Angeline Wright Trietsch passed peacefully in her sleep, as the angels took her to Heaven. Angeline was a loyal wife, loving Mother, MiMi, GiGi, and a great friend, who will be missed, dearly.
Angeline was the oldest of four children born to Robert and Marietta (Stark) Wright of McCrory, Arkansas. She graduated Valedictorian of her graduating class, at age 16. She attended Texas Women's University in Denton, Tx., where she met the love of her life, Otto. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1949. She began teaching in the FWISD in 1966, and retired in 1981. Angeline loved to play the piano, and played until the day she passed away. She was 97 years young. She was an avid reader, puzzle solver, domino and BINGO player : )
After her retirement, she enjoyed traveling the world, with her beloved husband Otto. From the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island to Europe and Australia, New Zealand and a cruise on the Mediterranean, they had grand adventures together.
She was preceded in death by her husband Otto, her parents, her brother Myric Eugene (at age 5), her brother Bobbie, his wife Louetta, her sister Martha Jane Price, Aunt Ruth, Aunt Winnie, Uncle Tad and numerous other loved ones.
Angeline is survived by her daughters and sons in law, Nova and Greg Johnson, Karyn and Keith Dobkins, her Grandson Alexander Dobkins, and three awesome Great-Grand Children Heidi, Heiko and Heili Dobkins, cousin in law Perry Trietsch, sister in law Leta Trietsch, and many, many neices and nephews : ) which she adored.
Celebration of Life Memorial Service: 2PM Monday, January 20, 2020 Polytechnic United Methodist Church, 1310 S. Collard Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76105
Memorials : In lieu of flowers, Angeline requested you make donations to Polytechnic United Methodist Church, in her memory.
Internment: A private family graveside service was officiated by, the Reverend Ginger Watson and Pastor Don Petty on January 9, 2020 at Emerald Hills Cemetery, in Kennedale, Texas.
The family would like to acknowledge the thoughts and prayers of our family and friends, that gave us strength to accept the unexpected loss of our dear sweet momma.
To our "Poly Family" who's great love and respect for our Mother, gave us comfort, in our time of sorrow. We are extremely grateful to GOD, for giving us one more wonderful Christmas
To the dedicated and caring staff at Mineral Wells Nursing and Rehab for giving our Mother the loving care and dignity she deserved. She truly Loved you all. AND... to the wonderfully talented Poly Methodist Bell Choir for the beautiful music they have played through the years.
Mama, thank you for always being there for us, teaching us, listening to us, helping and forgiving us, and most of all loving us.
We thank GOD everyday that he put us in your path.
So, until we meet again, always remember... We LOVE You.