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Angela Swenson, of Mora, passed away on Monday, March 30, 2020 at her home.  She was 51 years old.

Services will be held at a later date. 

After a hard fought battle with colon cancer, Angela Marie Swenson of Mora passed away on Monday, March 30, 2020 at the age of 51.

She leaves behind daughter Erika (Chad) Kennedy; granddaughter Harper; son Harley Swenson; significant other Matt Anderson; parents Jackie (Scott) Aurandt; brother Brad (Jolene) Swenson and their children Lilly, Pierce, Natalie, and Penelope; brother Greg Swenson; step-brothers, David and Skylor Swenson; step-sisters, Rachel and Lisa Aurandt; and many other family and friends.

She is preceded in death by her father David Swenson; uncle Dennis Swenson, and her grandparents.

Angie was born on October 4, 1968 in Brainerd, Minnesota. She graduated from Centennial High School in Circle Pines and went on to Anoka Technical College graduating as a licensed practical nurse. She worked for 16 years at Guardian Angels Elim Home Care and Hospice. She was a dedicated, caring, and compassionate nurse.

The family would especially like to thank the staff of St. Croix Hospice for the wonderful care and support they provided.

12 thoughts on “ANGELA M. SWENSON”

  1. Angie was the best friend I’ve ever had. We’d sit and talk in her living room, play Yahtzee, went shopping together. I held her when she cried. We cleaned her refrigerator together, painted her front door. When Sarge, her dog had tummy problems, I’d get him Fresh Pet. When Angie and family went on vacation I’d take care of Sarge. Angie was very talented in gardening and crafts. Her faith in God was strong. I will always love Angie and miss her the rest of my life until we can see one another again. God bless you, Angie. ❤️

  2. I will always have great memories of such a dear and sweet friend! My love and strength goes out to her family. I know she will be greatly missed by so many!

  3. My deepest sympathy to Angie’s family, especially to her son Harley. Patty Thompson, Calvary Lutheran Church

  4. My thoughts and prayers are lifted for you the family of Angie. She was a compassionate person and will be missed. I so enjoyed singing in the Calvary choir with her. Peace

  5. I enjoyed having Angie in choir. I could always count on her giving me a smile and a hug. She was so appreciative of all the choir experiences. We will miss her greatly.
    Pat Humphrey

  6. Angela, such a beautiful person inside and out! You will greatly be missed. My deepest sympathy to Angela’s family; prayers for all of you during this time of grief and sadness.

  7. I met Angie as a coworker at Guardian Angels Home Care. She was a sharp ,dedicated nurse. We began a friendship that has continued for 5 years after we no longer worked together. Angie will be remembered by her loving heart and beautiful smile. I have been blessed to call her my friend.

  8. Thoughts and prayers for all the surviving family members especially Harley. The Anker Family will all be praying for you. Let us know if we can do anything. Emma, Thomas and the rest of the Anker family.

  9. So sad to hear of the loss of this Beautiful Lady Angela! God bless all the family and will keep everyone in my prayers.

  10. We are so sorry to hear about Angie, that dimple she always had when she smiles you can never forget. Just a really sweet person and we are sorry for the pain that everyone is feeling and our prayers will be with you.

  11. Angie, my BFF. I love you more than I can tell you. I will miss our talks, walks, craft days, gardening, shopping, bible studies, and just hanging outside by the fire. I’m happy to have so many memories of trips we went on together up north and even to Texas. I will miss your beautiful smiling face, but I am happy knowing you are now with Jesus and no longer in pain. I will think of you daily for the rest of my life. Love, hugs, and kisses.
    My condolences to Angie’s family and other friends. She will never be forgotten.
    Love and hugs,
    Lucinda Murphy

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