Angela Marie Riggs ~ In Our Care ~ April 3, 2023
Angela “Angie” Marie Riggs, 55, passed peacefully on April 3, 2023. She was born on March 10th, 1968 in Albany, MO to Gene and Lois Gaiser.
Angie was a graduate from Maysville High School. After high school on August 17th, 1991 she married William Riggs and soon after welcomed her two sons. She spent most of her life in Maysville and became very active in the wrestling community where she enjoyed watching her boys compete.
Angie loved taking trips, big or small; spending time with her family; weekends at the River Market with Willie; summer nights listening to live music, especially the oldies, and a good book by the river. She will always be remembered for her laughter and voice that could fill a room, sense of humor and warm hugs.
She is proceeded in death by her parents: Gene and Lois Gaiser and niece Kimberly Kinne.
Survivors include her husband William Riggs of the home; sons Jacob (Elizabeth) Riggs of Kansas City, Joshua (Cheyenne) Riggs of Kansas City; brothers Roger (Janice) Gaiser of Maysville, Jerry (Jill) Gaiser of St. Joseph, and sister Debbie Boyer of Palm Bay, Florida, 10 nieces and nephews, and numerous great nieces and nephews
A Celebration of Life will be 12:00 p.m Saturday, April 29, 2023 at the June Conley Building in Maysville, Missouri. Cremation under the direction of Turner Family Funeral Home of Maysville. Memorial contributions: Maysville Alumni Scholarship. Online condolences: www.turnerfamilyfuneral.com
Much love to all Angie’s family. I knew her I’m school at Maysville. Played basketball and did track with her. It was always so cool to see how excited and proud she was of her boys throughout the years and how much joy she shared with Willie.
What a great person. I had the pleasure of working with her before I moved to Florida. We jokingly called her my work Angie as my wife has the same name. She was sure to make me a spaghetti bake so we didn’t have to cook while we packed. She will be missed. Thoughts and prayers go out to all of her family and friends.
Angie and I were roomies while working at Venture together. We had such great times together. She will truly be missed by so many people. My thoughts and prayers go out to her boys and Willie.
Willie and family,
Very saddened to learn of Angie’s passing. Remember her one of a kind laugh. Always a ‘hello’ whenever ran into her. Thoughts for the entire family.
Tony and Barb Ganote
I’m so very sorry to hear this…prayers for comfort and strength for you all.
Our condolences to Willie, boys, and family. Angie was truly loved and will be missed.
Angie and I began our friendship while working at the Venture Store many years ago. She was bright, funny and had such a great personality and laugh, one that a person couldn’t forget. In general, Angie was just a all around good person. My heart breaks for Willie, Jake and Josh, the three guys in her life that she loved with all she had. My thoughts and prayers go out to them , as well, as the rest of her family.
I’m at a loss for words! Just know I have watched you and
Angie grow up, date, fall in love, marry and have two precious boys! It just breaks my heart for the boys and you to be going through this heartbreak! From watching Jodi go through this, all I can say is this. Willy try to find comfort in your boys and the memories you had with Angie. Talk about her and don’t worry about what anyone else thinks! Just do what ever helps you! I’ll be praying for you all!♥️♥️
Willie, I was sad to hear about Angie. My deepest sympathies to you and your boys. Angie had the most beautiful smile. I am praying you find peace in the memories you shared.
My Angie my sister I never knew how much losing you would hurt but it does. I can’t believe you are not here I always thought you would be. You were the sister that was always there for me and was always honest when I needed to hear it. This world seems a little dimmer now without you here. Love to Willie. Jake and Josh oh how lucky they were. Love you little Sis.
Angie was a few years younger than me in high school yet we were friends because hey…it’s Maysville…everyone’s friends!! I was always so envious of her figure…hey it was high school!! Lol. She was fun and nice and I’m proud to have known her growing up. Prayers for peace to Willie and her boys and all who loved her. Marisa (Hecker) Ellison