Angela, meaning HEAVENLY MESSENGER We, family, friends and all that knew her have all been blessed to have shared time and space with such a beautiful kind and loving soul in the form of Angela Marie Berry (Bellinger). Never has anyone given so much of themselves and ask for so little. Those who knew her remember her as a selfless woman of strong faith with a will and a desire to live for the Lord. “Life isn’t worth living if you haven’t touched at least one person.” words Angela lived by. Her legacy will not only live on through her daughter Marisa and husband Charles but through the lives she touched directly and indirectly through her ministry of caring for people and restoring their faith in themselves, God and humanity. Angela’s greatest gift was her love for helping people Angie worked for Child Protective Services, she liked what she did but said she wanted to do more, she wanted to do something that would change lives. She found her life’s career job at SAMMinistries. It’s what she cared about, even when she recently resigned from her job, she let them know she would be back to work on a volunteer basis because as she used to say, “I have to take care of my families.” God used her to bless so many people by her works or just by her presence and beautiful smile. Anything you ask of her she would do and do it in a grand fashion and with so much love. Ask anybody about her greens with extra ham hocks that she would put in for Michael or for the beans that she would love to cook for Pastor Martin It wasn’t just skill that made everything she cook taste good but it was the love she put in everything she did. The only thing she loved more was her family, her only child Marisa, and the love of her life, her husband of 29 years Chuckie, (as she would say). As a wife she was at every game and any event she could attend, always in the stands cheering the loudest, she made sure her family had breakfast in the morning and a full dinner in the evening, she loved preparing great meals for her family, this gave her great joy. Whether it was traveling to Austin for Calvin’s basketball games or going to see Abbie at Prairie view, or making Garmon and I yellow birthday cakes with chocolate frosting was something she did from time to time because that’s the cakes our mother use to make for us. She made us all feel special. Angie was a 3rd generation member of True Holiness Pentecostal Church where just like everything else in her life served faithfully as Bible Conference Chairman, Sunday School and Choir President but as a choir member no one could sing: Work It Out, Weeping May Endure For A Night, or Sweeping Through the City better than Angie. In high school Angie was a member of JROTC and the Cheroketts but when Pastor Bishop Wauls said “let the young people get involved, maybe it’ll help them saved” that’s exactly what she did. Angie started working for the Lord and never turned back. Our Angie loved the Lord, she loved serving the Lord and his people. People would always tell my sister, “when are you going to walk in your calling?” Angie walked in her calling every day, not with just words but in deeds, she loved helping God’s people, all God’s people. If you knew Angie, she wasn’t concerned with titles and being in the front, she was humble and didn’t care who knew what she did so long as the Lord was pleased. It was this faith and the love of the Lord that carried her through so many health challenges. She went through with a smile never complaining, never questioning even when we as a family questioned. Angie would always tell us, “this is the will of God concerning me.” Even while in the hospital the surgeons and medical staff would say how she uplifted them with her faith and spirit which they felt all in her room. When a prognosis was given, she said, “time is irrelevant to me, I could’ve been gone but if he takes me, I’m in a good place and I'm okay with it, it may be hard for my family to hear but I'm okay..” Angie spent her last weeks doing everything she loved to do, going with me to get our eyebrows done, picking up Chuck’s favorite steak dinner, going to church seeing family and loving on her daughter. God knew in his infinite wisdom what laid ahead and loved her too much to put her through anymore trials. She passed all her test, passed her final exam and graduated to glory. We will shed selfish tears because we will miss her love and warmth of her spirit and her awesome sense of humor and laughter, I will miss talking to her at least 4 times a day and our corny jokes, oh God how we would laugh all by ourselves. We will miss Angie but spiritually we are resolved knowing she made her peace calling and election sure. Angela Marie Berry was born September 13, 1966. She was the middle of three children born to Charles Anthony and Minnie Lee Bellinger. Angie was a graduate of The Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Angela’s parents Charles and Minnie Bellinger preceded her in death. Angela leaves to cherish her memory, her husband of 29 years Charles S. Berry, her only child Marisa Montgomery, siblings Garmon G. Bellinger, and Josette Bellinger-Ivory (Michael) She will be greatly missed by her nephew Calvin A. McGhee, great niece Alaiya McGhee, niece Abbie Bellinger and Mykala Bellinger, employer SAMMinistries, cousins, relatives and all friends.

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  1. Heaven has truly gained an angel 🙏 Angie devoted her life to christ, her husband and her beautiful daughter. Her warm hugs and smiles will be missed. She completed her assignment and answered when her heavenly father called her name. I am grateful to have known her for 18 years. Take your rest Angie. I know your wings are beautiful.

  2. Angela had a gentle soul. She was a beautiful person inside and out. Anyone who met her or knew her are better people for knowing her. ♥️♥️

  3. I met Angie when I went to work at CPM in 1997. She was the most loving and kind woman. Karen mentioned the most beautiful memory of when we sang a Christmas song for our Doctors. Angie organized all this. The Doctors were so surprised and loved it. Wish someone knew what happened to the cassette tape of it. We sounded awesome thanks to Angie. Now my friend you suffer no more and sing to our Lord. Rest in peace Angie.

