Dr. Angelia Moore Flanagan, 55, departed this earthly life on Friday January 1, 2021.
"Why don't you be a doctor?" The question posed by her older sister propelled Dr. Angelia Moore Flanagan into Family Practice and a life dedicated to the care of others. A self-described "flexible doctor", she respected everyone. Dr. Angelia took the time to learn about her patients' families, interests and blessings.
Angelia enjoyed painting, drawing and watching episodes of HER favorite doctor, Dr. Who. Dr. Flanagan encouraged others to try new things, saying "Hey, you never know".
Dr. Flanagan loved music. She performed in the Pinecrest High School Band (Southern Pines, NC) and took to the field as a member of the UNC Tarheel Marching Band. Angelia elevated her voice to God with the St. Ambrose Episcopal Church Choir.
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dr. Flanagan is a faithful Soror of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Angelia was most proud to be the mother of her son Everett Flanagan, with whom she shared many unforgettable moments of love and laughter. She also leaves behind Everett's father Mr. Hugh Flanagan; siblings Mrs. Mercedes Perez (Edwin), Mr. Aubrey Moore (Donna) and Mr. Andre Moore (Anna); nieces Renee Moore and Janeen Moore; nephews Jarrid Jones, Essan Flanagan, Damani Hutchinson, Aren Flanagan and Tony Flanagan; great nieces Malia Middleton and Jamia Bulter; cousin Ms. Lisa Thomas. Dr. Flanagan will be missed by her extended family (especially Mrs. Thelma Flanagan, Anthony, Tiffany, Paul, Yeshimabet and Stephanie), St. Ambrosian family, countless friends and thousands of patients. Members of the Foxy Four and the Stormy Weather Line (KO - Spring 87) hold special memories of Angelia in their hearts, as do devoted friends of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben & Pamela Schooler and Mr. & Mrs. Ronald and Michelle Futrell.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Flanagan will be remembered in a private service. In honor of Dr. Flanagan the family requests that blood donations be made to the American Red Cross.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that you donate to The St. Ambrose Raleigh Children's Choir or the Autism Society of NC.
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