Angentte Misula - 52
June 13, 2022
Mrs. Angentte Misula was born to Mr. Lawrence Gatewood and Mrs. Irene Clark in Omaha, Ne. On May 1, 1970. Angentte, age 52, left us unexpectedly June 13, 2022 in Lincoln, NE. Angentte graduated from Benson High School in Omaha in 1988. After graduation she moved to Florida for a few years where she went on to study nursing. Angentte had an incredible passion caring for others, especially people in need. Angentte's thought in studying nursing changed. She realized it wasn't so bad for her after all. She moved back to Omaha, Ne where she met her wonderful husband, Edgar Misula. The two continued on with life which led them to raise two very smart boys. The family then decided to move to Lincoln Ne, in 2017. This is when life for them got much better than before. Her husband found a wonderful job that supported the family tremendously, the kids participated in sports and Angentte stayed home most of her time as a housewife. She was passionate about always making sure her kids had very well manners and most importantly respected their parents and others around them. Angentte's oldest daughter Brooklyn Marie was very close to her mother. They were like best friends, especially with music, cooking and being there for each other. It was a huge hobby they both enjoyed together. The bond they had was something that no one could ever come between. Additional to her children, Angentte had a favorite niece Kiki. The bond and connection they had was unbreakable. Angentte's family was very important to her. She never forgot anyone or anything. She had the mind of a genius. There would be times where you'd wonder how she knew so much in such a short period of time. Angentte lived an interesting life that many will truly miss. No matter how life went, she was always welcoming and most of all she supported almost anyone. It's always a learning experience with her. She was that person that always noticed the good in someone. Angentte immediately lit up any room she entered and made an impact on so many people. She was a joyful presence with her rare personality, friendliness, beautiful smile, laughter, and amazing sense of humor. She was a risk taker. A no is a yes to her. They said she can't do it SHE did do it. Anything she put her mind to she accomplished. Angentte was a pro at making friends. She was always full of life and always kept a great big smile. She was the youngest sister out of the 13. She was always big on family. She was kind, generous and compassionate. Even when she spoke in anger, she was often the first to apologize and to try to heal what was broken. She believed in autonomy and dignity and a person's right to choose the life they want. She struggled with the concept of tough love and was fiercely independent and private. She loved her entire family, despite their quirks and disfunction. But She knew with such a big family it was always beautiful coming together. Gatherings were something she loved. She loved to see everyone get together, laugh, share memories. She all about having a good time and being around good vibes and energy. Always happy. A free spirit. She knew with such a big family it was always beautiful coming together. She is survived by her husband Edgar Misula; daughter Brooklyn Morris (23); her two sons Edgar Jr. Misula (13), Eli Misula (11); father Lawrence Gatewood; mother-in-law Theresa Misula; siblings Tim Clark, Larry Clark , Dennis Clark, Darlene Clark, Mark Clark, Edna Gipson, Theresa Lewis; and Misula Siblings . . . Preceded in death by mother, Irene Clark; brothers Cleo Jr, Quitman, LaVerne, Melvin; and sister Eileen Jean Walker; also nieces and nephews she loved dearly.