( October 5, 1939 – October 29, 2014 )
Pete was passionate about vegetable and flower gardening, growing grapes on his ranch on the Western Slope, and wine-making in his cellar. He was a master in his workshop, a happy place filled with old tools and new projects. It seemed he could make or fix anything.
He ran the Bolder Boulder for years with the same pair of antique sneakers. Pete fed the multitudes every Labor Day Weekend, serving punch from an old nose cone and roasting a whole pig at his Snuff-Out Ball.
Pete is survived by his wife of 42 years, Patricia Quaal Angell, his sons Chance Angell and Calvin Angell, his daughter Christina Angell, and their spouses Amalia Diaz, Melodie Foellmi and Bill Oliver, respectively. Pete had one granddaughter, Cheyenne Oliver. Pete’s brother, Raymond Angell, Jr., survives him, as well.
He is also survived by many friends and other family members whose lives were made immeasurably richer by the enthusiastic generosity of his spirit. Pete was always there for people, with gifts of his time and his talents that only he could offer.
Respecting Pete’s wishes, no formal service will be held.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to TRU Hospice Care, 1855 Plaza Drive, Louisville, CO 80027, or Emergency Family Assistance Association, 1575 Yarmouth Avenue, Boulder, CO 80304. Please share your thoughts, memories and condolences at https://peteskis.com.