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Angela Gabrielle Koch, 59, formerly of Omro, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, November 9, 2023, due to an accidental fall in her home. The daughter of Ronald and Constance (Woehlke) Koch, she was born in Oshkosh on August 28, 1964. Growing up in Rivermoor as the youngest of four daughters, Angie always wanted to do whatever her older sisters were doing, whether it be playing school, office, store or drive-in. She loved camping with her family in the Apostle Islands, traveling out west on family vacations, and attending camp at Camp Hiwela and Camp Okinabi as a Camp Fire girl. She attended Omro schools and graduated from Omro High School in 1982.
She earned a certificate in Human Resources Management from UW-Milwaukee and an Associate Degree in Accounting from Fox Valley Technical College. She worked at many different companies over the years, including Finks Main Street Restaurant, Evco Plastics, City of Oshkosh, Jungenberg Chiropractic, Belville-Fletcher Chiropractic, Elandt Construction and Wisconsin Tubing in the Oshkosh/Omro area and at Microsoft in Seattle. She was the owner and operator of “A. Gabrielle Consignment Shop on the River” in Omro.
Angie enjoyed cooking, gardening, canning, traveling, reading and crafting. She was creative, artistic, smart, witty, kind and generous, and would strike up a conversation with anyone. She loved dogs and cats.
Angie will be deeply missed by her parents; her sisters, Lawanda (Ron) Jungwirth, Ronda (Ron) Tucker and Camilla (Adam) Miller; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends; and her cat, Izzy.
She was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Wilbert and Kathryn (Duex) Koch; and maternal grandparents, Clarence and Adeline (Luebke) Woehlke.
A private family prayer service was held. A tree will be planted in Scott Park in Omro in Angie’s memory.
Mueller Funeral Home-Winneconne is assisting the family. If you wish, please submit online condolences/memories to muellerfh.net.
You never said you were leaving
You never said goodbye.
You were gone before we knew it
And only God knows why.
In life we loved you dearly
In death we love you still.
In our hearts you hold a place
That only you can fill.
It broke our hearts to lose you
But you didn’t go alone.
A part of us went with you
The day God took you home.