A Sacred Moment


Angelo Frank Del Nagro

May 15, 1918 - September 04, 2016

Angelo Frank Del Nagro - brought a smile to everyone who knew him

Angelo Frank Del Nagro, from Stanwood, Washington, at the youthful age of ninety-eight, passed on peacefully in his sleep, September 4, 2016.  Angelo is now rejoicing with his parents, Felece and Katerina; and with his brothers and sisters, Frank, Mike, Louie, Florence, Julia and Emily, who were awaiting his arrival with their Lord, Jesus Christ. 

Born in Chicago Illinois, Angelo spent his childhood in Dixmore Illinois.  Angelo is survived by his children, Terri Gough, Kathleen Eichert, Linda Del Negro-Daniels, David Del Nagro, Christine Arnott, Andy Del Nagro, Mary Gianinni and Craig Crowder, and their spouses;  twenty-five grandchildren, twenty-five great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.  

Best known as A.D.N, and for his happy and magnetic personality, Angelo always brought a smile to everyone who knew him. 

The family wishes to express their gratefulness to Josephine Sunset Home for their excellent and loving care. 


A private memorial and life celebration is being held at Lincoln Hill Senior Center where Angelo lived and made friends with many. Angelo will be laid to rest in Chicago, Illinois by his nieces and nephews in a private ceremony. 


In memory of Angelo, donations may be made to Stanwood/Camano Food Bank- P.O. Box 1285 Stanwood, WA. 98292.

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