Robert Felix Angle
May 25, 1925 – July 12, 2014
Robert, known as Bob to most, was born in Detroit, Michigan on May 25, 1925. He passed away peacefully on July 12, 2014 at the ripe age of 89.
Growing up in Michigan he chose to study Engineering at University of Michigan, where he met his wife Ilene. After graduation Boeing recruited Bob to work as an electrical engineer and the newlyweds began a new life in Normandy Park.
In Washington he found joy in hiking in the mountains and photographing the world around him. He and Ilene volunteered for many years at the Nisqually Bird Refuge and greatly enjoyed walking the trails and sharing their love of birds and nature with others.
Bob and Ilene had two daughters Kathleen and Diane and taught them both to appreciate the arts and nature. After fifty-eight years of marriage Ilene died in 2006 and he has been lonely without her ever since. Bob was preceded in death by his wife Ilene and his daughter Kathleen. He is survived by his loving daughter Diane Mason, sister Pat Durlin and brother Ken Angle. As well as grandchildren Leslie Wagner, Brendan, Briana and Meghan Mason and great-granddaughter Eva Wagner.
A private internment will be held at Mountain View Cemetery on July 18, 2014.
Memorials to Friends of Nisqually Wildlife Refuge
100 Brown Farm Road N.E., Olympia, WA 98156http://www.friendsofnisquallynwr.org/donate.html