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Alexander M. "Sandy" Angus

July 13, 1941 - April 29, 2022

Alexander M. "Sandy" Angus

July 13, 1941 - April 29, 2022

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Obituary For Alexander M. "Sandy" Angus

Alexander M. “Sandy” Angus, 80, of Lynnfield, died Saturday at the Ledgewood Nursing Home in Beverly, surrounded by his loving family following a brief illness. He was the beloved husband of Janet A (Ireland) Angus with whom he shared over 53 years of marriage.

Born in Amesbury, he was the son of the late Alexander and Cora (Chreehan) Angus. He was a lifelong resident of Lynnfield and a graduate of Lynnfield High School.

Sandy was a veteran of the Vietnam War and served with the United States Navy Sub-Mariners until his honorable discharge.

Following his discharge from the US Navy, he began his 50-year career as the owner/operator of Good Luck Farms restaurant and was a Lieutenant on the Lynnfield Fire Department before retiring years ago.

Sandy enjoyed collecting antiques and was a fan of the old fire trucks. He was also a member of The United States Submarine Veterans, The Holland Club, The Antique Truck Club of America, and The Makasue Ski Club, among many others.

Besides his loving wife of 53 years, he is survived by his two daughters, Jody and son in law Robert Macullar of Lynn and Jennifer Angus and her partner Joseph Pegoraro of Lynnfield, his three grandchildren, Kristen Cave, Jennifer Cave, and Jarrod Macullar, and his great grandchild, Violet Prince. Also, by his sister Judith Ann Angus of Peabody.

Following cremation, his Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 11:00 AM at the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St, Peabody to which relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Burial will be in Puritan Lawn Memorial Park, Lake St, Peabody.

Expressions of sympathies can be made in his name to the American Diabetes Association, 200 Cochituate Rd # 201, Framingham, MA 01701.

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  • Dear Jan, Jody, Bob and Jennifer, My deepest sympathy and prayers to you all Sincerely, Andrea Maglio-Macullar

  • love you forever best friend. always janet

  • Dear Janet, family and friends of Sandy´s, On behalf of the United States Submarine Veterans, we offer our sincere condolences at Sandy´s passing. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We are always saddened whenever a fellow "Bubblehead" departs on Eternal Patrol. He served with honor on the USS Diablo SS-479 and USS Corporal SS-346. To our "Brother-of-the-Phin" we say, "Sailor, rest your oar. We have the watch. Fair Winds and Following Seas." Thank you for your service to our country. Janet and family... "may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times in every way. The Lord be with you." 2 Thessalonians 3:16 (ESV). Jim Sandman, FTC(SS) Ret, National Chaplain, USSVI.

  • I spent many years working with Sandy at Lynnfield fire. He was a great guy who shared his lifelong passion for the fire service with everyone he met. My condolences to his family.

  • Our sincere condolences in the the loss of your dad, brother and grandfather. Sandy employed 4 of us Titterington's for many years in the 1970's and was wonderful to us. May he rest in peace .

  • Our family absolutely love Good luck Farm and were there quite often. As a kid I remember chatting with Sandy about all the signs around the store. It was always a pleasure. Thank you for your service as a Lynnfield Firefighter. You've definitely left your mark in the world. Rest easy Sir.. Condolences to your family and friends.

  • Sandy was a friend through the antique truck hobby. He was a great guy, and very knowledgeable. I remember traveling with Sandy, and we always had a good time. He will be missed by so many people. I spoke with him recently, and he was upbeat despite his deteriorating condition. My condolences to his family. Dave Nichols

  • So sad to hear the loss of a good man friend and husband I had the honor of working with Sandy on the fire department for years .Condolences to his family in time of sorrow. He will be deeply missed by all and always in our hearts. Rest In Peace my friend

  • Sandy was a man who held many positions. A loving son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather. A veteran that served honorably, a businessman who gave back to the community, hiring the local youth each year. A fireman unselfishly serving his neighbors. But the most important position Sandy held is that of "Friend". I am saddened at his passing but thankful that I had the honor of knowing him and calling him friend.

  • I always enjoyed coming over to Good luck farms from my home next door. Sandy and Jen were always welcoming to us kids. We would come by to help where we could and chat. Look at the trucks, see the clown. When I got old enough Sandy gave me a job as well as my now husband and friends. We all enjoyed working there and learning many life lessons. Still one of my favorite jobs and my husband would say the same. Jennifer was like a big sister and Sandy while intimidating with his strong work ethic "If you have time to lean, you have time to clean", he always had a big smile and was so friendly. He was a great person and he will be missed by myself and my husband. My family sends deepest condolences to his family and friends. Rest in peace Sandy, you lived a beautiful life.

  • Love you so much Dad

  • Dear Janet, Jody, Jennifer and family, I am so sorry that Sandy has passed away. He was a very good friend; you have my deepest sympathy. Sandy will live on within me forever. Carl

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