Angele Pintar, Age :94
Nov 24,1925---Oct 12,2020

Angele Pintar, 94, of Lenexa, KS, died peacefully in the loving hands of her two children on Monday, October 12, 2020.  Angele was born November 24, 1925, in Belgrade, Yugoslavia and spent most of her childhood with her older brother Boris in Vitrolles (southern) France.  It was there that she met her forever partner William Pintar of the US military. She was a most loving wife, world traveler and guiding mother. Professionally she was a yearbook layout composer for Intercollegiate Press. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.  Angele is survived by her children; Liliane Pintar, Gilbert (Deborah) Pintar, four grandchildren; Rebecca (Shaun) Anderson, Robert (Jessica) Tipton, Michele (Eric) Souther, Timothy Pintar and five great grandchildren Brendan, Natalie, Piper, Spencer and Bennett. She is also survived by her loving French family sister in-law Mme Mireille Skoritch her daughter Mme Corinne (Georges) Van Der Putten and their son Edouard and his family.


Our dearest Memee brought so much joy to our hearts and has left a marvelous legacy for her family to follow. We will miss her love and laughter, beach visits and Sunday family cuisine. She is now dancing with the angels and her tresor Papa. Due to the current pandemic, private family services will be held. Donations may be made to: and


Nancy Watts Brown Oct 18 ,2020

Seeing your mother’s obituary this morning certainly resonated with me. My mother, Cecyle Watts Holland, is 99 and currently receiving hospice care. I remember your family from the years our fathers worked together at Canteen, and those old-fashioned company picnics. It is truly the end of an era as our mothers pass into the arms of Jesus.

Cecilia Jaggard Oct 18 ,2020

A friend of Liliane’s ,Shawnee ,Kansas

Liliane, so sorry for your loss. Your mom sounds like quite a woman and quite a mother! I’m sure you have many wonderful and proud memories of her. I hope those memories comfort you in the days to come. And I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Your friend, Cecilia Jaggard