Angela Louise Pate

February 13, 1968 - July 16, 2022
Angela Louise Pate


Angela Louise Pate, 54, of Wilmington died on Saturday, July 16, 2022. She was born in Wilmington on February 13, 1968 to Glenn and Patricia Pate.

She was preceded in death by her father Glenn

Angie was a beautiful, kind, and giving person and at any given chance she would help anyone in any way that she could. She had the best heart and personality. She was always the second mom to her daughter’s friends and made them all feel at home. Angie was a skilled engraver creating immaculate designs for local businesses, charity groups, non-profit organizations, and county schools and any material you could think of including trophies and plaques, she never failed the assignment and was everyone’s first choice in an engraver. Angie also had a passion for collecting records and movies with a great taste in both, passing that on to her daughter.

Angie is survived by her life partner and love of her life Timothy Cliff, daughter Justice Rain Howard, mother Patricia Pate, sister Robin Hughes and husband Christopher Hughes, and a lot of amazing friends.

A celebration of life will be held at 6:00pm on Saturday, August 6, 2022 at Wilmington Funeral & Cremation – Wilmington Chapel 1535 S. 41st Street, Wilmington, NC 28403

The family asks that you come with a story of Angie, as there will be a time of sharing.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Adopt an Angel (here) in honor for her love of animals and the many years she spent volunteering at the rescue.


Celebration of Life

Saturday, August 6, 2022
6:00 PM

Wilmington Funeral Chapel - Directions
1535 South 41st Street
Wilmington, NC 28403
910-791-9099

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  • September 02, 2022
    Felicia Manor Buck says:
    I just heard the news today from an old friend of ours. I am devastated. Mrs. Pate you have my sincere condolences. Angie introduced herself to me on the school bus when we were in the eight grade at Roland Grise and we became best friends that day. I remember trying to teach Angie how to drive my stick shift mustang I was laughing so hard while she was shouting out the window for the kids in the neighborhood to move out of the way. After that I would just drive her around on the weekends after she flat out refused to learn. She was my buddy and I was hers.

  • September 02, 2022
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  • August 06, 2022
    Ron Wight says:
    tonight on my playlist a song came on that reminded me of Angie... I picked her up for work one day at Robin's and I had Boston playing and Angie said "you have good taste in music"... was not the only time we shared our common love for them... "Gonna Hitch a Ride" was one of our favorites.

  • August 05, 2022
    linda zapp says:
    I knew Angie for a couple/three years. She was a very nice, fun loving person. I volunteered at her former work place so only saw her once or twice a month. I will tell you a story that makes me laugh every time the subjectt comes up. She often expressed how she disliked northerners. I would say, Angie I from New York. she would respond, you don't count. I love you. It made me feel special. Rest in peace my friend.