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Angela Amoroso

Angela Marie Amoroso

Thursday, April 5th, 1979 - Sunday, March 21st, 2021
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Obituary

Angela Amoroso passed away on March 21, 2021 at the age of 41 after living and thriving with Metastatic Breast Cancer for 7 years. She lived her life with grace, dignity, joy, and a sense of adventure that continued after her diagnosis.

Angela is the beloved daughter of Carol Hordis of Nashua and Michael Amoroso of Brush Prairie,WA.

Angela graduated from the University of Southern Queensland, Australia where she studied literature and journalism. She loved the 3 years she lived in Australia and continued those friendships on her return home.

Angela lost her cherished rescue dog, Oskar, her constant companion, supporter, and “Pillar” in December of 2020. Angela and Oskar took a 2 month road trip around the country the year after her diagnosis.

Angela is survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends locally and those she made during her world travels. During her cancer years she was supported by her “pillars”, Carol Anne, Kristine, Ginny, and Kevin.

Angela worked as a medical office manager. After her diagnosis of Cancer, she left her position to pursue her loves of photography, travel, and writing. She viewed the ability to focus her life on her passions: writing, photography, and travel, as a gift from cancer. Angela documented her travel throughout the US and the world and her cancer experiences and her blog; beautyandthedark.com.

While on a chemotherapy clinical trial, she started hiking NH 4000 footers, sometimes alone. She was able to complete 6 of them.

Angela was a bright and shining soul who lit up those around her. She was generous with her smile. Angela knew the names of office, hospital, and nursing staff and always took a few moments to chat and share a smile with them.

Angela never liked being called a survivor. She believed it diminished those who did not survive. She never considered herself a fighter. Angela spent everyday living a full life despite having Cancer and did not want to expend her energy fighting it. Angela lived a bold, adventurous, and beautiful life.

Angela had a love of yoga. She felt it always helped her regain her strength; physically, emotionally, and spiritually after surgery or a difficult chemotherapy.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her honor to: Firstdescents.org, an organization for young people with cancer, which had a profound effect on her life, Metavivor.org, and organization that advocates and supports research for Metastatic Breast Cancer; or your favorite animal rescue organization.

Angela has requested a Life Celebration which will be scheduled when gatherings are safe. Until then, she would like people to do something that makes them happy and smile. By celebrating your life, you are celebrating Angela’s life. The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements. “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER”.
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Larry and Judy Decato

Posted at 07:51am
Carol: We are so sorry for your loss. You will hold her forever in your heart.
God Bless you, Larry and Judy Decato
 
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crhordis@comcast.net Posted at 09:11am

Larry and Judy, thank you for your kind thoughts. It means everything that you reached out to me. I think of you and the many years we worked together and wish you both the best. Warmly, Carol
SG

Sandra Gallant

Posted at 06:11pm
I was so blessed to have felt so much love and so much courage from this beautiful soul. Having met Ange at her doctors office was a privilege and Honor to share conversations with her. She was so brave. She never gave up. She was loved. Carol; please know that you are thought of today. I so loved your daughter, love and prayers, sandy Gallant
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dawn a

Posted at 11:38am
I am so sorry for your loss. I do not know Angela or any of you but, she got to live her life the way she was was meant to and what a wonderful gift and show of strength and inner beauty. She will always be with you all.
 
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crhordis@comcast.net Posted at 09:13am

Dawn, Thank you for your warm thoughts. She was all of those things. Carol
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mark morency

Posted at 10:51am
I met Angela years ago when I was delivering the mail to where she was working . She was always pleasant and smiling and I was struck by how beautiful she was. I knew she was sick but did not know Angela well enough to asked how she was doing. To Angela"s family, I am so sorry for your loss.
 

Elizabeth Williams Posted at 12:01am

Dear Carol, Always remember what an amazing bond you had with your little girl at the time Angela. It is clear she grew into a wonderful woman and lived an amazing life. Praying for you. Sincerely, Liz Williams
 
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crhordis@comcast.net Posted at 09:15am

Mark, Thank you for your kind thoughts and memories of Angela. She was a beautiful soul and touched so many people with her smile, even on the difficult days. Warmly, Carol
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