Jose Angeles

Jose D Angeles

Saturday, November 29th, 1941 - Saturday, October 31st, 2020
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Dr. Jose D. Angeles

With heavy hearts we say goodbye to Dr. Jose D. Angeles, of Winchester, MA, husband, father, physician, and friend. He passed away on October 31, 2020.

He was the beloved husband of Carolyn (Kjoss) Angeles, his wife of 52 years. The loving father of Alicia and Dennis Clarke of Winchester, Bethany and Kurt Stein of Pennsylvania, Jennifer and Neil Patel of New York. And devoted grandfather to Davis, Brennan, Evan, Camille, Kolby, Sydney and Theo.

Born and educated in the Philippines, Jose came to the United States for medical training at Tufts New England Medical Center and Boston City Hospital. For 40 years, he practiced as an Otolaryngologist at Choate Hospital, Winchester Hospital and Massachusetts Eye and Ear. His work as an ear, nose and throat surgeon gave Jose a deep sense of purpose. His dedication to his patients and medical practice was a true reflection of who he was as a person.

In 1992, the medical residents at Massachusetts Eye and Ear selected Jose for an excellence in teaching award called The Golden Apple. In the dedication, the residents said: “Of all these teachers and friends, one is selected as the recipient of The Golden Apple. This year the choice was unanimous and easily made. He is a sought after on-service attending. He stands out as an unparalleled role model. He is tireless, always in good cheer, interested, knowledgeable and a superb surgeon. Mostly, he provides a moral presence – he has helped us learn how to make the right decisions.” This perfectly captures the lasting impression Jose made on his patients, colleagues, friends and family.

Jose was blessed with good health for most of his 78 years. He frequently visited Barnes & Noble to find a new book on history, politics, or science. He loved a good cup of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee with a cinnamon roll. He spent many summers in Meredith, NH, by Lake Winnipesaukee, with friends from the Grouse Point Club. And in retirement, he traveled to Riviera Maya, Mexico, enjoying days on the beach, strumming his guitar, and relaxing in the warm sun. During his final days, he was cared for in his beloved home in Winchester, surrounded by his loving family, just as he wished.

Jose’s family will hold visiting hours from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 5, at Lane Funeral Home, 760 Main Street, Winchester, MA. Family and friends are respectfully welcomed and must wear masks and practice social distancing due to current COVID-19 guidelines.

Funeral services are private, but will be live streamed at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, November 6. To view the service, please visit

As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be sent to Winchester Hospital, c/o Philanthropy, 41 Highland Avenue, Winchester, MA 01890.

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Gail White

Posted at 10:09am
My deepest condolence to your family on the loss of a excellent doctor that I had the pleasure of working with since 1972 at choate and Winchester hospital. He also continued to provide care to my mother, many surgical procedures for my aunt and myself for years until he retired. He was a gentile and kind man and had a great rapport with all of his patients. He will be so greatly missed. God Bless you and your family.

Judy Knapp

Posted at 10:04am
I am a nurse at urgent care at FMC and have been for over 30 years. Dr. Angeles was such a kind, caring man. He always had a smile on his face and was always willing to come over and consult about a patient. I am so sorry for you loss.
Judy Knapp FMC Urgent Care Wilmington

Elena Mitchell

Posted at 08:03am
I worked with Dr Angeles for many years and was also a patient. He was a kind, caring and dedicated physician. He was a true gentleman! All that knew him and all that were fortunate to be patients were truly blessed. So sorry for your loss at this difficult time

Elena Mitchell, FMC Wilmington

Tim Young

Posted at 07:45am
I know that mom is so happy to see you once again Uncle. I know that mom waited to say goodbye to you and Auntie Carolyn. She couldn't leave this world with seeing you and she did that same night. All our love and prayers to the entire family.

Tim, Emily, Taylor, and Faith

Gretchen Clarke

Posted at 11:40am
We are so fortunate to have had Pong as a member of our family, and to be part of his. Kind, gentle and intelligent are the words that spring to mind first. We have enjoyed so many family celebrations with his company and will always remember his smile, good humor, and lively intellect. We will miss him tremendously. He had a life well lived.
- Gretchen and Doug Clarke

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