Angela Jean Oehmen, 36 of Wanatah, passed away tragically as a result of a car accident on Tuesday, October 4, 2022. She was born June 17, 1986, in Valparaiso to Raymond and Charlotte (Morgan) Slagle. Angie graduated from Valparaiso High School in 2005 and made her career as a Restorative CNA at Addison Pointe in Chesterton and Valparaiso Care and Rehab. She was an active member at Valparaiso Baptist Church, where she frequently volunteered with projects. Angie was a loving and devoted mother who put her children above all else. Whether it was supporting her children in their sporting activities, volunteering as a Booster Mom, or serving as the “Mom Taxi”, Angie was her kids’ biggest fan. She enjoyed crafting and traveling in her free time. Angie had a bubbly personality and the ability to make anyone laugh. She was a selfless and compassionate woman, with a beautiful heart to serve others. Angie will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered every day.
On June 23, 2004, in Valparaiso, Angie married the love of her life and best friend, Bryant Oehmen, who survives, along with children: Jacob and Abby Oehmen; parents: Raymond and Charlotte Slagle; sister, Ashley Slagle; In-Laws: Robert and Theresa Oehmen; and many loving extended family members and friends. She was preceded in death by her brother, Adam Morgan; cousin, Laura McCubbins; and grandparents: Kathryn and Richard Slagle, and Laura and Robert Morgan, Sr. Her son, Joseph Oehmen, passed away alongside Angie.
A visitation will be held on Monday, October 10, 2022, from 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Valparaiso Baptist Church, 612 Emmettsburg St., Valparaiso, with a memorial service beginning at 7:00 p.m. The family encourages everyone to come as you are or wear a sports jersey, ball cap, or hoodie. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made for the education of Angie’s children. Checks may be made payable to Ashley Medley, please write “Oehmen Family” in the memo line and send to Horizon Bank, 113 W. First St., Wanatah, IN 46390.


Although I was your Aunt for a short time, my heart is hurting right now. Rest in peace Angela and Joey. May the Lord provide strength and comfort during this difficult time.  -Julie Nasserjah 

I can't express how deeply saddened I am about your loss. No words can ever take away the pain and suffering your fault is going through. While I knew Angela for a brief time it was very obvious that she was a devoted mother and wife. I will forever miss hearing her call for her mother at work when they'd be joking around with each other. Charlotte and Ray, you raised a tremendous Daughter who always put others first. To her husband and children. It was very well known how much she loved all of you. Always boasting of her children's successes in anything they put their minds to and how she was one of the few to have married her high school sweetheart. I hope and pray that God's love will help you all through this terrible time.  -Robert Raymond 

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