Angela M. Monaco


Angela M. Monaco 82, passed away on Saturday, July 11, 2020. She was born in Troy, NY on December 11, 1937 to Angelo and Barbara (Michele) DeVito. Angela was a secretary for the Ballston Spa Central Schools for many years. She was a communicant of St. Mary’s Church in Ballston Spa.

She was predeceased by her parents Angelo and Barbara, brother John DeVito and her son Father Harry Monaco. Angela is survived by her husband Harry and their children, Patricia Gonzales (Hector) and Vincent Monaco (Nancy); grandchildren Stephanie Monaco (Sean), Dominic Monaco, Vincent Gonzales (Breanna) and Amelia Gonzales; great grandchildren Jameson, Marley and Elle; brothers Dominic DeVito (Helen) and Patsy DeVito (Sheila); sister Barbara Loatman; and several nieces and nephews.

A private family service will be held. Memorial contributions in memory of Angela may be made to St. Mary’s Church, 167 Milton Avenue, Ballston Spa, NY 12020.

Guest Book

Lisa Hofmann Taylor

My dearest sympathy is with Harry on the loss of his beloved wife. Prayers and love to you.

Janice Miranda Cutbush

I’m so sad to hear about Angie’s passing. She was a sweet woman who always made us laugh when she was secretary at the high school where I worked with her. I also taught her son Harry and I know she’s with him now. My condolences to the family.

Cecile Spellman

Last summer I had the pleasure of sitting next to Angie at a Monaco birthday party...I was thrilled to be invited and the icing on the cake was spending that time with Angie..She made me laugh and was the best storyteller...I will remember that time forever..To the entire family, I am so sorry for your loss.

James Calkins and Ann Senecal

So sorry to the entire family. Thoughts and prayers are with you from a friend and her mail carrier for the last 15 years.

Mike & Monique Monaco

Our hearts are filled with deep sadness after hearing of Aunt Angie's passing. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother & great grandmother. I have fond memories of her making me laugh as I devoured her meatballs. She was always such a nice & caring person and we will miss her. On behalf of our family, Michael, Liv, Nick & Anthony we send our sincere condolences to Uncle Harry, Vince & Nancy, Patricia & Hector, and all the family and friends

Jose and Jaynee Gonzales

Patti and the Monaco family,
We’re so very sorry for the loss of your mother. She was a sweet woman who put family first. Our prayers are with you all in the days to come.

Sylvia Bertrand

My sincerest sympathy to the Monaco and Gonzales families for Angie’s passing. She was a wonderful and caring person to everyone. She will truly be missed.

Mary and Jerry DeFilippo

On behalf of Jerry, Cara and Bryah, Michael and myself, we offer our sincere condolences to your family. Aunt Angela was truly a sincere, kind and compassionate lady. She broke the mold. Take Faith in those precious memories and GOD BLESS.

Jan Montesano

I worked with Angie for years at Wood Road Elementary School where she graced us daily with her love and laughter, always willing to help anyway she could. I have wonderful memories of Angie, and I consider myself so fortunate to have known such a wonderful person. My condolences to the family.

Deborah Panetto

So sorry to hear of Angie's passing. Sending my sincere sympathy to Harry, Patricia and Vincent and the entire family and friends. Angie was a lovely lady, a wonderful co-worker who enjoyed telling her life-stories as much as we all enjoyed hearing them. Sincerely, Debbie

Fuzzy and Kelly Guilfoyle

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the Monaco family at this very trying time.

David Amico

My sincere sympathy and prayers to Angela's dear family. May she rest in peace!
David Amico
St. Bonaventure University, Class of 1985

Janice Murray

It’s with heartfelt sadness I send my condolences for the passing of Angela . I loved doing her hair I loved our conversations I loved her . You are all in my thoughts and prayers
Love, Jan