Angie M. Matheny

Born March 29, 1962 in Titusville, Florida
Departed June 20, 2024 in Palm Bay, Florida

Angie M. Matheny, 62, of West Melbourne, Florida went home to the Lord on June 20, 2024 after a battle with cancer.
She was born on March 29, 1962 in Titusville, Florida to Leo J. and Mary E. Spahr Signorello. Survivors include her son, Josh (Jenna); daughters Ginny Blythe, Megan (Scott) Wilson, Olivia Williams; grandchildren Emma, Ethan, Silas, Micah, Titus, Zeke, Angelina, Ava, Lane and Bennett; brothers John, Terrance, Charles Signorello, and their beloved families.
Angie was predeceased by her husband, Marcus, her sister, Kim Harmon, and her son-in-law, Kevin Blythe.
Angie grew up in Illinois and returned to Florida in the early 1980s where she met and married the love of her life, Marcus “Coach” Matheny. Her greatest joy was serving the Lord by loving her children and grandchildren, and pointing all of those around her to Christ.
A Celebration of Life service will be held Sunday, June 30th at 6 pm at First Baptist Church of Melbourne with a dessert reception following.
Friends planning expressions of sympathy are asked to consider the Ecuador Mission Fund at First Baptist Church of Melbourne.
First Baptist Church of Melbourne

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Kip Patchen from Palm Bay wrote on July 5, 2024:
The Lord always needs his best angels! Our paths haven’t crossed in a long time, busy lives I suppose. You had an infectious smile filled with laughter and love. My deepest sympathies to your family. Mark is awaiting to see the love of his life again. RIP Angi fly high with the angels!
Pamela Connor from Melbourne wrote on July 2, 2024:
The most Beautiful Service! I surely felt the presence of our Lord and Savior Jesus. Angie certainly loved and admired her family… and Jesus. Keep her and your Dad’s memory alive. they’re smiling down on you all. Until you see them again may God bring you all peace and understanding. Love, Doug & Pam Connor and Family
Marlisa Miller from Alvaton wrote on June 30, 2024:
Angie was a really good friend back in high school. We played softball and bowled on a team. I'm sure all who knew her loved her. I'm so sorry she has passed.
Jerri Whitlow from Indialantic wrote on June 30, 2024:
Please accept our sympathy . We are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Izabela Kuklinska from Warsaw, Poland wrote on June 30, 2024:
I had the honor and fortune of meeting Angie 30 years ago. I spent several months with her and her Family, with Mark and my beloved Josh, Megan and Olivia. We became friends. Angie was a great FRIEND. Fantastic person, extraordinary mother. We were not given a chance to meet face to face again. I never stopped hoping Angie would come to see us in Poland. Angie, I miss You. iza
Marjorie Salmela from Melbourne wrote on June 30, 2024:
Angie was one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever met. She was very easy to love too. I will never forget when she shared her testimony at FBC Melbourne. She included in her testimony how her husband, Mark, came to know and receive Christ. Coach Matheny was our son’s coach at Eau Galllie High School. I love this couple very much, and their extended family members. I was very sad to learn of Angie’s death, but praise be to God for eternal life through Him, and that we will meet again, forever!
Yoendrys Placeres (Yoey) from Melbourne wrote on June 29, 2024:
Angie was one of my first patients when I started working as a new nurse. She helped so many children and touched so many hearts(mine included)with her kindness and positivity, everyone in the floor loved her and her family. I will always remember the last time I saw her and said goodbye in front of the elevator of the hospital and gave her a big hug. Heaven gained an angel.
Dimarie Perez Collazo from Melbourne wrote on June 29, 2024:
It was a pleasure to take care of you! Some say, us, nurses touch people’s lives and hearts; but you, you touched mine as well. I will always cherish you! May you rest in peace. I love you!
Robin Hilton from Melbourne wrote on June 26, 2024:
I will cherish the time I knew you. Heaven awaits!
Steve & Carolyn Wilson from Melbourne, Florida wrote on June 22, 2024:
As we look at this beautiful picture of Angie, our hearts are broken over the loss of such a dear friend and co-grandparent of the precious Wilson boys, who loved their “Nana” so much. Although we know that we will meet again with our Lord, we will truly miss the sweet fellowship we had together. We will miss her at the boys’ sport games, birthday celebrations, dinners, recitals, and much more. We shared babysitting events and made many memories together with the boys and our combined families. We are especially thankful that we were able to vacation last year to Washington DC with Angie, Megan, Scott, and the 4 boys! We will treasure those memories forever. Angie was such a faithful, dedicated servant of the Lord, so helpful to others, and a person of great faith. We loved her so much!
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