Home: West Valley City, Utah
Death Date: May 7, 2018
Birthdate: June 18, 1969
Place Of Birth: Salt Lake City, Utah
Our beloved Angela Marie Sandoval (McGaughey) was called home to join our Heavenly Father on Monday, May 7, 2018. Angela was born June 18, 1969, in Salt Lake City, to parents Charles McGaughey and Launa McGaughey (Clayborne). She is survived by her husband Arthur, her parents, her brother, Charles Michael (Michelle), two children, daughter, Whitney Craig, son, Perry Craig (Desirae) four Grandchildren, Kaiden, Nevaeh, Mason and Kyson, nieces Jordyn Reed & Devyn McGaughey, nephew Charley McGaughey. Aunt Shirley McGaughey-Williamson (Virgil), uncles' Bobby & Thomas McGaughey & Grandmother Lula Mae McGaughey.
We all remember the smiles and laughter when Angie had two small bundles of joy, surprise! Twins and how excited the family was to welcome Whitney & Perry. Ever since, the light in Angie's eyes has never diminished when talking about her children and grandchildren. She represented that very strong Mama Bear instinct in everything she did for her children.
Angela graduated from Granite High School the summer of 1987 and proceeded to train for work as a dental assistant. After completing an internship at Value Dent, she secured a position at FHP in Salt Lake City (6 years), Talbert-Monarch Dental (7 years), Little People's Dental (3 years). Rounding out her career until her passing was her most rewarding assignment at the Veterans Administration Dental department. She loved the position and serving our country's most deserving patients on a daily basis.
Angie had a love for purple and all things associated with Prince. Posters of Prince adorned a wall in her home den. She was also a huge fan of Whitney Houston, naming her daughter Whitney in support of another of her idols. She loved and was loyal to her friends. Her interests included her animals, gardening, eating (a real foodie), family gatherings, collecting snow globes, holiday celebrations and traveling to new places not necessarily in that order. Her only dislike was when gardening if she came across creepy crawly things she was through for the day. It was just fun to watch her throw down her tools and run for the front door.
The McGaughey family wishes to express their gratitude and sincere thanks to all who championed Angie to seek her best life.
A home going celebration will be held on Monday, May 21, 2018, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, UT. Guests are encouraged to use the complimentary valet parking on the north side of the building. A private family interment will take place at Mt. Calvary Cemetery on Tuesday. Again, our family is thankful to all who shared their time and love with our beloved daughter, wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend.