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Official Obituary of

Katsu Angel (Agarishinzatogowa) Mouton

November 15, 1938 ~ March 16, 2024 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Katsu Mouton Obituary

Katsu Angel Mouton, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on March 16, 2024, in Lumberton, Mississippi, at the age of 85. Born on November 15, 1938, in Okinawa, Japan, Katsu, affectionately known to all as Angel, was a woman whose life story was a testament to the enduring strength of the human spirit. Angel's early years were marked by profound adversity. She experienced the horrors of war firsthand, which claimed her father's life. By the age of 16, she faced the unimaginable grief of losing both her brother and mother, leaving her orphaned. Yet, even in the darkest of times, Angel's invincible spirit shone through. She worked tirelessly to maintain the family home, turning her hands to sewing, gardening, and restaurant work, all the while embodying a firm positivity. In 1962, Angel's life blossomed when she married her beloved husband, Kenneth. With the birth of their first child, Angel embarked on a new chapter, moving to the United States in 1964. There, she and Kenneth welcomed two more children into their growing family. Angel embraced her role as a wife and mother with unparalleled devotion, becoming the glue that held her family together. Her journey in America was marked by a series of remarkable achievements. She found employment in a beauty salon as a shampoo girl, but her ambition and hard work quickly moved her to ownership of the salon within a year. Her husband's endearing nickname for her, Angel, became known to all, as she embodied the very essence of an angel on earth to those who had the privilege of knowing her. Throughout her life, Angel never ceased to amaze those around her with her capacity for growth and self-improvement. She balanced the life of raising children and running a successful business with her personal aspirations, becoming an American citizen, learning to drive, and continuously striving for betterment for herself and her loved ones. Angel's presence was a gift to all who knew her. She never met a stranger, approaching each person with the same warmth and openness that she extended to her cherished children and grandchildren. Her home was a haven of love and care, and her legacy is one of enduring love and the unbreakable bonds of family. She triumphed over many obstacles in life with extraordinary courage and grace that will live on as an inspiration to many. She is preceded by her parents, Busei and Hatsu Agarishinzatogowa; brother, Suguru Agarishinzatogowa. Left to cherish every memory is her husband of over 61 years, Kenneth Mouton; children, Kenneth (Robin) Mouton, Kathy (Vincent) Nuzzo, Karen Gonzales (Mike); grandchildren, Cameron (Laina) Nuzzo, Donovan Mouton, Avery Mouton, Tyler Nuzzo, Keith Gonzales, Jr. (Adelyn), Kenneth Gonzales, Katelynn Gonzales (Chance); great grandchildren, Izabella Mouton, Axel Mouton, and Skylar Nuzzo; along with many friends and extended family, David (Joyce) Mouton, Carol (Monie) Mouton, Debbie (Larry) Shaw and Barry (Theresa) Dunn. The family is following Angels wishes of cremation and no services will be held at this time.Trinity Funeral Services is honored to serve the Mouton Family and asks that you keep them in your prayers for the days ahead. 

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