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Angeline "Angie" M. Malone
Date of Death: August, 25 2021


          Angeline "Angie" M. Malone, 99, Hermansville, was reunited with her heavenly father on August 25, 2021. Angeline was born on July 4, 1922, in Bagley-Pound, WI to her parents, Frederick and Wilhelmina (Czudnochowski) Cudnohufsky, who emigrated from Prussia. Frederick and Wilhelmina welcomed Angeline into a large family as the 15th child of 17 children. Angeline and her family relocated to Hermansville, MI when she was a young girl where she attended school, tended the large family gardens, and cared for the many farm animals while growing up on her parents’ farm in the Vega area. 
 
          Angeline’s whole family was musically gifted. They formed a family band and played country music in the local area. She had her singing debut on the radio in Menominee, MI when she was a teenager. On December 21, 1940, she married Joseph “Tony” Malone in Iron Mountain, MI. They were happily married for 55 years and had three children: James, Bonnie, and Joanne. She had many hobbies throughout the years such as sewing, crocheting, and tending to her beautiful flower garden. She loved caring for the dogs she had throughout her lifetime. She cherished the time spent with family and loved ones and never missed an opportunity to share stories of times past. She was quick-witted and always put a smile on the faces around her. 
          Angeline is survived by son: James (Myrna) Malone, daughters: Bonnie (Dave) Schuette, and Joanne (Ron) Villanueva, 13 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, and 26 great-great-grandchildren.
           She is proceeded in death by her husband, parents, grandson Joseph Malone, brothers Henry (Mildred) Cudnohufsky, Adolph (Elizabeth) Cudnohufsky, Rudolph (Blanche) Cudnohufsky, Walter (Gertrude) Cudnohufsky, Sylvester (Pauline) Cudnohufsky, and Arthur Cudnohufsky, sisters Esther (Arthur Day), Alice (Frederich) Treptow, Anna (Michael) Kalbes, Alma (Leo) Christian, Helen (Alphonse) Ayotte, Freda (Clarence) Christian, Alvina (William) McGran, Clara (Delbert) Broecker, Viola (George) Tucker, and Josephine (Ernest) Gould. 
         
          Friends may call from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (CST) on Friday September 3, 2021 at the Allo Coolman Funeral Home in Spalding. A funeral service to celebrate the life of Angeline will be at 3:00 p.m. (CST) on Friday at the funeral home with Pastor Jeff Gagne officiating. Burial will follow in the Meyer Township Cemetery. A luncheon will be held at the William Anderson Sportsmans Club in Hermansville.
 
          Please visit www.allofh.com to send online condolences to her family.

Condolences
  • " Bonnie, Joanne and Jim, so sorry to hear about your mom, she was a special lady. Sending hugs and prayers to your families "
    -Amy Broeders

  • "My Mom, no doubt, is visiting with Angie already... :)) They will wait patiently, for all of us to head their way. To Angie's Family, we are very sorry for your loss. Your loved one was a joy to be around. Sharp as a tack! Put me to shame easily...but we always had a good laugh. You will miss her for sure....but she will be there...waiting...like Moms always do...arms itching to gather us close...in a loving, warm, and kind embrace! We always need our Moms!!! God bless you all. We love you. "
    -Gloria and Family

  • "So sorry for your loss, I have fond memories of her wonderful sense of humor."
    -Anita Cox

  • "So sorry for your loss, I have fond memories of her wonderful sense of humor."
    -Anita Cox

  • "My deepest Sympathy Bonnie,Jim and Joeann. Memories remain and we will all be together again one day. Your in my thoughts at this difficult time."
    -Donna Jafolla

  • "Sorry to hear of your loss. Angeline was a sweetheart and I knew her since I was about four years old. I know she will be missed. The Bert St. Onge family lived about one quarter mile from the Malone family in Hermansville. Angeline must have been an angel because she would babysit for me and my brothers LeRoy, Stanley and Myron when my Mother Norma and Father Bert would go dancing at the Four Corners Ballroom near Powers/ Spalding. We would always put up a fuss and holler that we wanted to go to Four Corners. Angeline would say "you are going to Four Corners alright "Four Corners Bedroom Park". We got to love her and her Family. Angeline's family played some great Country Music with some of the Whittens (spelling?) family. When they first started playing music we would go to Herman Luft's grocery store on the edge of Hermansville. My Grandfather Hector and Grandmother Emma Dugree lived close to Herman's store so we could run over there. Herman enjoyed having them play there. They were great musicians and singers. Livio Malone loved singing Hank Williams songs and was very good at it. Our Family moved to Kingsford after the lumber mills shut down but made many visits to Hermansville and those of us that are left still do. I always felt my roots are in Hermansville. It was one of the most beautiful places on the planet. There was so much going on there with two hotels, several taverns, the big school, lumber mills, fox farm and other businesses. I still got to see Angeline many times after we moved and have great memories of her. Douglas St. Onge "
    -DOUGLAS ST. ONGE

  • "I really sorry about your mom passing Jo. My prayers are with you. She was such a awesome mom. I remember all the wonderful stories you would tell me about her. Chuck and I will try to be there, my brotherlaw Memorial Service is on the same day. My prayers are with you and your family. She sure was a beautiful woman, know wonder your Dad married her. Love ya Have a Jesus Day Phyl and Chuck Phyl"
    -Phyllis williams

  • "So sorry to hear about your mom. She was a great lady and good listener. She will surely will be missed by all who new her and your father. My prayers for all of you at this time. God Bless."
    -Faye Mroczkowski "Clifford"


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