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Angela (Tolliver) Runser
1966 ~ 2023 (age 56) 56 Years Old
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Our beautiful Angela Tolliver Runser was born on October 9, 1966 to the late Gladys Nicholas Tolliver and Lewis Tolliver Sr.. She attended Fluvanna County Public Schools and later went on to obtain her cosmetology license which brought her a successful career. She worked with multiple salons over time gaining experience and eventually opened her own place of business right here in Fluvanna County. Her clientele was diverse and endless, she cared for them so much that she would even travel to homes of the ones who were unable to make it to her. She absolutely loved the art of hairstyling and took pride in her creations. Angela is preceded in death by her husband, Robert Runser. She has two sons, Laraj Thomas Sr. and Jamorris Lewis. Three grandchildren, Chance Thomas-Gerald, Iyani Thomas, and Laraj Thomas Jr.. Three sisters, Velma Tolliver, Vanessa Brice, and Sandy Ross. Four brothers, Earl Nicholas, Gregory Tolliver, the late Louis Tolliver Jr., and the late Leroy Lacy. A devoted aunt Mrs. Eveline Tolliver. Countless nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and loved ones. She loved everyone dearly and would do anything and everything to help anyone. There is an abundant amount of memories given by Angie that will forever live on through her family and friends. She accepted Christ into her life at an early age and spoke The Word heavily, often encouraging others to become one with the Lord. To know her was to love her, she was truly one of a kind!