Angela Ann
Greece: Sunday, September 30, 2007 at age 14. Angela is survived by several family members and many, many friends. She was a student at Greece Arcadia High School. No prior calling hours. A Memorial Service celebrating Angela's life will be held Sunday 1 P.M. at the Greece Athena Performing Arts Center, 800 Long Pond Road. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St, Joseph's Villa, c/o Donna Rush, 3300 Dewey Avenue, Rochester NY 14616 or Joining Hearts & Hands, 9 Fieldstone Grove, Fairport, NY 14450 in her memory.

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  1. ANGELA ANN O’Laskey was a close and personal friend to me we shared so many good times she was more than a friend i would call her my baby sister i was there for her when she needed me and angela had a personality that shined so bright she could set you to laugh even if you didnt want to i will miss her smile dearly godbless you angela and may you rest in oeace and im always here for the O’Laskey family

  2. Angela was a true gift from God, taken back by God much sooner than ever expected. Her name bears her next life’s journey: an ‘Angel’. She has shown all of us how life should be lived as if it was our last. A true inspiration to all who have met her. Her smile was contagious. All our Love and support to her family.

  3. Angela was awondeerful girl. She smiled at everyone in the halls, even those she didnt even know. I remember asking her a question about middle school and she smiled the whole time. She had such a bueatiful smile that would brighten up anybody’s day. RIP Angela. You truly are an angel

  4. Angela was awondeerful girl. She smiled at everyone in the halls, even those she didnt even know. I remember asking her a question about middle school and she smiled the whole time. She had such a bueatiful smile that would brighten up anybody’s day. RIP Angela. You truly are an angel.

  5. Angela,
    You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. You are always in our hearts. You went through so much pain and suffering but now your up in heaven with the angels free of pain. You will never be forgotten. You will always be missed and loved.
    ~R.I.P~
    Angela Ann O’Laskey

  6. Dear Janine and Family,
    We continue to keep your family in our thoughts and prayers. Angela brought much joy and blessings to so many, and we will always remember her as a brightness in our lives. We love you.

  7. I am so sorry for your loss.Words cannot express the sorrow you and your family must feel. My daughter went to school with Angela while she was in Brockport. I am sure this is a tough time for you and your famliy, however, god will help you find the strength to move on and always keep her memories close to your heart! She is an angel now looking down on us all, may you keep living everyday thinking what a wonderful daughter,friend you raised!!

  8. I am sorry for your lost and my prays go out to you.angela was a great person and alot of people care for her and miss so very much but i know its most hard for you… i send my love to everyone…

  9. I AM VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, AND MY PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU . I NEVER GOT THE CHANCE TO MEET ANGELA MYSELF, BUT MY SON, MICHAEL JOY WAS A CLASSMATE OF HERS, AND HE ALWAYS SPOKE VERY HIGHLY OF HER. SHE’S GOING TO BE MISSED VERY MUCH, BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN!!!

  10. I did not have the pleasure of meeting Angela. My daughter goes to Arcadia Middle school. She never had the pleasure to meet Angela either but she has a lot of friends that did know Angela. I have been told that Angela was a wonderful girl with a lot of spirit, that she was strong and never stopped smiling. May God Bless you and your family during this time of need. My thoughts and Prays are with you all. Angela is an’Angel’ in heaven looking down on us. Angela’s strength will help you heal.

  11. I lost my twenty year old son Chris to Ewings sarcoma four years ago. I understand your extreme pain. I pray you find the strength to keep her memory alive, find comfort and hope.

  12. I met Angela only a few times but she was one of the most lively people i’ve ever met … and one of the nicest as well. If anyone knew how to live… it was her. Rest in Peace.

  13. I was very fortunate to talk with Angela at the Arcadia Prom. She is truly a little angel. I am very sorry for you loss and I hope that the frame we gave her at the prom will be a way of keeping her and this special time in your mind and hearts forever. God Bless you all.

  14. I work in the 9th and 11th grade unit offices this year at Greece Arcadia H.S.. I only knew Angela a short time. She seemed to be a very sweet young lady. You were very fortunate to have her as a daughter, sister, granddaughter. She always had a smile for me. God Bless Her. Mrs. Andersson (Teacher Aide)

  15. Im sorry for the lose. Im in middle school and I went to school with Angela. I did know her alittle bit and I so so sorry.I hope that helps and I will teel my teacher and friends to sign too.

  16. May God bless & strengthen your family during this difficult time. We will always remember Angela for her strength, courage, and beautiful smile. May the angels watch over her.

  17. Our family’s thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss and sorrow. My Son, Tom was a classmate of Angela’s and he was more than eager to participate in the Rockathon and again at the Prom. What a brave young lady she was and I’m sure we cannot imagine the pain you feel right now. Please know that the entire Arcadia community is grieving with you.

