Dianne Carol Angle
October 9, 1943 - May 20, 2022
Private family services were held for Dianne Angle. She was laid to rest at Harrison Township Cemetery, Swea City.
Dianne Carol (Wessels) Angle, the daughter of Roy and Pearl (Davis) Wessels, was born Oct. 9, 1943, in Thompson. She died May 20, 2022, at Accura Healthcare in Bancroft, at the age of 78.
She received her education in the Thompson schools where she graduated from Thompson High School.
On July 18, 1959, she was united in marriage to John “Jack” Angle. Three children, Tim, Brenda and Staci, were born to this union. The family made their home in Swea City for a few years then moved to their farm north of Swea City in 1961. Dianne was a mom, homemaker and together Jack and Dianne started their business, Tools-N-Toys, in 1982. Throughout the years, they spent many weekends at Toy Shows. In her leisure time she enjoyed reading, listening to country music, various outdoor activities, flower gardening and mowing. Dianne hated to cook so her Schwan’s man was her cook.
Dianne was a devoted member of the United Methodist Church in Swea City where she was a past Sunday school teacher and she was an active member of the United Methodist Women. She also served as Harrison Township Cemetery clerk for many years. Jack died April 18, 2019.
Left to cherish Dianne’s memory are her children, Tim (Mary) Angle of Swea City, Brenda (Rick) Hagedorn of Lakota and Staci (Mike) Looft of Armstrong; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and special friend, Francis Rotterman.
Preceding Dianne in death were her husband; her parents; in-laws Clayton and Esta Angle; sister, Virginia Joos and brothers, Jerome and Roy “Junior” Wessels.