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“Denise and family, we are sorry to hear of Phils passing, may he forever Rest In Peace. Phil was loved by the East Granby Fitness class, he will be...Read More »
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Philip N. Angell, 85, of East Granby, beloved husband of Denise (Harding) Angell, passed away Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Born in Worcester, MA, son of the late Edwin Olin and Helen (Howe) Angell, he was raised in Millbury, MA and spent summers in Vermont. He also lived in Vernon, Bolton, and Sanford, Maine before moving to East Granby in 2011. He graduated from the Wentworth Institute in Boston majoring in Architectural Engineering and spent a 32-year career with Pratt & Whitney Div. of UT retiring in 1994. He was a 50-year member of the Masonic Order and was an avid sports fan. Besides his wife Denise of 33 years, he leaves two sons Frank Angell and his wife Christine of Broad Brook and Paul Angell and his wife Karen of Vernon; a step daughter Heather Jacobi and her husband Eric of Willington and a step son Dwight Akerlind and his wife Becky of East Granby; grandchildren Peter and Valerie Angell, Thomas and Alyona Angell, Connor Jeffers, Abigail Salcedo and her husband Lennard, Jennifer Jacobi, and Kaydence Kawa. He also leaves a brother Byron Angell and his wife Bunchie, and a sister Mertie Clark, both of Tunbridge, VT; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers Frank and Wardner Angell. A Memorial Service in Celebration of His Life will be held Saturday, April 14, 2018, at 11 AM at the Bolton United Methodist Church, 1041 Boston Turnpike, Bolton. The Rev. Dave Martin will officiate. A reception will follow the service. Burial will be at the family’s convenience in Spring Road Cemetery, Tunbridge, Vermont. Contributions may be made to the Bolton United Methodist Church Accessibility Renovation Fund, c/o the church. The Carmon Funeral Homes of Windsor are caring for the arrangements. For directions or condolences please visit www.carmonfuneralhome.com