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Angela "Angie" Jablonski '91 March 16, 2024 12:05 PM updated: March 16, 2024 12:08 PM

Angela Lynn "Angie" (Caspari) Jablonski 

November 13, 1969 - October 24, 2023 

Angela Lynn Caspari Jablonski lived her life caring for the people, dogs, and cats she loved. She was born November 13, 1969, in Baltimore, Maryland, to Mary Louise Theresa Sartorelli Caspari and Kenneth Lee Caspari, and she died on October 24, 2023, in Plano, Texas, three weeks short of her 54th birthday. As an infant, Angie arrived in this world three weeks earlier than expected and proved herself a fighter. She was a wisp of a child with a mop of blond curls, clear green eyes, and a quick smile. She was her mother’s shadow, the youngest in her family, and could often be found roaming in the company of the family’s large black lab, Pippin. In 1981, Angie’s family moved to Plano, Texas, where she attended Haggard Middle School and Vines High School and developed a surprisingly keen interest in WWE wrestling. Angie soon transferred to Ursuline Academy of Dallas, joined the Rangerettes, and enjoyed lolling about with her beloved rescue dog, Buttercup. Upon graduation from Ursuline in 1987, Angie attended Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. She graduated from A&M in 1991 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing degree. Gig ’em!

In her professional life, Angie grew into a consumer insights executive who had a knack for numbers and data management. The girl knew her way around focus groups and spreadsheets, and she translated corporate visions into actionable, data-driven plans. She was successful at fuzzy-front end and close-in innovation, but we are not sure what that means. Always focused on consumer insights and data analytics, Angie moved from College Station to Houston, Texas, where she worked for Nielsen Marketing Research as a Senior Account Coordinator. In Chicago, Illinois, she worked for Information Resources, Inc. as an Account Management Director and eventually returned to Plano to be near her family. Remaining in the marketing sector, over the years, she worked in management at Frito-Lay, Brinker International, and Dr Pepper Snapple Group.

On November 14, 2001, Angie gave birth to a son, Nathan Lee Jablonski, and on March 25, 2004, she gave birth to her second son, Nicholas James Jablonski. Angie raised these two beautiful boys, and they were truly the joy of her life; she loved them with every ounce of her being, and they carry within them the imprint of her strength and kindness. Through ups and downs, she sustained her family with unwavering love. Angie’s creativity blossomed as she raised her boys into young men. She discovered an interest in jewelry making and watercolor painting and with practice became a talented artist. Her passion for rescue pets continued, and she adopted a steady stream of dogs and cats, who reveled in a toy-filled home replete with tasty snacks. Angie was a committed, loyal, and generous caregiver to her sons, parents, and pets, and with her stellar organizational skills she helped her parents manage their affairs.

Over the span of several years, Angie had multiple neck surgeries and experienced debilitating nerve damage resulting from replaced vertebrae in her neck and supportive rods implanted in her back. She suffered from both physical and mental anguish. In death, Angie is survived by her sons, Nathan and Nicholas; her parents, Mary and Ken; her sister, Pamela Caspari Jordan (husband Darrell Patrick); her brother, Brian John Caspari (wife Jacqueline Michele); her nieces and nephews, Amanda Shea Caspari Craft (husband Bailey Dalton), Christopher McNamara Jordan, Claire Virginia Jordan, and Abigail Rose Caspari; and her dog, Rosie. Although Angie is no longer with us, the echo of her joyful laugh remains in the hearts of those who love her.

The family will hold a celebration of Angie’s life and memorial mass Friday, November 3, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in Plano, Texas. Should you wish to honor the memory of this beautiful woman, the family asks that in lieu of flowers, you please donate in Angie’s name to the Plano Animal Shelter, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, or an organization of your choice. 


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