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Angela Elizabeth (Brissette) Elliott
November 11, 1987 ~ September 2, 2023 (age 35) 35 Years Old
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Angela Elizabeth Elliott “Angie”, age 35, born November 11, 1987, at Monadnock Community Hospital Peterborough NH, was promoted to glory to her forever home with Jesus on Saturday September 2, 2023 in Henniker NH due to a long hard battle with mental illness & addiction.
Angie fought hard to get her life back on track and be the best version of herself. With the love and guidance of her whole family she was able to have her own place to live, work again and be a mom with much guidance. The loves of her life were her four children Alida Mae 15, Amaya 9, Ally 5, and Angelo 3. Angie was a passionate joyful person who loved her family and friends wholeheartedly. If you knew her, you knew that her laughter lit up any room she was in. She really knew how to have fun. She worked very hard to get her LNA license, working in the field on and off in between having her 4 children. Angie loved to vacation with her mom, sister, and daughters. With experiencing both mental illness and addiction, life was often very difficult and strenuous, but she never gave up and neither did her family.
When Angie was a youngster, she spent lots of time with her Aunt Pam, Meme & Pepe among many other family members. In her teen years, you could find her with her cousins, Sarah, Angel, and Shawna, sneaking out of the house for innocent fun. Angie had two loving older brothers Billy & David. Billy encouraged Angie and tried to help guide her always. She was a proud sister, proud of David for serving our country. Angie had younger twin siblings Carly and Matt that she treated like her own. Watching her twin siblings grow up, she often found great happiness in sharing special moments watching them grow. Angie found excitement cheering for her dad and brothers at the racetrack. For years she was their #1 fan. Angie loved to hang out with her cousins; she had built-in friends for life. Wanda Merchant was like a sister to Angie. They often found themselves singing and dancing together.
Most recently, Angie loved to FaceTime or call and talk to each of her family members on the phone. She loved talking and keeping everyone up to speed on what the day had in store. To know her was to love her.
Having also been a victim of domestic abuse, she would want anyone who is dealing with domestic abuse to please reach out; there is help.
Angie was the daughter of Theresa (Brissette) Kimball and her dad, who raised her as his own since the age of six, William Kimball Jr. of Bennington; her father William Elliott, II and his wife Ellen Elliott of Tennessee.
She is survived by her children Alida, Amaya, Alexandra, and Angelo all of Bennington; her siblings William Elliott, III and his wife Ayla of Brattleboro, VT, David Elliott of Hillsboro, Carly Kimball and her significant other Sean Grady of Francestown, Matt Kimball and his significant other Mackenzie Corrigan of Bennington; her grandparents, Jeannette Brissette (Meme) of West Deering, William Kimball Sr, (Grampa) and Julie Kimball of Bennington, and Charles Elliott of Antrim. She will also be missed by many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
She is predeceased by her maternal grandfather Neal Robert Brissette, paternal grandmother Mabel Florance Kimball, paternal grandmother Shirley Elliott, uncle Neal Robert Brissette Jr, uncle Christopher Neal Brissette, cousins Christopher Neal Brissette II, Brent James Smith, and Allen Elliott III.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Chucky’s Fight, a charity dedicated to fighting substance abuse.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Divine Mercy Parish, 12 Church Street, Peterborough NH on Saturday, October 14th at 10:00am. Burial will follow in the family plot at Saint Charles Cemetery in Hillsborough, NH. All are invited to a gathering at her parent’s home immediately after in Bennington, NH.
For those attending the services please wear purple in observance of drug overdose prevention.