Angelina Krause

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Obituaries in Mt Shasta, CA | Mount Shasta Herald

On Tuesday, January 18th, 2022, Angelina Krause, loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away at the age of 95.

Angelina was born on October 2nd, 1926 to Pánfilo and Flavia Gonzalez. Angelina spent her formative years in Dunsmuir, California, and spoke fondly of working in the movie theater there as a young woman. On June 26th, 1948, Angelina married her love, Harry Krause, Jr., with whom she raised three children, William, Harry, and Caroline.

Angelina’s home was filled with the vibrant green leaves of her thriving house plants and the sounds of music at full volume. She loved to dance and found joy in teaching her children and grandchildren the steps of all the ballroom dances. An avid reader, Angie would spend many an afternoon enjoying a mystery or romance novel while basking in the sun of her front window. Her green thumb extended beyond her house plants into her lush yard and her family loved harvesting crisp apples there each fall and the strawberry pies Angie would make in the summer from her home-grown strawberries. Angelina was fiercely independent and had a mischievous sense of humor that brought her family and friends so much joy.

Angelina was preceded in death by her mother and father, her beloved husband, Harry, and her precious granddaughter, Jennifer. She is survived by her son William and his wife Robyn, her son Harry and his wife Rebecca and her daughter Caroline. Angelina is also survived by her granddaughters, Nicole, Devyn, and Elizabeth and her husband Malakai, as well as two great-grandchildren, Nathaniel and Claire, and their father, Matthew.

There will be a small service for immediate family members only. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to hospice.

Posted online on January 22, 2022

Published in Mount Shasta Herald