Agnes (Angie) Rose Tucker was born 03/08/1938. She was the youngest of the three children of Antonino and Rosalia Panzica. Angie was born in Termini Imerese, Sicily, Italy. She emigrated to the United States with her family via Ellis Island to escape World War II.
Angie attended St. Ignatius Grade School and Holy Child Academy. She studied classical ballet and piano. She attended Gonzaga University. Angie also studied oil painting and art.
Early on Angie worked as an executive assistant for various agencies, law firms, and medical clinics. After the birth of her children she worked for a while longer then quit to become a full-time mom.
Angie loved researching and purchasing antiques, working on any number of creative projects that struck her fancy, cooking, travelling, and spending time with her grandchildren.
Lawrence W. Tucker, Jr. (Larry) and Angie were married July 13, 1963. They loved to travel and toured much of the United States by car. They traveled to Europe many times visiting Angie's family and homeland and enjoyed cruises to places like the Caribbean. Larry experienced "The trip of a lifetime" when he leased a cabin cruiser and explored the Alaskan coastline for several months with his friend. His sons and grandson joined him at various points in the journey.