  4. To the family my condolence. Brother Barry you and your family are in my prayers. From the Freeman family🙏

  5. I’m so sad about this Angie I was a few years older than you do I never had a chance to hang out with you due to my circumstances. But the days I was around you you’ve always cared a spirit of peace , love and a smile of an Angel. Your spirit and smile would let me know that whatever I was going through it would be ok. I know we’re not supposed to Question God but I ask God why her I don’t understand stand , but God takes those that he knows are read to dance with his Angels opening up the gates of heaven to those that served him and you did just that never letting the devil break you even in a lost for strength continuing to serve God in spirit. I’ ll mis you Angie. Now you can go home to dance with auntie Minie , uncle Charles and that are waiting on you . The Angels of God are waiting. 🙏

  6. I will always remember her smile no matter what she was feeling. I will always hear her praying in the Holy Ghost as she was a powerful prayer warrior that prayed with us on the prayer line very often I will always remember the breakfast she and Maurissa prepared for me and insisted that I come to her home when she knew I was coming to San Antonio to enjoy a home cooked breakfast instead of going out. I will miss you dearly and I am so grateful our lives crossed. I believe you heard the Lord say well done my good and faithful servant! Your labor of love will never be forgotten by so many Angie receive your reward! Family you are in my prayers.

  7. My family and I appreciated and loved Angie very much as a sister and an aunt. She filled our family with her love, laughter and wisdom. We will miss and think of her always. Our deepest sympathy to the family. Mrs Frank Williams Jr. and family.

  8. May God comfort your hearts and minds and receive his joy that, in the morning may God bless you and keep you amen Charles and Janice Simms

  9. What a beautiful soul. She was sent to remind us. How great God is. Thank you God for Angela! We will see you soon! Love, Angela Alderete

  10. Angela was my cousin’s wife l only met her a few times but what stood out the most was her beautiful smile and angelic spirit! Cousin Chuckie l know you and your family will miss her but she left a beautiful legacy one to cherish forever. May God give you and the family peace and comfort your cousin Deborah Ann Hill

  11. I meet Angela Berry during my externship for CPM. Angie was a person you would never forget. She had a voice if an Angel, a smile that would light up any room and a beautiful Godly spirit. Rest in peace my love……Alice Griffin

  12. Please accept my condolences for your loss of Angie. What a beautiful tribute Jossette gave her. I was so saddened by this news. We worked together at CPM several years ago where I was blessed to have known Angie. Many feelings and words come to mind when I think of her…smart, kind, understanding, loving, caring, gentle, fun, spiritual and always smiling. No one would ever know of her health issues because she did not let it keep her from living life to its fullest. She bragged about Marissa all the time. Everyone who knew her felt her love of the Lord. She was a wonderful person and Heaven surely gained an Angel❣️Fly high Angie!

  13. I knew Angie from our high school days. I came to know her and her family at a more personal level having worked for her Father, Charles for three years with Bellinger’s Moving Service. I will always remember her outgoing personality and that beautiful smile. To know Angie was to love her. God has called her home because He loved her first and loved her best.

  14. The memory of Angie in which I would like to share . Every time we came to visit True Holiness Angie and Josette there to. Warmly welcome back to the church . She always had a smile on her face and she never met a stranger. She had amazing voice and a great sense of humor. Angie, will be greatly missed. As forJosette and Garmon , I’m send up special prayers for strength during this time of sorrow .

  15. I had the opportunity to meet Angie, while visiting Charles’s, Parents for a few weeks, last year. He was so Nice and Sweet. This particular Sunday, we all went out to Dinner. I took this Photo of two people so much in Love. Chuckle and Marissa so sorry for you Loss. Love you Janice Samilton Columbus, Georgia

  16. I am so saddened by this. She was so nice and a great sense of humor. Always smiling and nice to me. My Condolences to her Family and Friends.

  17. My whole childhood is filled with beautiful memories of her it’s certainly hard to pick one. My favorite ones are when Marisa, Abbie and I would make up dance moves to destiny’s child or Kirk Franklin and we would put on a whole show for her and nana. She always always hyped us up even gave us so pointers on moves! She always was uplifting and encouraging. She helped me believe I was so pretty and perfect just the way I was. She was in fact the most beautiful person and perfect the way she was. She always treated me like I was her very own daughter. Thank you Marisa for sharing your mom with me and some many others all these years! I love you mama forever and always thank you for speaking life into me thank you loving my brother and I! I love you all of you so very much thank you for being such welcoming and loving people to us all!

