Angela Prichard Death, Obituary – On Saturday, October 8, 2022, Angela (Odefey) Prichard, 55, was snatched from her friends and family. At the Egelhof, Siegert, and Casper Funeral Home and Crematory, 2659 Kennedy Road, there will be a visitation on Friday from 3 to 7 pm and a funeral service at 7 pm. Angela, the daughter of William and Barbara (Hentges) Odefey, was born on April 14, 1967, in Dubuque. She was a Dubuque Hempstead High School alumna.
Mishka, Indy, Zakari, Timber, and Charlie were five of Angie’s five huskies, which she adored. She ran the Mississippi Ridge Boarding Kennels and gave each animal the same loving care as if it were her own. Her sons and grandchildren were everything to her. We will always laugh as we think back to her choker necklaces, ice-cold Busch light Yeti, and 20-year-old hairstyle. She was the best mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend anyone could wish for. She also had the biggest heart. She was snatched from us before we could say goodbye, and we will love and mourn her forever.
In addition to her two surviving sons, Josh (Tina) Close of Dubuque and Colton (Brittany) Hancock of Dubuque, she is also survived by six grandchildren: Milaya, Micah, and Mirella; as well as Maverick, Kinsleigh, and Kendra, plus a new baby. Her four siblings, Wendy (Jim) Budde of Bellevue, Lisa Klein of Dubuque, Amy (Jay) Remy of Dubuque, and Scott (Julie) Odefey of Menoinee Falls, Wisconsin, are also left to cherish her memory. She is also survived by her father, William Odefey of Dubuque. Her mother Barbara Odefey, a niece named Leslie, and her dog Zoe predeceased her.
Tributes to Angela Prichard
As a result of the announcement of Angela Prichard’s passing being made public, friends, family, and other people who were close to Angela Prichard are going through a period of intense grief. I don’t believe that life should be viewed as something terrifying. In my opinion, it’s very similar to getting a soothing massage after a long day at the office. In the end, you will have to pick yourself up and head back to work at some point. To sum it all up, that pretty much sums up life, death, and the economy.