Patricia (Pattie) M. Angier, born February 6, 1990, returned to heaven February 18, 2018; age 28. Pattie was the beloved youngest daughter of John and Mary Angier of Lawrenceville, GA; treasured sister of Andrea (Clayton) Angier of Commerce, MI., and Hillary (Joey) Black; fun-loving aunt of Ava, Aleister, Ainsley, Annika and Aliza Angier; and dear granddaughter of Derek and Mary Angier and the late Lyle and Mary Geliske. She is also survived by a large extended family and many loving friends who will miss her every day. Pattie graduated from Berkmar High School in Liburn, GA., in 2008 where she actively participated in the theater arts program as an actor and also in production. Her performance as Mama Mae Peterson in the school’s production of “Bye, Bye Birdie” is a family favorite. She graduated from Valdosta State University earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater in December of 2013. In addition to her love of the theater Pattie was an excellent photographer and enjoyed listening to music. Her gentle spirit extended to a love of animals and her close circle of friends and family. Funeral arrangements are trusted to Wages and Sons; 1040 Main St., Stone Mountain, GA. Family will receive visitors from 1-2 p.m. on Saturday, February 24 with service to follow from 2-3 led by her Uncle Edward L. Geliske. In lieu of flowers, mourners are encouraged to make donations to The page was set up by her theater friends to fund a group of actors who would entertain sick children in local hospitals. The project is named “Pattie’s Dream”.

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  1. We are so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort continue to be with you and your family during this difficult. We all look forward to a better day when death will be no more-Rev 21:4. Our prayers are with you.

  2. Sorry to hear about this devastating loss I know it’s very difficult losing someone you Love so much acts 24:15 helps us to appreciate that soon there will be a ressurection and we will be reunited with our loved ones again my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

  3. John, Mary and family,
    We recently heard of your loss. I remember the time that I had dinner with your entire family in Atlanta several years ago. Please know that our sincere prayers are with you and we all know that Pattie will be missed by you and your family.
    God’s blessings to you during this time.
    Tom and Kathy Ross

  4. I got a chance to share the stage with Pattie many times. She was also my prom date. I honestly can’t think of a negative memory. She was always a joy.

  5. Pattie was a great friend and a sweet soul! I wish I could have been there today but know you’re family is in my prayers. Her time may have been short but her memory lives on in the lives she touched.

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