Lon Ashly Angle

Lon Ashly Angle

June 08, 1967 - July 20, 2013

Lon Ashly Angle

June 08, 1967 - July 20, 2013


Lon Angle
June 8, 1967 July 20, 2013

Lon Angle, 46, of Lake Forest, CA quietly passed away on July 20th with his family and close friends surrounding him with love. He was born in McConnellsburg, PA, graduated from James Buchanan High School in 1985, and enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps where he proudly served for 12 years. He was stationed in Okinawa, Japan where he met the love of his life, Michiko. Lon was the grill master and a passionate Steelers fan. He was known for his big heart and was an incredibly loving husband and father. He is survived by his wife Michiko, son Jeremy, daughters Ashly and Katelynn, sisters Nikki and Marci, father Joe, and grandmother Betty. You will be always and forever in our hearts.

The family will accept visitors on Wednesday, July 24th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills 92653. Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, July 25th at Orange Coast Church, 77 Post, Irvine 92618.

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24 responses to Lon Ashly Angle

  1. Ed Hudson says:

    Ed Hudson
    We were brothers from the first time we met and worked together in NC, Okinawa and finally in Cali. Linn and Michiko are my youngest daughter Kimberly God parents who waa born on the day you left us. While we were not blood related we were definitely brothers with a special bond. Rest in peace Lon. Though you may longer be here in person you will always be with me in my heart and soul. You were a great Husband, Father, Brother and Friend and will be deeply missed. All of his family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers. Michiko is you need anything CALL me. Love and miss you Lon.

  2. Gina Beard says:

    Rest in peace my friend. I will always remember your smile and your kind heart. God bless you Marci, Nikki and Joe. May you find peace in your memories of a wonderful brother and son. Deepest sympathy to the family.

  3. My best friend since almost the first day I met him. Time flew, and we watched our families grow older together. Such a great guy and full of energy and life, it was sad to watch him fade like he did. I will always remember Lon like he was – poker and drinks with the guys on the weekend! We always had a good laugh and we would get each other with jokes.

  4. Marci, Nikki and Joe – I am thinking of all of you as you face this loss together. I know that Lon’s illness and his passing is devastating. There is nothing more important in this life than family and when a loved one is no longer with us physically, life is never the same. I truly believe he has been reunited with his beloved mother, Eileen, who will always hold a special place in my heart. I hope you find peace in the months and years to come.

    Lisa McLaughlin McCulloh, Mercersburg, PA

  5. So very sorry for your loss. I remember Lon so very well! May you find peace in your hearts through the memories of his life.
    Lucy Tyson Wert
    Bangor, Pa

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