  18. Our son is a 9th grade student at Arcadia and although he did not know Angela personally he did know who she was and shared with us what he saw of her courage, strength and her smiles everyday. Her story touched all of our hearts. God Bless your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  19. To All Angela’s family

    May God be with you. Angela will always hold a place in my heart as the beautiful young lady that she was and a cherished friend of Alana’s. You never saw her with out a smile on her face or a spring in her step. When the girls were young and growing up on Brockway Place it was always Audrey and Angela and Laney; as if they were one. From the moment they woke up until the moment her had to force them to go to bed, they were always together. Conspiring, planning, playing or just hanging. We will aways love you Angela. Alana, Caitlin, Cathy and Chris

  20. To All Angela’s family

    May God be with you. Angela will always hold a place in my heart as the beautiful young lady that she was and a cherished friend of Alana’s. You never saw her with out a smile on her face or a spring in her step. When the girls were young and growing up on Brockway Place it was always Audrey and Angela and Laney; as if they were one. From the moment they woke up until the moment we had to force them to go to bed, they were always together. Conspiring, planning, playing or just hanging. We will aways love you Angela. Alana, Caitlin, Cathy and Chris

  21. To Angela’s Mother and Father’¦
    You both should feel very proud of yourselves for raising such a fine and beautiful young lady. Although I did not know Angela personally, my son Bryan met her through a few of his Band Members and cousin Jake. Over the past few weeks the boys were planning on having a band show in honor of her life. Although it has been postponed until next month, the benefit show will go on, just as Angela’ memory will live on in their hearts… Her mission in life though short, was to bring you love, happiness and courage to face the most difficult and unexpected illness that she herself could not overcome. Be thankful for the love of family and friends who surround you today and always. They will provide you with the hope and faith to overcome your sadness you feel right now. I was touched to be a part of and experience first hand this love on Angela’s last day in the hospital. The music and songs the boys played for her brought out the most beautiful smile I have ever seen for someone who was so ill. Let God’s love show you this smile everyday, in all that you do, all that you say, and to all that you love. Hold on to the memories, but live each day to the fullest. She wants you to. God sent you an ‘Angel’ to love, and you did, but he needs her now. Rejoice and be thankful that through the love you gave her, she shared that in everything she did, with everyone she knew. She touched so many lives here on earth, and she will continue to as we all share our memories with you. May God Bless you and your other children in this time of sorrow. Be strong and believe that we are all praying for you. With heartfelt sympathy, the Struczewski family

  22. To the O’Laskey family,

    My heart grew heavy when I learned of Angela’s illness. My deepest sympathy to all of you.
    I did not teach Angela at Allendale Columbia School, but can still see her happy smile and palyful gallup down the hallway to greet her sister, Audrey.
    Peace be with you all,
    Mary Kay Whitbeck

  23. We are so sorry about your loss. May God comfort and strengthen you in this very sad time. You all are in our prayers always. Erin and Steve Spicer (Kevin’s parents).

  24. We are so sorry for your loss and I hope knowing that others care so deeply will help you through this most difficult time in your life. My daughter Kelly went to school with Angela and most recently participated in the prom. Kelly got to know Angela for a very short period of time and was inspired by her spirit of life. Kelly has been deeply touched by Angela’s courage and her love for life. Kelly and a friend made ‘remember Angela ribbons’ and gave them out to the entire Arcadia community. Angela will never be forgotten but will always remain in our hearts forever.

  25. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Angela was such a special friend to Nicole and I am so happy that they were able to remain good friends even after Angela left ACS. I remember when Nicole first learned that Angela was coming back from CA…she was so happy. Angela will be missed by all and has left so many footprints along the way. Thank you for letting Nicole be part of Angela’s tapestry of life. We will hold you all in our hearts, thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.
    Bernie & Doreen Salamone

  26. We had the privilege of knowing Angela. She was such a sweet girl. My daughter Meghan just loved her. Although the family moved from Brockport a few years ago, we never stopped loving any of them. Our hearts are with you today, tomorrow and always. May the light from above always shine down on all of the lives Angela touched. Bless you Jeanine, Audrey and Melissa.

  27. We share in your grief. Our daughter, Molly met Angela at Allendale-Columbia and they became best friends. Although they lost touch in later years, the memories are strong. A picture of the two of them has been in Molly’s room for years-a smiling, beautiful girl. Our deepest sympathy to her family.

  28. When clarity seems far away
    Remember the hearts that touch us deeply.
    The hands that sand a rough surface,
    understanding what it means to give.

    Remember life
    and the beauty that exists in eyes
    And the teachings of a small soul
    So bright and full of hope.

    Remember life
    and the sense that can evolve
    By the careful light that reminds us all
    What it means to love and forever shine.

    -Lindsay Infantino

    Angela, I did not know you, but you truly are inspiring. Rest in peace.

  29. When I first met Angela last fall, she was just an ordinary student in my 8th grade class. As time progressed, she became anything but ordinary. Angela’s attitude and outlook was always up-beat and positive throughout her illness. I enjoyed seeing her on the 8th grade trip, just being a kid. I looked forward to her visits last year and this year as well. She had a zest for life, she was just an amazing indiviual who I feel lucky and a better person for knowing. Her image and character is forever with me, I love all of my students but, I could never put into words the love, respect, and admiration I have had and will continue to have for Angela. My thoughts are with her parents, sisters and close family as well as her friends who meant so much to her and who Angela meant so much to.

  30. You are loved and will be missed by many. I hope that you are in peace now. I will never forget the times you came to my house and visited Carrie. I will pray for you and my God keep you safe.

    A friend always

    Gene Kane

  31. You will always be missed by those who love you. Your’e up with the angels were there is no suffering or pain. You will never be forgotten Angela. We love you
    ~R.I.P~

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