Angela Nicole Kleinschmidt
Angela Nicole Kleinschmidt, 40, living in Wausau, Wisconsin went to be with her Lord on Friday, April 19, 2019. She was born May 30, 1978. Angela was the second of four children to David Kleinschmidt and Dorothy (Toppel) Kleinschmidt. She was born in Merrill, Wisconsin and in her lifetime called North Carolina, Texas, Mississippi and finally Wisconsin home. Angela traveled often in her life, but family always drew her back to the Merrill-Wausau area. Angie was well loved by those who knew her; she was admired for her clever sense of humor and incredible ability to relate to those around her.
Angela is survived by a loving, though non-traditional family. Her eldest daughter, Shelbi (Kyle Rajek) has a family of her own that includes Angie’s granddaughters, Sawyer and Addi Lyne. Sawyer and Angie shared a wonderful, unconditional love for each other that will never be forgotten. Angie is also survived by her other two daughters, Savanna and Scarlet of Merrill. Angie’s three other children, Ben, Devon and Mia, although raised in other families, were loved by Angie and they were always in her heart and prayers. Angela will be missed dearly by her mother, Dorothy; her older brother, Jeremy of Merrill; and her younger brothers, Jon of Merrill and Josh (Jordan) of Minneapolis. She is also survived by her grandmother, Phyllis Honeyman of Aurora, Illinois; aunts, Roxanne Hetfeld of Merrill, Alyce Honeyman of Aurora, Illinois, Beth (Mark Lohan) of St. Louis; uncles, Rick Toppel of Merrill and Matt (Linda) Kleinschmidt of Janesville; and many cousins. She was preceded in death by her father, David Kleinschmidt; grandma and grandpa, Priscilla and Ralph Kleinschmidt; grandpa, Richard Toppel; uncles, Kevin Kleinschmidt, Ross Hetfeld and Mark Honeyman; and cousin, Andy Immel.
A service to celebrate Angie’s life will be held at 11:00 A.M., Thursday, May 2, 2019 at Hillside Fellowship in Merrill, Wisconsin. The service will be led by Pastor Arni Jacobson. Visitation will be from 10:00-11:00 A.M. Angie will remain in the hearts of her loved ones and they are anxiously waiting the day they will see her again in Glory. We are thanking the Lord that she is at peace and with all the many family and friends that are in Heaven with her already. Online condolences may be made at www.taylorstinefuneralhome.com.