted at 01:55pm
Angel was my "Avon lady " in the 1970's when I lived on west 8th St. here in Loveland. She was such a gracious and pleasant lady.
I always remembered her. My condolences to her husband and family.

Dave and Marsha Scoles

Posted at 12:55pm
When we think back first meeting Angel and Floyd at the First Methodist Church with Rev. Howard Hines, our hearts are full of love and beautiful memories. So many pot lucks, laughter and joy with each other. Even after we moved to Colorado Springs and on to Oro Valley, AZ, we kept going back to Loveland to be with the "family of friends" there.
Marsha and Dave Scoles

Jackie, Jeffrey, & Brett Zimmerman

Posted at 01:29pm
With deepest sympathy,
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Kathy Hettrick

Posted at 07:46pm
May the dear Lord console you remembering the many wonderful memories of Angel in your life!
She was a special lady. Jessebelle,her relative, was a renter of my mother-in-law’s, a wonderful lady!

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