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Likes: all vegetables, noodles, Asian food, peanut butter
Dislikes: some fish, swiss cheese
Snacks: pretzels, popcorn, nachos, bananas
Beverages: lemonade-no ice; black tea-sugar, cream; does not like soda
Angie was born in the Philippines and moved to California with her parents and two sisters when she was eleven. She graduated from the University of California Berkeley with a degree in Political Science. She worked in California politics for thirty years, specializing in immigration reform. She met her husband, Lee, in a Psychology class her Freshman year. She called him his “knight in shining armor”. They were married for sixty-two years. He passed in 2015. Angies daughter and son live in the Phoenix area. They are a close knit family and enjoyed traveling United States historical sites each summer. She also enjoyed sailing and spent each summer enjoying the coastline of California and Mexico. Angie was an avid reader of non-fiction and was fascinated by anthropology and history. She studied World War II and the politics surrounding it for many years.