Todd Angulo

Date of Birth

April 2, 1964

Date of Death

February 28, 2021

Santa Barbara, California- On Sunday, February 28, 2021 Todd Angulo passed away unexpectedly at the age of 56. He was born to Linda and Mel Angulo on April 2nd 1964. He is survived by his wife, Bernadette Angulo, his children, Jonathan (Patty) and George Ramirez (Reina), his parents, Mel and Linda Angulo, his brother Manny Angulo (Carrie), his grandchildren, Annette, Oliver, Raymond, Isabel and Jay, cousins Marie (Dan), and Eileen (Marrisa). Todd went to Washington, La Cumbre, Santa Barbara High School, and Santa Barbara City College for Geology.

Todd became infamous for his Annual Aries Parties, which went on for decades and will be very much missed by all those who attended throughout the years. He was also a huge music aficionado enjoying the sounds of David Bowie, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Bob Marley to name a few. Todd made lasting deep friendships playing in the bands Fallout and Plastic Fish. Todd was an outright stud in his 20’s helping to win the 9 man Kai Elua 1987 Ironman Championship. He worked for the US Postal Service for 35 years, making lifelong friends and meeting the love of his life Bernadette. Todd enjoyed his Mission Canyon route as it provided him with endless spectacular views of Santa Barbara and customers who became friends for many years. Todd loved not necessarily in this order: the love of his life Bernadette, being barefoot, Washington Redskins, his many friends and family, hiking, camping, playing his electric guitar, mountain biking, kayaking, and outrigger canoeing.

A Love Letter to Todd from his dearest Love Pookie (Bernadette):
When we first met at the Post Office I thought you were the funniest guy in the office. Then our lives started, and what we thought was a fling at first turned out to be 30 years of not being able to stay apart from each other. We fell in love and my deep love for you had me following you around like a puppy dog learning new tricks, taking me places that I would probably never visited on my own, Jamaica, Hawaii, Texas, Mexico, San Felipe, New Orleans road trips, Tunnel Trail to Oregon, Yosemite, eloping in 2006 in Reno Nevada, KonTiki (our favorite love nest in Pismo Beach). You raised my two boys like they were your own and also welcomed our first granddaughter Annette (now 21) into our lives at a very young age. Mickey our cat and Sofia our dog who you poured so much love into are going to miss you.

Todd we’ve always loved you and miss you already. A private service will be held March 20, 2021.


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