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Ann Marie Angell

April 7th, 1965 - July 30th, 2020

Ann Marie Angell, 55, of Boise, Idaho, died in her home on Thursday July 30, 2020. She was 55 years old. She was born April 7, 1965 to Walter and Sabra Begley of Mammoth Lakes, CA in their 1956 Ford Thunderbird, on Hwy 395 near June Lake, CA. Ann attended elementary schools in Nevada, Montana and California. In 1977, her family moved to Newport, OR where she attended Newport Junior High and Newport High School. She participated in her high school’s choir, drama department and yearbook classes, as well as basketball and track and field events. She graduated New Port High School with the class of 1983. Also, while living in Newport, Ann attended atonement Lutheran Church where she was actively involved in their youth ministry program. She attended summer church camps and large events outside of the county and state. She was an active member of a local 4-H teen club, eventually becoming camp counselor at the 4-H center outside Salem, Oregon. A year after graduation, Ann moved to Albany Oregon. She met her husband, while working for McDonalds, and in 1987, she married Khile T. Klock. Together they had three children: Anyta Marie, Kevyn Thomas and Khile Thomas, Jr. During that time, she attended and graduated from Trend Business College with an accounting degree. In 2000, the family moved to Idaho. They divorced in 2012. She met Mark Angell, while working for the Boise school district and in 2015, they were married. Ann was at home outdoors. She loved working in her yard and garden. She enjoyed off-road riding of ATV’s and motorcycles, as well as scenic drives. When she had the opportunity, she loved to fish. Anyone who knew Ann could tell you that she loved Jesus, and she wanted everyone to know and love Him. She was a full time evangelist who was caring and compassionate. Who would do anything for anyone. She often made personal sacrifices for anyone who had a need, despite her own situation. She was more than a daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, sister or aunt. She was a friend, and she will be greatly missed. Ann is survived by her husband, Mark D. Angell; mother: Sabra M. Wade; Brother, Walter Raymond Begley; Sister, Nancy L. Wheeling; children, Anyta M., Kevyn T. and Khile T. Klock, Jr.; grandchildren, Zerah Allen Klock and Kyra Trasi Klock. Ann loved people. She was a ‘fisher of men’ and she will be missed!

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I am so saddened to hear of Ann's passing. Ann and I were in track together and both graduated in the class of 1983 in Newport, Oregon. A couple of summers ago Ann and her husband Mark drove all the way back to the Oregon coast to attend a class reunion. I didn't have a car then and to my happy surprise Ann had reached out and offered to take me. We had several hours to get caught up with life stories and had many laughs along the way. I enjoyed my time with them and could see that Ann was in a good place with Mark and her strong faith in God. My heart goes out to Ann's loved ones. Mark, her sister her three kids and Grand baby. This is such a shock as we have been keeping in touch via Face Book. Heaven has a wonderful new angel. Fly high and free my friend.... Tracey

Published March 31st, 2024

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