Angela Neyman, 51, formerly of the Chester area

Angela “Angie” Beth Neyman of Rutland peacefully joined her parents Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020.

Angie was born at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital on July 25, 1969, the daughter of Bernice Orchitt and Stewart Haselton. Angie lived in the Chester area and graduated Green Mountain Union High School in 1988.

After high school, she spent the next 17 years married to Bob Stanton, who she remained close friends with all of her life. On May 2, 2006, Angie gave birth to her miracle baby, Natelie Grace.

Soon after, she met the love of her life, Keith Neyman. At this time, she was also blessed with two more amazing children, Hanna and Allen. Keith and Angie were married on Sept. 18, 2010 and just celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary.

Angie was employed by her close friend, Bill Carboy, as a dedicated executive assistant at Carboy Adjusting. Not only did Angie love her job, she also enjoyed sunny days by the pool on her deck and trips to the beach. A huge passion of hers was shopping, but not for herself, always for others. She loved Christmas and the traditions she created for her family, which included Christmas-themed pajamas and a new ornament for her kids every year.

Angie enjoyed her daily walks with her friend Jo, and her afternoon cruises with Keith in the Corvette or Jeep. But most of all her greatest joy in life was being home with the love of her life and their three beautiful children.

Angie is survived by her soul mate Keith Neyman; daughter Hanna Neyman and Hanna’s fiancé Austin Gonzales, who she always considered one of her own; her son Allen and her baby girl Natelie Neyman.

She is also survived by her brothers Chris Haselton, Eric “Wowie” Schubert and Mikey Schubert and his wife Brittany as well as many nephews who she loved dearly. Angie is also survived by countless friends who could recognize her contagious laugh in a crowed room or from miles away. Missing her dearly will be her fur babies and grand fur babies, Annabelle, Louie, Luna, Buddha, Louden and Bristol.

Angie was predeceased by her mama Bernice, her daddy Stewart, and her father-in-law Ken Rhodes “Dad.”

Angie would want all of her loved ones to carry on her legacy of positivity, kindness, compassion and to love each other endlessly. Remember her smile and smile for her.

We ask friends and family to celebrate Angie’s life with us at the Neyman residence on Oct. 24, 2020 throughout the day beginning at noon. In lieu of flowers, please bring a dish to share.

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  1. Jane Howald says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Angie’s passing. She had a heart of gold and was always positive and smiling. I so enjoyed working with her. My heart and prayers go out to the family, I’m sure she will be truly missed! Gone too soon

  2. Judith Stebel says:

    I am so deeply sorry to learn that dearest, sweetest, bestest Angie has left us. My sincere sympathy to all of the family. RIP my dear friend.

  3. Raemarie says:

    My sincerest condolences to all her family and friends. My prayers are going out to them all.