. Angela (Angie) Elizabeth Denmon passed away on January 8, 2022 in Pensacola, Florida. Angie was
born in Pensacola on October 11, 1961 and was a lifelong Pensacolian.
Angie was an extraordinary woman who embraced life with love, kindness and generosity. She was a
devoted and loving daughter, sister, aunt and great aunt. Angie adored her nephew Jarrod and among her
greatest of joys in life were her great niece, Madelyn and her great nephew Myles. Angie's doors were
always open to family and friends.
Throughout her life, Angie developed deep and lasting friendships with so many people from all walks of
life and too numerous to mention. Her love and hospitality knew no boundaries. Angie was an
extraordinary listener and had a gift of making everyone she encountered feel loved and valued.
Angie graduated from Catholic High School where she was often seen with her camera in hand. She
received her Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University. Angie's love of the art of
photography continued after her graduation from FSU as she traveled throughout Europe via a Eurail
Pass. Following her travels abroad, Angie worked as a licensed mental health counselor for 20 years,
serving the needs of the most vulnerable. Angie's love of others and her true spirit of caring for others
never ended. Until her last days, Angie was able to combine her love of cooking with her love of helping
others by providing meals and companionship to those who were home bound or otherwise in need. She
was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Angie was preceded in death by her parents, Augustus Morris Denmon and Marion Adele Barrios
Denmon. She is survived by brother and sister in law Joseph and Celeste Denmon, sister Virginia Ruth
Denmon and partner Gwendolyn Norris, nephew Jarrod Scott and Sara Denmon, great nephew Myles
Augustus Denmon, great niece Madelyn Elizabeth Denmon, nephew Adam Burleson and numerous
relatives both near and far.
The Denmon family extends a note of thanks for the special care given by her devoted friends Tina
LaForce, Tracie Brewer and Barbara MacNeil.
Angie had an extraordinary effect on everyone she met. She possessed a special grace that made
everyone around her feel loved. All who knew her were blessed by her devotion, her unconditional love
and her unique humor. Angie was a rare gift who will be forever missed and never forgotten.
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