ANGELA KAY WILSON

Angela Kay Wilson, of North Bend, loving mother of two, passed away suddenly on January 25, 2020. She was 47.

Angela was born on March 26, 1972 to Christopher and Betty Wilson, in Bountiful, Utah. She moved to North Bend, Washington in 1989 and attended Mount Si High School. After graduating from high school, she went on to join the United States Army. While serving in the Army, Angela was a Patriot Missile crew member during Desert Storm. Following her time in the military, Angela spent some time as a waitress and later settled into a job with people she loved as a dispatcher for a local towing company.

She was an athletic woman with a love for many sports. Angela looked forward to rooting for her Seahawks each week and was a true 12th Woman. She excelled in basketball, track and field, but especially javelin, where she even achieved State Honors. The family remembers Angela as a loving mother, sister, daughter, and friend. She was selfless, funny, caring, and loyal.

Angela is survived by her children, Matthew (Rebecca) and Joseph Bankston; siblings, Daniel, Philip, and Deborah Wilson; and a plethora of extended family and friends. She is deeply missed.

A memorial service was held at 2pm on Monday February 3, 2020 at Mountain View Fellowship Church in North Bend with a private interment at Tahoma National Cemetery later in the week. Friends are invited to view photos, share memories, and get directions at www.flintofts.com.




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