  18. I met Angie my freshman year at SWT many years ago through Josette. She was fun to be around and what I remember the most is that smile. She was beautiful person inside and out. Angie will truly be missed by her family and friends. Josette, praying for you and your family. 🙏🏾

  19. To my Family I was certainly at a loss for words when I received the news of Angie’s passing. I will miss that huge smile,to Chuck and Marissa I’m praying for you and the entire family during this time. I Love ❤️ y’all andBe Encouraged

  20. I will always cherish the moments during the 1990’s when Bishop Robert A Wauls would bring me to True Holiness Church in San Antonio, TX. To preach weekly revivals and the Bellinger Family would ALWAYS support me every night. Angela would lead and direct songs with the mass choir and we would rock all night, every night. Angela you will be missed. Prayers are with the family.

  21. Our sincerest condolences during this period of transition. May God grant you peace while you celebrate the memories forever. The Clarkson Family.

  22. Our deepest condolences for your loss. We will keep you lifted up in our prayers. Much love from the Darden Family.

  23. My heart is 💔. An AMAZING wife, mother, sister, friend, confidant, prayer partner,, etc.. I lose my breathe every time I have tried to say something. Jo, Marisa and Chuck just know I am lifting you all in prayer. Just trying to breathe…

  24. I’ve been speechless since I heard that my Sweet Angie went to be with the Lord. She was and continues to be the epitome of Godly woman who enjoyed life, loved her family, Chuck and Marisa and Josette were her world, and took the time to love and invest in others! I’ll never forget all she invested in me. I learned soooo much from her Her impact will be felt for generations. There is no doubt that she made it where were all trying to go. Her residence has changed to Heaven. Rest on, Sweet BEAUTIFUL Angie!!!! I love you forever.

  25. My sincere condolences on your loss. She lived life to the fullest and left many wonderful memories in all of our life.

  26. Words cannot express my love for my oldest niece, Angela. During a recent visit we talked about our lives. She told me she always wanted to follow in my footsteps. The truth is I have wanted to be more like her. She had so much more boldness in her spiritual walk. She was a true warrior. Although she faced many health issues, she never let that stop her in sharing, helping, loving and of course, laughing. I can only imagine the shouting and the celebrations going on in heaven when she arrived. My niece is home now with Minnie, Charles, Mommy and her Uncle. Kiss my baby J for me. Love is forever ❤

  27. My Sincere Condolences to Min. Berry, Marisa, all of the family. May Jesus hold you up with His Mighty Strength and Power. May your hearts be comforted with the peace of Jesus Christ, in our continual prayers for all of you and time to come. Sis. Barry was a Pillar in The Body of Christ. The Great Anointing upon her life was magniflable. Her gifts were a Blessing to us all. A Tremendous Solider that kept the Faith. Less than a year ago, had seen The Glory of The Lord upon her and shared, what The Lord Blessed me to see with her after Service. She had told me she was and had been fasting, having a Great Time with Jesus, Joy Bells were ringing in her soul. She was Holding The Line with her Faith. That being my last conversation with her, has and will remain a Glorious Testimony in The Holy Ghost a Genuine Treasure in the Host of Testimonies. Sis. Berry didn’t need a organ, piano, drums or any instruments. With a great sum of them, they were all in her when she Gave God The Praise and Sang unto The Lord! She is so beloved and a very beautiful Saint inside and out. She will be forever missed.. I love her so and Praise The Lord Jesus Christ Sis. Angela Marie Barry was part of my life. Have many great memories and hold them dear to my heart. Tambra M. Pavlas

  28. She’s beautiful she’s fierce and she was a warrior have to sing all that there’s nothing more to say except I love you and I’ll see you at the great reunions can my love to Mom and Nana

  29. As I would say my wife who I loved from the day we met she told me she love me every day and most of all we prayed an anointed each other before we walked out the door everyday I miss you I will always love you rest my beautiful sweet queen.

  30. Ralph A. Henry My deepest sympathies go out to the Berry family! From their San Antonio Supported Living Family!

  31. Angie was one of the most genuine people I know. I always enjoyed fellowshipping with True Holiness from the time I was a little boy at Faith Temple until now. She was the same every time you saw her. She never complained. She will be missed.

  32. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I worked with Angela at the San Antonio State School. She was a beautiful person with a kind spirit. God bless you and the Berry family. Tesselene Kuykendall

  33. I first met the beautiful Bellinger family at St. Gerard School. Angie always had a pleasant smile. And an amazing sense of humor. She will be immensely missed. Sending love, light and peace to Josette, Gorman and the entire Bellinger family.

  34. I will most definitely miss her beautiful smile and that awesome singing voice. May the Lord comfort the family and give them a peace that passes all understanding.

  35. My condolences to the family. Sis. Angela was a powerful WOG! She was faithful unto the end. There was a storm on its way to Houston and my family escaped to San Antonio where Elder Berry, Angie and Marisa welcomed us into their home. Angie cooked breakfast for us and made us feel extremely welcome. She will be greatly missed. Josette hang in there. Praying for the family.🙏🙏🙏❤

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