Gregory Angenendt

Gregory Angenendt, 45, of Columbia entered into eternal rest November 13, 2007 at University Hospital. Visitation will be from 3-6 p.m. Monday November 26, 2007 at the Salvation Army Church with a memorial service to follow at 6 p.m. Greg was born April 16, 1962 in Fayette to Elmer and Karen (Adams) Angenendt. On April 3, 1985 he married Bianca Vaughn in Columbia and she survives him of the home. Mr. Angenendt is survived by his mother Karen of Salisbury, sons, Jamie and Evan both of Columbia, brothers, Terry and Virgil both of Columbia, sister, Keila of Salisbury, step-daughter, Stephanie of Licking, MO, step-sister Betsy from out of the area and good friend Cindy of Columbia. Greg worked for the Salvation Army for many years. He enjoyed fishing, boating, coin collecting, a good cup of coffee and the news. He was extremely close to his boys and was full of joy when he had the chance to hunt with Jamie or watch cartoons with Evan. Memorials are requested to go to the family and can be mailed to Bianca Angenendt, 4130 S. Lenoir, Lot 120, Columbia, MO 65201.


  1. Darla on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    My condolences to the family and friends of Greg Angenendt. I knew Greg as a classmate in both grade school and high school in Glasgow, MO. I haven’t seen him since we graduated in 1980 but I’ve thought of him from time to time, as he was a good kid and one I’d always considered a friend. I don’t think he had an enemy in the world. If he did, he never let on. He was the little guy with the freckles and the big grin. I was saddened to hear of his passing but am happy to know that he had a loving family and that he spent much of his life serving others.

    God bless you all,

    Darla Hogan
    Glasgow, MO

  2. Beverly Schooler on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    To the family of Greg I would like to say how sorry I am to hear of his passing and all you must be going thru. I worked with Greg many years ago at the Parkade Salvation Army. God lends us people for awhile, but promises we will reunite in a much better place someday.

  3. Dorris Davis-Forstall on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    To the surviving family of Gregory Angenendt: I was so saddened to hear of your loss. I am a former classmate of Greg?s from Glasgow High School. Although I have lived out of the area for many years, I did consider Greg to be a friend. I pray that God will grant you peace during this undoubtedly difficult time. And I pray that the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will keep your hearts and minds and help you to know that there is no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.

    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Dorris Davis-Forstall
    Keller, TX

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