Remembering Fort Mill Middle School Teacher Angela Limbaugh

FORT MILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – Hearts are heavy at Fort Mill Middle School as they say goodbye to a beloved teacher after a short battle with cancer.

Eighth grade ELA and Social Studies Teacher, Angela Limbaugh, was laid to rest leaving behind a school full of students and co-workers who say she will be missed greatly.

Emily McQuay, Principal at Fort Mill Middle School, says Mrs. Limbaugh was one of the most caring and kind individuals she’s ever met. “She pushed her students, and they flourished because they felt the love and faith she had in them. She secretly bought supplies, food, clothes, and Christmas gifts for her students in need and was a supportive colleague and friend. She was tirelessly committed to her work and her kids, and she will be greatly missed by many.”

Limbaugh is survived by her husband of 41 years, Andrew Limbaugh; her children, twins, Meredith Wilson of Columbia and Hannah Brown of Minot, North Dakota, David Limbaugh of Seattle, Washington, Marie Limbaugh of Fort Mill, and Rachel Parvin of Birmingham, Alabama; her brother, Wayne Self of Anderson; and three grandchildren.

Memorials in memory of Angela may be made to Foundation for Fort Mill Schools, P.O. Box 476, Fort Mill, SC 29716. Donations may be made online at: Foundation For Fort Mill Schools. 

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