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October 9, 1937 ~ August 31, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Angel L. Febus, Sr. passed away on August 31st at approximately 12:30 PM, in the tearful presence of his daughters, Miriam and Mineliz, his son, Luis Fernando, and two of his in-laws, Anyolina and Gil.
A loving husband and father, Angel Sr. had said goodbye to the love of his life, Nelida Lopez, when she received her angel wings on November 23rd of last year.
Angel was the embodiment of strength and character, who solved all of life’s little problems by getting his hands dirty. He was a construction worker, a landscaper, a farmer, and an amazing cook. He wasn’t happy unless everyone ate until they burst at the seams. Once satisfied, he would retire to his room to watch a Yankees game, and yell at the TV for a while.
He is survived by his eight children: Lizzette, Miriam, Angel L. Jr., José Luis, Luis Fernando, Gilbert, Mineliz, and Luis Daniel; his grandchildren: Gil, Jr., Melanie, Angel Luis III, Andrew, Anthony, Kevin, Keith, Taurean, Angelica, Fernando, Bryan, and Nathaniel. Great-grandchildren (in no particular order): Andrew, Jr., Isais, Anisa, Gil III, Yadiel, Aribella, Kayson, Angelee, and Christian Gil. His in-laws: Gil Sr., Calvin, Yoli, Maureen, Michelle, and Iris. He has one living sister, Victoria Febus-Ortiz, who currently resides in Salinas, Puerto Rico.
Join us in honoring Angel at the Barry J. Farrell Funeral Home, 2049 Northampton Street in Holyoke on September 8th at 10 AM. Burial will follow in Forestdale Cemetery West, Rock Valley Road, Holyoke.
It was indeed an honor to have known and loved our father. We will miss him.