I have thought about this all weekend. I learned Friday afternoon of the death of Angela Busi Doe from Herby K's restaurant on Pierre Avenue. That's how most people knew Angela. She was such a friendly and welcoming person anytime you would go into the iconic business.

She was a friend, a volunteer for so many groups and a contributor to so many causes in our community. She was a generous woman to her core.

Her husband, David Doe posted this message:

A memorial will be held at Herby K's next Sunday. Details will follow. If anyone has any thoughts or memories they would like to share, please share those on the Herby K's Facebook Page.

Justin Thomas started a Facebook page to remember Angela. He posted this heartfelt message to share his experiences with her.

When I started Lumberjack Rescue in 2011, one of the first people who called me and offered to help in any way was Angela Busi Doe. Over the 10 years I knew her, she helped us so many times. Whether it was a Fundraiser or just talking to offer moral support, it didn't matter. She was not the kind of person who waited to be asked to help. She just reached out to help. I doubt she weighed 100 pounds soaking wet, but if anything stood in her way of doing something she believed in, she was a giant. And you knew it. She had the kindest heart, of anyone I ever met. She was very proud of her Business and the History. She dearly loved her family. If we learn anything from her untimely passing I hope it is this: NEVER wait to tell someone you love them. Our time here is not guaranteed.

To the Herby K's family and to Angela's family, I will keep you all in my prayers and I urge everyone to do the same.

RIP, my friend.