Angela M. Ashe

By December 2, 2014 Obituaries

Angela M. Ashe, 43, of Ladson, a homemaker and wife of James Ashe, died Monday. Arrangements are by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services, North Charleston, SC.

2 Comments

  • Dwight Martin says:

    I wish you sweet sleep, my sister dear.
    Although there’s so much that you’ve left bare
    I hate that you had to endure such pain
    On my mind, your saddened eyes have left a stain.

    I want to know what crossed your mind
    Unspoken words you’ve left behind
    Undone things we’ll never do
    No sharing thoughts you never knew.

    A peace has fallen upon your head
    A taste of sorrow we have been fed
    It really is like a hole in our lives
    One swiftly dug but carved out by knives.

    But I have hope that those sleeping will rise
    The Bible says that God will open their eyes.
    No suffering, sickness, yes not even pain,
    Those who did good, eternal life they’ll gain.

    So… sleep on my sister, sleep tight
    For now with you the sky is night.
    But after night will come daybreak
    Therefore I will wait hoping to see you awake!

  • Faye Craig says:

    Dear Angie,

    The 1st time I laid eyes on you, you ran to me, arms outstretched, crying & called me mommy. You were so tiny & frail, longing for a mother’s love & care. It’s all you needed. I had no idea that in the near future, you would become my step-daughter. I would end up being that mother your sweet little heart longed for. I was just a child myself, struggling to find the way to become an instant mom. Soon, I was taking away your bottle, potty training you & trying to teach you right from wrong.

    I watched you grow up to become a beautiful, caring & smart teenager. Your heart was big & good as gold. You always put others before yourself. You were married & became a mother to two beautiful daughters. I know you were a good mother because you were always a nurturer.

    Our lives took separate paths & eventually we were kept divided by circumstances. When we should be reuniting, I’m regretfully saying goodbye. Cancer took you from this world. You endured much suffering & were too young to leave us, but God had a plan.

    Angie, I love you, never stopped loving you & I always will love you & never forget you. I am heartbroken that I’ll never get to tell you that again or wrap my arms around you. I have so many regrets. Now, I walk alone with my memories. They are what I have left.

    Rest in peace with the Lord, my sweet Angie. You will always be in my heart.