Caryle Anger

Caryle Anne Anger (nee Pace) of Delmer, Ontario, passed peacefully surrounded by loved ones at the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Friday April 28, 2023.
Caryle was born in London, Ontario on February 11, 1944. On July 21st, 1962, Caryle married the love of her life Larry Anger, and shared 60 wonderful years building a family that was her one true love and legacy in this world. Family was the center of her universe and she cherished every opportunity to hold a newborn child, grandchild, and great grandchild.
Loved wife of Larry Anger. Caryle is survived by her children Michele Slattery and her partner Robert Koprich, David Anger and his wife Cheryl, Jennifer Anger-Jull and her husband Mike Jull, and Roberto Anger and his fiancé Sarah Cusworth. She was blessed with fourteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren whom she adored immensely.
Remembered by her brother John Pace and his wife Judy, and brother-in-law Don Anger and his wife Virginia.
She was predeceased by her parents Jack and Audrey Pace (London), her parents-in-law Merven Anger and his wife Marjorie (Delmer), her son Larry Anger Jr. and his wife Rhonda (Woodstock), and her son-in-law Tony Slattery (Tillsonburg).
The family will be celebrating Caryle’s life and love privately at a later date.
A special thanks to all of the doctors, nurses, and support staff at both the Tillsonburg Hospital and Caressant Care in Courtland that provided comfort and care in her final journey.
Wareing Cremation Services, 346 Simcoe St., Tillsonburg has been entrusted with Final Arrangements. Your messages of remembrance and condolence may be shared at here

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  • So sorry hearing of Carol,s passing, my condolences to you and your family.

    Jean Howey
  • My condolences to the family she was a lovely lady and a joy to work with. A former PSW🙏

    Margaret Manary
  • I was very sorry to hear of your loss. My sincere condolences to Larry and family during this difficult time.

    David Hillner
  • I remember Carol and her love of crafts.
    She and I spent a morning together arranging pumpkin centrepieces with fall flowers for a women’s event at TAC.
    She is enjoying now life with the Lord. No pain and whole.

    Joanne Young
  • Larry and family,
    I am so very sorry of the passing of your wife, mother and grandmother.
    I enjoyed taking care of Caryle and our little conversations we had at times.
    She will be missed.

    Mary Lou Ball
  • Caryle Anne was a very kind, loving person. I am so sorry for your loss.

    Sandra Byers
  • To Larry, Michelle, David, Jennifer, Roberto & their families,
    My, my, what to choose to say about Caryle. She was such an important & instrumental person in mine & my family’s lives. She showered so much love & care on my daughter, Ronnee, when she was an infant, and while Caryle was expecting David. I think she mostly sat & played with Ronnee when she was babysitting her for me after I had gone back to work – it was exactly what Ronnee needed, too. I am forever grateful for the wonderful care she gave to Ronnee. I don’t think I’ve ever run across anyone who enjoyed babies as much as Caryle did. I tried to return the favour to her by filling out the paperwork & writing the letter her & Larry needed to adopt Roberto. I ran into him & his fiance several months ago in the grocery store and was so pleased to see what a fine young man he has become. I have such wonderful memories of ALL of the Anger family – Sunday School picnics; Delmer Church Christmas concerts (I have pictures); Delmer Church turkey suppers; Michelle & Tony’s wedding; David & Cheryl’s community shower; the look of joy on Caryle’s face as she held a newborn Jennifer in her arms when I was there for a visit to see the newest arrival & give her a gift; & the love & tenderness with which Larry always looked after Caryle in her times of ill health – it was a thing of beauty to see (I’m sure there’s a special place in heaven for you, Larry). What a wonderful family you all were, and are. It saddens me deeply to know Caryle is gone. Please accept mine, and Wayne’s, Ronnee’s & Donna’s heartfelt condolences for your loss. With the warmest of wishes always, Wayne & Lynda Sykes & Ronnee & Donna

    Lynda Sykes
  • Condolences to all the family.Carol was a fine person. She will be missed.

    Richard Mclachlin
  • Michele,
    Our deepest sympathy & condolences to you & your family at this time.

    Brad & Heather Ward
  • I wanted to write and let you know that you and your family are in our thoughts right now. I realize that there are no words that I could write or say to make things better but be sure that we will always remember all the good times that we had together.

    Please accept our sincerest condolences on the loss of your loved Caryle.
    With our love, take care and please keep in touch Larry!

    Gaetan Croteau
  • So sorry to hear of your great loss, Larry and family.

    Caryle was such a sweet caring lady. Always enjoyed at the many visits to our home and greatly missed when unable to come. Carol and I always enjoyed her free spirit and views on many issues.
    Now the two are free of earthly toil and leave us with many great memory to cherish.

    Albert acre
  • We express our sincere condolences for the loss of Caryle she was a very caring loving person and always had time for a chat. Our thoughts are with you Larry, Dave & Cheryl and the entire family. Your lake friends,

    Julie & Peter Couwenberg
  • So very sorry to hear of Caryles passing. Her love of her family and children was well known. May all the great memories help you at this difficult time.

    Margaret Green
  • Sincere sympathies to all the family. Caryle’s love for young ones was clearly evident! We know she will be dearly missed. May you find comfort in many wonderful memories of the love she shared.

    Glenn & Cheryl Buchner

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