It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Angela R. Puma, age 85, of Wellington, Florida, who entered into Eternal Rest August 24, 2023, surrounded by her loving family, after a life well-lived, and a legacy of love that will forever be cherished.
Angela was predeceased by her daughter, Linda Puma in 1990, and her husband, Louis J. Puma in 2019.
She will be lovingly remembered by her family, including her children, Valerie Beaulieu (Daniel) of Wellington Florida, Louis Puma (Robin) of Greenacres Florida, Patricia Conrad of Delray Beach Florida, five grandchildren, Daniel Beaulieu Jr (Jordan), Steven Beaulieu (Robyn), Louis Puma Jr (fiancé-Ceci) Amy Puma, Kristina Skimehorn (Shawn) and six great-grandchildren, Caleb, Silas, Oliver, Juneau, Aria and Jace.
Angela was the daughter of Marie Campione Avallone and Oreste Avallone. She grew up in Newark New Jersey where she met the love of her life, Louis J Puma, to whom she was happily married until his passing, almost four years ago. They dated 6 years before they tied the knot and spent 61 wonderful years as husband and wife.
Throughout her life, Angela was a devoted and nurturing mother to her four children. She especially nurtured and cared for her special needs daughter, Linda, who passed in 1990. Her love and dedication knew no bounds, and she always made her family the center of her world. As a housewife, she excelled in creating a warm and welcoming home, where her loved ones found solace and comfort. Her meticulous nature ensured that her home was always spotless, a testament to her attention to detail and deep care for her family.
Angela found immense joy in spending time with her family. Some of her fondest memories were made during family trips to Seaside Heights and Wildwood New Jersey, where she relished in the laughter and happiness shared by all. Her smile was contagious, brightening the lives of everyone around her, and her love for babies was evident in the way she embraced her role as a grandmother and great-grandmother.
A master in the kitchen, Angela was famously known by EVERYONE, for her delectable meatballs and gravy. Her eggplant parm, chicken cutlets, and lasagna were definitely a close second. Her skills were unparalleled, and every family gathering was marked by the mouthwatering flavors she created. She took pride in providing meals that brought loved ones together, her cooking serving as a testament to her love and nurturing nature.
In addition to her devotion to her family, Angela, better known in the Bingo world as Angie, was an avid Bingo enthusiast. She enjoyed the excitement and camaraderie that the game offered, making lasting friendships along the way. Her passion for Bingo showcased her lively spirit and willingness to seize the moments that brought her joy.
“Angela” meaning, “messenger of God “ will be remembered as a compassionate, loving, angel who touched the hearts of all who knew her. Her legacy will continue to live on in the cherished memories shared with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, and in the lasting impact she had on their lives.
Angela is survived by a wide circle of extended family and friends, all of whom will forever hold her close in their hearts.
In honor of Angela’s memory and her love for her family, a private memorial service will be held for her family.
Our beloved and beautiful Angela will be greatly missed but never forgotten. May her soul find eternal peace, and may her loving spirit continue to guide and inspire us all.