Joseph W. Angie

  • Died: January 3, 2021
  • Location: ROCKLAND, Massachusetts

Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home

135 Union Street
Rockland, MA 02370

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Tel. (781) 878-1775

Tribute & Message From The Family


Joseph W Angie of Rockland, passed away on January 3, 2021 surrounded by his family. He was born in Brockton on November 26, 1947 to William A and Mildred (Martin) Angie, he was raised in Rockland were he excelled at sports. Joe received many awards during his football career at Rockland High as well as playing football for the USMC. Joe graduated and enrolled in the Marine Corps, where he served two tours in Vietnam. There were few more proud to be a United States Marine than Joe. Anyone who knew Joe knew football, family, and the Corps had his heart and soul.
Preceeded to death by his parents, he was greeted at the gates of Heaven by his sisters Beverly F Parker and Brenda Corvi, his nephew Paul J Sullivan Jr, niece Michele J Parrelli and many comrades that Joe never forgot. He is survived by his son Brad Knoblauch and his wife Suzi of Minnesota, niece Lisa Suarez and Chris Dunphy of Rockland and will be lovingly remembered by his grandchildren Eric, Logan and Kaedan and great grandson Daniel all of Minnesota, great nieces Madison Mahoney, Ella Suarez, great nephew Ethan Suarez, Tom and Denise Walker of AZ, Tommy Jones, Stephen MacDonald and many friends and family members.

The family invites everyone to pay tribute to an American hero on Wednesday January 6, 2021 when Joe will be driven through town for his "last ride" making sure to pass the War Memorial, football stadium, and Veterans Memorial. Joe's ride of honor will begin at The Rockland VFW at 1:00 PM. The family asks that to give Joe the send-off he deserves, please come out and hold an American Flag with pride because Joe was so proud of his country. There will be a get-together following the tribute at the Rockland VFW.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Rockland VFW.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I miss you so much, Uncle. For some reason it's all hitting me now. I love you...

Posted by Lisa Corvi - Family   February 24, 2021

Uncle... I have been missing you terribly these last few days now that my life has calmed down. My heart hurts, Joe and I didn't think it would hurt this bad. You are all gone now... please give everyone a hug, know I did all I could for each of you and now you all need to watch over these kids.. especially Ethan right now. I love and miss you so very much, Uncle

Posted by Lisa Corvi Suarez - Rockland - Family   February 15, 2021

"A brave soul you are Joe. Rest peacefully"

Posted by Leslie McCarthy - Acton, MA - Friend   January 12, 2021

Your Tour of Duty is Over. Semper Fi, Marine.

Posted by Robert Keane - Sagamore, MA - Acquaintance   January 08, 2021

Rest in the sweetest of peace uncle Joe. What a blessing it was to have known you and become family. Thank you for your years of service and dedication to this country, Joseph Angie is the name of a true hero. God rest your soul, you will be greatly missed!!

Posted by Debbie Sheehan - Rockland, MA - Family Friend   January 07, 2021

Joe i know know no one will fly Higher!! Rest in peace Thank you always for your service!! U.S.M.C fly HIGH

Posted by Alan MacDonald - Rockland, MA - Friend   January 06, 2021

I salute you Joe...Thank you for your service! May you Rest in Peace...

Posted by Jeff Monfils - Dallas, TX   January 06, 2021

You will be missed Joe, RIP

Posted by Kenneth Westberg - Deerfield Beach, FL - Family Friend   January 06, 2021

Lisa and Brad, I am glad Joe can now rest in peace. He fought tough for too long. Very thankful Tom was with him until he passed away. Our lives are changed forever. The gruff and tough Angie with that soft heart. we're so blessed to have him as part of our family. We love you guys and you will part of our family forever xox

Posted by Denise Walker - Bcc, AZ - Family Friend   January 05, 2021

So sorry that we are in Florida and will not be able to attend Joe's service and burial. Joe was my cousin. He had a heart that was as big as Rockland. I was a cheerleader when he starred on the football team. I have fond memories of that time we had together. Joe did not have always have an easy life. But somehow inside he remained a very sweet soul. I will choose to remember him coming off of the football field with a huge smile after another victory for RHS.

Posted by Pamela Delaney - Vero Beach, FL - Family   January 05, 2021

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Thank you for all you did for our country,your a hero,you will be missed,Rest uncle,

Posted by Debra Sheehan - Rockland, MA - Family Friend   January 05, 2021

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I Love you Uncle Joe. Rest Easy xoxo

Posted by Maddy - Rockland, MA - Family   January 05, 2021


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