Angela (Stott) Schott passed away peacefully on the evening of July 13, 2022, surrounded by her family and friends. Angela was born March 12, 1974 in Chico, CA to Dennis and Anita (Britton) Stott and was the 2nd oldest of 7 children.
Angela spent her early childhood in Duchesne, Utah until the family moved to Reno, NV where Angela graduated from Wooster High School. Angela then attended Rick’s College in Idaho to earn a degree in Textiles which she used for her business as a wedding dress seamstress. She also worked in Interior Design, which she earned a degree for in 2002 from LDS Business College. Angela was a very gifted seamstress and in addition to making numerous beautiful wedding dresses, she made or altered numerous items throughout her life for others. Angela married her spouse, Shea Schott, on December 22nd, 1999. They enjoyed a very industrious and adventurous time throughout their marriage. They purchased their first home in 2003 and have spent every year since continually renovating it to make it the home they desired for themselves and their 4 children. They also have been very lucky to have made numerous close friends with whom a variety of adventurous outings and vacations were enjoyed to all parts of the world. Many of the greatest memories with Angela were made during these travels.
Angela is survived by 4 children- Britton (19), Matia (16), Skye (13), and Rowyn (9) whom she adored and to whom she devoted the great majority of her time and energy. Angela bequeathed to each of them a portion of her numerous talents in art, style and design, as well as her remarkable attributes of kindness, warmth, a generous sense of humor, compassion and selflessness. Angela was greatly appreciated by her children’s schools, her friends and family, and many in her community for selflessly giving of her time in many endeavors. She was always generous with the skills she was blessed with. Angela was always regarded for her sense of style and for her always affable demeanor with others. One could not help but feel comfortable and welcomed around her. She had such a beautiful laugh and smile and everyone always complimented her on her beautiful bright blue eyes. We have physically lost her presence but will have a wealth of spiritual and emotional gifts from her for eternity. Angela was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in March of this year. She fought with incredible courage and resilience through so much out of her deep desire to stay with Shea, their kids and her cherished family and friends. She showed her incredible strength and love through not just this trial, but through her entire precious life.
Angela is survived by her spouse, Shea, her children, her parents, and her siblings Colby, Amber (Dan), Tyler (Meghan), Ian (Lexi), and Krista (Rene). Preceded in death by her brother, Noel, and niece, Abby Stott.
A memorial service will be held for Angela on Saturday, Sept 3rd, 2022 at 10:00 am at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East Dimple Dell Rd (10600 S.), Sandy, Utah. Funeral Services will be streamed on Zoom. Please check back as we get closer to services for the link.
Shea, I'm so sad to hear of your loss. You and your wife have a beautiful family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers,
What a beautiful tribute. You created a lifetime of memories. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.
I am so very sorry for your loss. I want you to know that you and your family are in my thoughts.
Shea, this is a beautiful tribute to your wife. I hope you and your children feel surrounded by so much love. Praying for you and yours at this tender time.
“Only people who are capable of loving strongly can also suffer great sorrow, but this same necessity of loving serves to counteract their grief and heals them.”
What a touching tribute. What great memories you have, may you treasure them always.
Angela or Angel (as we called her when I first met her) was my roommate back in 1995 when I married her cousin Matia. We had an extra room and she needed a place to live and we couldn’t have found a better person to share a house with! So many great memories, she made me my favorite pants, crushed purple velvet pants that I still cherish, she made Matia’s wedding dress and we made so many great memories. Later she adopted Fuddy our bulldog who I am sure welcomed her in the next life. She is an artist, friend, mother, daughter, sister, cousin, one of a kind soul and had a smile and laugh that will never be forgotten. You are missed and loved.
Angela has left us with such joy when we think of her. Such a warm and loving person. Although we did not share time in resent years, she will always be in our hearts . Memories never fade . All you need do is bring her to mind , and a smile appears. Thank you for being in or lives here on earth for the time you were. Love you Angela always.
Angela’s obituary is beautiful. The pictures are priceless. She will be the best guardian “angel” for her children. She will be greatly missed by her sweet family. My love to all.