- Visitation: Wednesday, April 6, 2022 from 5 PM – 7 PM, at Heritage Funeral Homes (3801 S. Howell Ave. Milwaukee, WI)
- Mass of Christian Burial: Thursday, April 7, 2022 at 11 AM at St. Veronica Catholic Church (353 E. Norwich St. Milwaukee, WI)
- Entombment: St. Adalbert Cemetery
Angela C. Dybul
Passed away peacefully March 24, 2022 at the age of 92 years young. Angela was preceded in death by her loving husband of 61 years, Robert J. Dybul. An amazing mom to her children Joann Hertel and Mary (Patrick) Osse. Proud grandma to Kayleigh Dybul and Amanda Clay, and an extremely proud great-grandma to Evelyn, Sai Maiyah, and Jasiah. Angela is very loved and will be deeply missed by many family members and friends.
God and his teachings were central to Angela’s life and she found strength and solace in Jesus Christ and she served as a fine example of living one’s faith. Angela worked at A.C. Delco for a time, however, her greatest accomplishment, and with a lot of patience, was raising her two daughters. Angela was a devoted parishioner at St. Veronica’s Church where she spent many years volunteering her time at St. Veronica’s Friday Fish Fry’s, always with a smile on her face. Angela enjoyed traveling, gardening, showing off her roses, watching Judge Judy, cooking and baking (because no matter what, there is ALWAYS room for dessert), and sewing, reupholstering furniture of all types and trying new and different crafts such as stained glass. She also loved her trips up north and to Missouri to visit family and the farms. Angela was a wonderful person inside and out, kind to everyone she met, a dear friend, always smiling and laughing, and had a huge heart full of love which she shared with everyone. She will always be our angel and will forever be 102 years young to her family.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, from 5 PM – 7 PM, at the funeral home. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, at 11 AM, at St. Veronica Catholic Church (353 E. Norwich St.). Entombment St. Adalbert Cemetery.
Our deepest sympathy Mary Pat Kayleigh and Evelyn. You are in our thoughts daily
Love Mike and Denise
Mrs Dybul was like my mom too. Her daughter Mary and I became friends at St Veronica’s and remained friends thru high school. Mrs. Dybul kept a watchful eye over us during the summer vacations as kids riding bikes in the neighborhood to growing into teens and sneaking out to meet boys. Always soft spoken, patient and caring. A wonderful lady. She is missed.