On Thursday, August 6th 2020, Agnes Bautista Angeles, known by many as Mommy, Nanay, & Lola, passed on to be with the Lord, at the age of 72.
Agnes was born on November 10, 1947 in Alcala Pangasinan, Philippines. She was born to the late Geronimo Caballero Bautista and the late Rufina Patlibon Bautista. On July 9th 1970, she married Jaime Fernandez Angeles, and they resided in Sto. Nino Marikina, Philippines until moving to the United States in 1993 with their family. Agnes was the definition of “Selfless”. She was all about her kids and family, and never about her wants or needs. The happiness of her family is what provided her, hers. Cooking for people and serving everyone before herself, was her love language. Agnes and Jaime’s life motto was to “Serve God and enjoy life.” They began serving the Lord in 1986, under the leadership of Pastor Alfredo Bodegas, at the Endtime UPC of Our Lord Jesus Christ. They continued to faithfully live for God in the United States, under the leadership of the late Rev. William H. Bailey II, at Leesburg Apostolic United Pentecostal Church. She remained a faithful member of this congregation for over 27 years. It is currently known as The Original Pentecostals of Leesburg, pastored by Rev. Raymond E. Windsor. Her love for the Lord was apparent in everything she did and how she lived her life. Her smile lit up every room and her acceptance for anyone, was felt by everyone. There is not one person that she came in contact with, that she did not leave a long-lasting impression on. She will be missed by all who got the privilege to know her.
Survivors include her beloved husband of over 50 years, Jaime Fernandez Angeles; her loving children, Ericardo Bautista Angeles and wife Maria Giovanina Pacis Angeles, Joselito Bautista Angeles and wife Dorothy Lynn Angeles, Arvin Bautista Angeles and wife Arlene Valenova Angeles, Raymond Bautista Angeles and wife Johanna Teres Angeles, Rachel Angeles Shibley and husband Kevin Michael Shibley II; her siblings, Remedios Patlibon Bautista, and Ester Bautista Villarino; her grandchildren, James Joseph Angeles, Mary Agnes Angeles, Vincent Laslow Prime, Rebecca Lee Guel and husband Gilberto Guel, III, Gabriel Liam Angeles, Gavriellie Laurie Angeles, Leah Charlotte Angeles, Caleb Anthony Angeles, Julien Jaime Angeles, Soliana Hope Shibley, and Aiden Marshall Shibley along with her first great-grandchild, Ellis Micah Guel. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her brother, Leonardo Patlibon Bautista
A funeral service for Mrs. Angeles will be conducted, for registered guests only, at 12:00 noon on Friday, August 14, 2020 at the Cornerstone United Pentecostal Church, 189 Parson Court, Winchester, VA 22603. Facial coverings are required for the service and everyone is encouraged to practice social distancing while inside the church.
With regards to COVID-19 restrictions, the funeral service at the church on Friday will be limited to registered attendees only, due to seating capacity in the sanctuary. Once max capacity has been reached, registration will be closed, and you will not be able to attend the service in person. The family will receive registered guest at the church on Friday one hour prior to the service. All guests are required to register online at the following link https://cornerstoneupc.elvanto.net/form/7147ff3d-83ed-4827-b4f9-54883e9c6abc
Stover Funeral Home and Crematory, Strasburg, VA is serving the family of Mrs. Agnes B. Angeles.
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