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Autumn Angelo

Obituary of Autumn Angelo

Autumn Angelo of Granby Colorado, passed away at the age of 81 on March 6, 2014 in Evergreen Colorado. Autumn was a long time residence of Grand County from 1969 to 2012.

Autumn was born in Leesville LA to the late Albert and Callie Irene Slatten and was raised with her 7 brothers and sisters in Houston TX. She and her husband, Gene Angelo moved to Hot Sulphur Springs in 1969. Their shared passion for the outdoors brought them to Grand County and over the years she was involved in many organizations including Lion's Club and the Grand County 4-H programs as a parent volunteer. She was very involved with the town of Hot Sulphur Springs, assisting in planning local events like Hot Sulphur Days and assisting in grant writing endeavors. Autumn owned and operated a hair salon for over 20 years and is remembered fondly for the connection she made with so many people through her business.

Autumn's passion was nature and the outdoors and she loved to share this with all she knew. Her favorite place was her cabin outside of town of which she spent many days and nights hiking and exploring. She also loved all the mountains had to offer spending her time horseback riding, skiing, ice skating, snowmobiling, hunting and walking and hiking. She had a beautiful voice and loved to sing, play the guitar and dance,

Her family was at the center of her heart and she cherished the time she had with her 3 grandsons, teaching them lessons and sharing her passion for nature. Autumn was beautiful inside and out and she will always be remembered for her bright smile, warm and comforting touch and kind and gentle way. She will be missed and the gifts that she brought to those who shared her path will surely always be remembered.

Autumn is pre-deceased by her husband Gene Angelo and her daughter Callie Patricia Slatten, both of Grand County Colorado. She is survived by her daughter Theresa Angelo Cinocco, son-in-law Dean and grandsons Christopher and Caden of Granby CO; her grandson Kyle Tillotson and wife Nicole and great grand-daughter Greya of Littleton CO; her sister Kathryn Slatten DeMarco of Houston TX and brother Bluet Lane Slatten of Ashburn VA.

Services will be held on May 22, 2014 at 2:30 pm at Fort Logan National Cemetery 3698 S Sheridan Blvd. Denver CO. Services begin promptly at 2:30 in Pavillion B; please arrive by 2:15 pm at staging area B.

Service Details

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 2:30pm, Fort Logan National Cemetery

Interment Details

Fort Logan National Cemetery

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Autumn Anita Angelo at Houston Rodeo circa 1978

Kathryn DeMarco Aug 23 2014 12:00 AM

Anita Slatten circa 1955 Galveston, Texas

Kathryn DeMarco Aug 23 2014 12:00 AM

Autumn "Nita" Slatten circa 1956 Houston, Texas.

Kathryn DeMarco Aug 23 2014 12:00 AM

Kathryn DeMarco Aug 23 2014 12:00 AM

It's hard to believe that my cousin Callie and my Aunt Autumn are both passed away, and within a year of each other. We never know where life will take us, that's for sure, but we can certainly appreciate those special people who cross our paths in this life. Aunt Autumn was one of the most special people I have ever known, and probably the most influential person in my life. Both her and Uncle Gene were so very kind to me, through many challenging times. It's impossible to express how deeply my aunt touched me. I would not be the person I am today if not for her, and the love that she gave me live on, through me, and passes on to touch the lives of others. I shared many great time with her, and my life was forever changed because of them. I can only say, "thank you Autumn, but a life well live, and well shared".

Jeannie Richards May 19 2014 12:00 AM

Dear Family of Autumn, I'm so sorry for your great loss of Autumn. She was one of my most precious friends. I remember fondly our camping trip to Piance Creek. What an outdoors lady! Autumn was my hairdresser for many years and did such a super job. She had talents like no one I've ever known. I share in your loss. Most Sincerely, Jean Hinman

Jean Hinman May 19 2014 12:00 AM

I have great memories of my aunt "Nita" as I called her. I spent many days with her and Gene Angelo camping and enjoying the outdoors. We camped and hunted in New Mexico at my parents ranch over the years as well. I made several trips to their home in Colorado to visit in the 1980's. Aunt Nita was a patient and kindly soul. She always had time for everyone. I will miss her very,very much!

Kenney Slatten May 13 2014 12:00 AM