Angelina Noetzelman

Angelina Noetzelman

Angelina de la Rosa Noetzelman, a cherished soul and a devout Catholic, born on October 5, 1933, gracefully departed this world on May 29, 2024, surrounded by the warmth of her beloved family. She was a beacon of love and kindness, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of all who knew her.

Angelina now reunites with her beloved parents, Jose and Sara de la Rosa, her dear brother Jose de la Rosa Jr., and her loving husband, Arnold. While she may have left this earthly realm, her spirit continues to illuminate the lives of those she touched.

Left behind to treasure her memory are her devoted sisters: Lydia Rodriguez (Alonzo +), Eva Garcia (Alfredo) of Brownsville, Amelia (Eduardo Von Hatten) of Austin, and sister-in-law Frances de la Rosa (Joe de la Rosa Jr.+) of Brownsville, and many other treasured family members and friends. Angelina’s love knew no bounds, extending to her cousins, nieces, nephews, and countless friends whose lives she graced with her warmth and generosity. Her gentle spirit and unwavering compassion will forever resonate in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing her. Angelina’s passing leaves a void in the hearts of those who knew her. She lived a life steeped in resilience, dedication, and a profound connection to both family and community. Following her marriage in 1961, she embarked on a journey of entrepreneurial spirit, co-founding “Angelina’s” restaurant in Alexandria, MN, a cherished establishment that served as a gathering place for countless memories and shared meals.

Her days were often filled with the delicate balance of overseeing business operations, and supporting her husband run a family farm. Her tireless work ethic, coupled with her boundless love for her family, underscored every endeavor she undertook.

In her lifetime, Angelina was a beacon of light, a source of strength, and a symbol of love. As we bid her farewell in this realm, we pray that we can imitate the essence of her kindness and compassion, ensuring that her legacy of love continues to live in and through us.

May her soul find eternal peace, and may her memory be a blessing to us all.

Serving as pallbearers are Javier Garcia, Jaime Garcia, Jose Alfredo Rodriguez Jr., Mario A. Cisneros, Omar Cisneros and Steven Solis Jr. and serving as honorary pallbearers are Romeo Montalvo, Mario Cisneros, Conrad Bodden, Charlie Sanchez, Carlos De La Rosa, and Bob Formi.

Visitation is scheduled from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4, 2024 at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home with recitation of The Holy Rosary at 6:00 p.m. The chapel opens at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 5, 2024 at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home and at 10:00 a.m. a Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with the interment following at 11:00 a.m. at Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens.

Services are under the guidance of Sunset Memorial Funeral Home, Crematory & Flower Shop. 657 Springmart Blvd., Brownsville, Texas. (956) 350-8485

To send flowers or a plant to the family in the memory of Mrs. Angelina Noetzelman, please visit Shalom Sympathy Florals at Sunset Memorial, place your order online at or call (956) 572-3872.


  • Becky Trainor Posted June 3, 2024 6:18 pm

    I worked with Angie at Fleet Farm for many years and enjoyed her friendship! She will be so missed!! Prayers to the family! 🙏

  • Bev Schmidt Posted June 4, 2024 2:55 pm

    Sorry to hear of Angies’s passing. Worked with her at Mills Fleet Farm for many years. She was a great friend , always helpful. Prayers for all of family.

  • Bonnie Beseke Posted June 4, 2024 7:20 pm

    I worked with Angie somewhere and knew her well from fleet Farm. She was such a beautiful person. I will always rember how much she cared for everyone. She was a very delightful person. Prayers to her family. I have spent many hours in Angelinas restaurant.

  • Carmen Dreumont. Posted June 5, 2024 4:49 pm

    I have very fond memories when at guadalupe Church she and her friends were “Hijas de Maria” and in charge of us younger girls . She helped evenings with regar “Paseo de las flores” in May, flower offerings for the Virgin Mary. She made us all feel very welcomed.

    Enjoyed going to see her and Lydia, eating snacks both prepared for us.

    She always exuded happiness and love no mater the occasion. Will miss you terribly my love. May you rest in comfort and peace wherever you are.



  • Anna Wark Posted June 6, 2024 6:05 pm

    Angie was a dear friend and coworker at Fleet Farm. We enjoyed a special friendship and shared many good times.
    I enjoyed her sisters when they came to visit Minnesota. I still enjoy eating at Angelina’s Restaurant..

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