Angela Dawn (Price) Silkwood of Pocatello, Idaho was born in Boise, Idaho June 10th 1973 daughter of Clifford Lamar Price and Loraine Price died of a heart attack February 22nd 2016 after a long struggle with multiple sclerosis. Angela was 42 years old. Better known as Double-ought or the neighborhood Mom or Angel or Sugar or Garden Gnome. Angela was preceded in death by a brother Darrin Price that died at birth. Family members still living are her parents Clifford Lamar Price and Loraine Price. Siblings are Kenneth Lamar Price, Marla Ann Price ( Kenneth Phillips Price), Monica Loraine (Price)Briscoe( David Neil Briscoe), Ronald Lynn Price ( Ramona Cordova Price), and Mathew Shane Price (Heidi Chei). Also children still living Ryan Daniel Silkwood, Meagan Marie (Silkwood)Bankhead (JJ. Bankhead), Timothy Samuel Silkwood, Naomi May Silkwood. Her grandchildren Ben and Jacoby and Aiden. Angela attended Wellsville Elementary and Bear River High School also Emmett High school. Angela worked at Labor Ready in Ogden Utah and Logan Utah as a manager. She also worked as a cook at the school. Angela worked as a bus driver. She also helped with home nursing care. Angela loved to sing and dance and play the organ. Some of her hobbies were sewing and knitting and drawing. She loves to going swimming, however her greatest passion was her grandchildren. Her favorite food was spaghetti. She loved the trips that she made one to Disneyland with her sister and brother-in-law and also a trip to Hawaii to visit her parents. She loved to go to the zoo with her children. And she loved all of outdoors and animals. Angela had a pony growing up. His name was Shorty. She also had a dog named Hershey she loved. Angela loves country music. Angela was known for her cute little shuffle and she also was known for lots of energy late at night and her cute little jiggle. Angela was famous for her sense of humor and her loving caring way towards everyone. Her children felt she always knew just what to say and that everyone was always welcome in her home. She always looked for the cozy and soft things to wear, anything that was comfortable. Even in the pain that she struggled with, she was always happy and thought of others and was lifting others up. Looking for the good in others was always a characteristic of Angela. Angela will forever be remembered in our lives as our little sister, our wonderful mother, a special person to everyone. She will be greatly missed by all. Funeral services will be held on Monday, February 29 at 11 a.m. in the Downey LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may visit with the family on Monday morning from 9:30-10:45 a.m. prior to the service. Burial will follow in the Paris Cemetery.