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Ms. Angela Denise Findlater
November 25, 1973 ~ September 19, 2023 (age 49) 49 Years Old
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Angela Findlater was born on Nov. 25, 1973 in Montego Bay Jamaica, to George Findlater and Gladys Fenton. George & Gladys knew from her birth that God blessed them with a child with a very special life mission.
Angela was the oldest of her siblings (brother: Gary Maxwell & sister: Ana Leigh Davis). While her father preceeded her in death, Angela was very close to her mother, siblings, and her family, where family values were a heavy emphasis each and every day. Angela, affectionately known as "Denise" by family, or "Miss Finny" by friends, was known for her vivacious spirit, jovial sense of humor, and passion for God which made her a force to reckon with.
Angela attended Barracks Road Primary School, and successfully entered and graduated from Mount Alvernia High School in Montego Bay Jamaica. Angela then went on to successfully study English & Social Studies at Bethlehem Teachers College; she later studied English and graduated from the University of West Indies. Her career tenure as an educator includes teaching at: Maggotty High School (St. Elizabeth), Kenilworth Heart Academy (Hanover), and St. James High School (Montego Bay).
Angela received Christ at a young age. Her love for God was evident in her action and words. She served for many years at Bogue Hill Baptist Church as a Deacon and she was the Superintendent for Sunday School.
Angela is survived by her mother (Gladys Fenton), siblings (Gary Maxwell & Ana Leigh Davis), her adopted love for Kemar Cooper, uncles and aunts and a host of cousins, extended family, and church family. Angela loved God. She enjoyed listening to music & she loved her Jamaican food. She enjoyed traveling to visit family and friends in Jamaica, in the USA, and learning different cultures. Her tenactious spirit, sweet kindness, and loving generosity help countless individuals in the Bogue community, helped thousands of students as an educator, as well as many others. She was very caring and giving to her church family and the community at large. Her legacy will live on.