Angela Denise Garcia-Simon

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Angie was born on April 15th 1968, to Bob and Linda Garcia in Englewood Colorado. She helped raise her two little brothers, Bobby and Brad. Angie grew up in the Littleton area, where she felt most at home, even in her later years.  After graduating from Arapahoe High School, she worked tirelessly to provide for every wish of her daughters Valerie and Kristina. She ran several business from behind the scenes; bookkeeping, marketing, human resources, and morale improvement. Angie was an expert seamstress, problem solver, party organizer, and unbiased listener. Angie loved her hair dyed deep shades of purple and manicures that matched her wild style.


The love, wit and sass Angie gave was limitless for everyone she knew. Friends and family alike benefitted from her creativity and desire to help in any way possible.  She loved waking up to coffee and a cigarette, watching the Broncos, listening to all genres of music, going on road trips, being in ‘deep couch city’ while binge watching her shows and facebooking. She also enjoyed, bingo, bowling, corn-hole, spending time with family, friends and her puppies Frannie and Lucy.

Angie is survived by her parents, two daughters, two brothers, niece and nephews Jay, Bo, and Vegas, as well as, former husband and friend Paul. She was preceded in death by grandparents Robert and Hellen Garcia, John and Juanetta Lumpkins, and her infant son Travis Lane.


When the news came out of Angie’s cancer diagnosis, friends and family who were lucky enough to be a part of her 49 years of life came together in ways and numbers no one could have imagined.  Angie was given so much hope, love and support in her last six months because of you all! Angie let go of the pain cancer forced her to face on December 26th 2017, while surrounded by immediate family at home.


“Let’s just be good to each other forever.”


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  1. I feel truly blessed when I look back on my childhood and your family was such a great part of it. I'm so sad that we all have lost such a beautiful angel! That obituary was worded perfectly! The light that was inside of Angie was never hid or filtered, thank you for that Ang! I love you all dearly. I am praying for your strength and understanding through this difficult process. Heaven has gained another extraordinary spirit and us left here will be forever in awe ! 😢

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