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Angela Gayle Boone

March 22, 1963 — January 15, 2023

Angela Boone, 59, beloved disciple of Jesus Christ, wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, and light to all who knew her, died January 15, 2023, after a courageous battle with brain cancer.
Angela was born March 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Tim Boone, son Bolton and wife Sarah, son Connor, daughter Christie and husband Jake, daughter Blair, her parents Arthur and Vivian Browning, brother Keith, and her beloved grandchildren Theo, Paisley, Ben, Witten, Colton, and Trey. She is also survived by numerous members of the extended Boone, Browning, and Fleming families. She was predeceased by her brother Art Browning.

Angela grew up in Desoto, Texas, and attended Desoto High School. She worked for the Urology Department at the Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and she and Tim raised their family in Sugar Land, Texas.
Angela loved her husband Tim and their children, her mom, her friends, her dogs, Costa Rica, her Costa Rican family, live music, Curtis "Rooster" Wheeler, Thomas and Sharon Braxton, New Orleans, Mexican food, and blue raspberry icees. She and Tim especially enjoyed beautiful sunsets filled with priceless conversations. Those sunset talks will continue until they are once again reunited in Heaven. She loved her family with a steadfast and unconditional love, and her dedication to her four children and six grandchildren was unshakable.
Even during her illness, Angela was always thinking of others, constantly talking to her grandchildren, near and far, sharing her gifts, and witnessing to everyone around her. Throughout her illness, she lived with cour-age, optimism, and a deep and abiding faith. She spent countless hours glorifying God and gracing others with her boundless love.
Her love of life, gentle spirit, gracious nature, and beautiful smile made her a friend to all, and she will be dearly missed by those who were blessed to know her. Angela's friendship was a blessing to those who knew and loved her because those ties ran deep, and those roots were strong. Her open heart and generous spirit was a gift that will be cherished. Angela was grounded and authentic, and when she asked how you, your family, or your children were doing, you knew it was because she really wanted to know, and she honestly cared. There was nothing insincere about the bright and shining light named Angela that we were blessed to have known. She was grace, love, and laughter. She was deeply loved and will be forever missed.
Her family would like to thank Dr. Gavin Britz, Dr. David Baskin, Dr. Ivo Tremont, and Silverado Hospice, especially Terri and Tina, for their expert and loving care. The family offers their heartfelt gratitude to the Houston Methodist family and her many caregivers along her journey.

We are grateful to God for the time we had with Angela before He called His faithful servant home. We saw God's grace in the way she faced this most difficult time and know that His love sustained her and will continue to sustain those who knew her.
The celebration of Angela's life will be held Feb. 3, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. at Sugar Land Baptist Church, 16755 Southwest Fwy Sugar Land, TX 77479. Live streaming of the celebration will be available on In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Angela to support brain cancer research should be made to the Peak Center at Houston Methodist Hospital Foundation, P. O. Box 4384, Houston, Texas, 77210-4384.
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