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Angelo Ugo Pronsolino

June 15, 1922 — December 22, 2023

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Angelo Ugo Pronsolino

Angelo Ugo Pronsolino, a respected member of his community, passed away on December 22, 2023, in Ukiah. Born on June 15, 1922, in San Francisco, California, Angelo's life was filled with remarkable accomplishments and cherished moments.

After graduating from Anderson Valley High School, Angelo embarked on a career in the timber industry and later worked for Caltrans. His dedication and hard work were evident in every task he undertook. Angelo's commitment to his work was greatly admired by his colleagues and earned him the respect of all those who had the pleasure of knowing him professionally.

Not only was Angelo an accomplished professional, but he also had a strong sense of duty towards his country. He bravely served in the Army in the 130th Infantry Company C IL. His service included active participation as a foot soldier in the liberation of the Philippines during World War II. Angelo's bravery and dedication earned him both the prestigious Bronze Star and the Combat Infantry Badge (CIB) awards. He later became part of the occupation force in Japan.

Angelo's love for his family was at the heart of everything he did. He was a devoted husband to his beloved wife Eileen Pronsolino, whom he married on July 9, 1949. Their union was one built on love, respect, and mutual support. Angelo is also survived by his loving daughter Angela Owens and her husband George, his son David Pronsolino and his wife Marilyn, as well as his son Gary Pronsolino and wife Cindy.

Family meant the world to Angelo, and he took great pride in being involved in community sports. In addition to spending time with loved ones, Angelo enjoyed pursuing hobbies such as hunting, fishing, and tending to his sheep ranch. These passions brought him immense joy throughout his life.

Among Angelo's proudest accomplishments was becoming an American Legion Charter Member of the Anderson Valley American Legion. His dedication to serving his community and fellow veterans was unwavering, and he found immense fulfillment in his involvement with this esteemed organization.

While Angelo's passing leaves a void in the hearts of all who knew him, his memory will continue to live on through his nine grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren. Angelo's legacy of love, strength, and resilience will forever be cherished by those he leaves behind.

In addition to his surviving family members, Angelo is preceded in death by his sisters Josephine, Albina, and Marie, as well as his brother Guido. Their memories will be forever intertwined with Angelo's own journey, and the bonds they shared will always be treasured.

Angelo Ugo Pronsolino was a man of integrity, honor, and compassion. He was dedicated to both his work and his family. His bravery in the face of adversity serves as an inspiration for all who knew him. May we find solace in the memories we shared with Angelo as we celebrate a life well-lived and bid farewell to a remarkable soul.

The family prefers memorial donations to Anderson Valley Clinic, American Legion or Anderson Valley Senior Center.

A memorial will be held at a later date. 

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