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Angela “Angie” Dannies Keyserling, age 63, wife of Michael Huguenin Keyserling of Beaufort, SC died Monday, May 1st in her home.

Angie was born April 15th, in Salzburg Austria. She was raised in Burlington, Iowa and was a graduate of Central College in Pella, Iowa.

Angie was well known for her gardening, her love of the water, and her passion for animals. Her enthusiasm for travel turned into a 40-year career with Delta Air Lines as a Flight Attendant.

Preceded in death by her mother, Patricia Dannies Lynch and father, James Thomas Lynch.

Survived by her husband, Michael Huguenin Keyserling; her sister, Juli Weiss (Brad Weiss); her niece, Rachel Weiss; her stepchildren, Jennifer Smith (William Royce Smith), Dr. Harold Keyserling (Christopher Beaver), Dena Keyserling (Adriene Hill), and Theodora Keyserling (Seth Chapman), as well as two step-grandchildren, Stills Chapman and Theodore Chapman.

A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Alzheimer’s Family Services of Greater Beaufort, SC.

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  1. Charlotte Baker says:

    My prayers and heartfelt wishes to all those who loved and will miss my dear friend. She was an angel, a rose in the garden….I have so many memories of wonderful times, and these I shall cherish. Rest in Peace Angie I will miss you.

  2. Denise Swan Isacson says:

    My condolences to Angie’s family and dear friends. Having met Angie as a “Savannah commuter” at the tail end of her Delta career (and flown a few trips with her), it’s easy to say that she was a sweet lady who will be sorely missed.

  3. Kathy Bussing says:

    My rock my friend my more than she knew! I will keep all family and friends in my thoughts each day! Our time was spent in every aspect from sadness to some of the happiest days of life!

  4. Nancy Pohl says:

    I remember flying with her! She was such a sweet and fun person and a great f/a. She will be greatly missed!! Condolences to all of her loved ones!!

  5. Gary & Sherrie Suback says:

    Our Blessings and sincere sympathies to Mike, Juli and family. We met through the car club and will cherish fond memories from over the years. Rest in Peace Angie, you are truly missed!

  6. Kathryn Parker says:

    My heart is very sad today. Angie, I am sure, is in heaven and is without pain. It is us, her friends and family, who are left with the pain of losing her. Michael, know that I understand and my prayers are with you and your family.

  7. patricia denkler says:

    fond thoughts of the two of you and your shared joy of life
    with love and respect

  8. Diane Moumousis says:

    My heart hurt when Charlotte let me know that Angie was gone. She was a Sky Sister and loved by all. We know that *There are no Tears in Heaven & that Angie is whole and healthy now and with friends and family that were waiting to greet her at Heaven’s Gates* but it is just so terribly hard on those she left behind. Michael and family & her dearest of friends… holding you close in prayer. Our beloved Angie will be missed. We love you Angie.

  9. Rob & Betsi Hilton says:

    Our prayers and thoughts are with Angie’s family who stood by her side through this hard fought battle. Memories of Angie will live on in our hearts, for this we are grateful, and Heaven has welcomed one of its own back into the fold.

  10. Cindy Stewart says:

    I also had flown with Angie and sorry I did not know of her cancer struggle as I have been in another base for last year. My heart breaks for you and all that loved Angie. Praying for you to have the peace in your heart that she is receiving now with her Heavenly Father.

  11. Tom and Angie Fryer says:

    Angie and I were saddened to hear of the passing of Angie. We still remember one of our Colo reunions when we were able to spend time together. I do not recall any other classmates married to Angies. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  12. Dan Moulds says:

    Angie was one of my best friends at Central College.
    I met Angie during Freshman year and we became close friends during our Junior & Senior year there. Angie had a fabulous personality and liked to “set her own course”. After graduation from Central in 1976, I saw her several more times before she moved away to become a flight attendant with Delta.
    We then became pen pals until I married in 1983. She was a wonderful lady that I have missed & will miss greatly.

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