Angie Putman, originally of Fort Pierre, South Dakota, passed peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family, after a brief illness. Angie married Edward Putman, Sr. in 1942 and moved to Bellevue shortly thereafter.She became familiar to many Bellevue residents waitressing at the Riverview Cafe. Angie also accompanied Eddie commercial fishing for many years. Everything Angie did, whether serving at the Riverview, canning vegetables from her and Eddie's garden, or crocheting one of her highly favored scratch pads, was always a blessing to others. No birthday was forgotten, no anniversary overlooked. A handwritten card of congratulations signed - "Mom, Grandma or Great-Grandma", always showed up a week early for every milestone achieved. Generations of little ones will have memories of visiting Grandma Angie for playtime, stories or a song. And the big kids - a card game, a cup of coffee or reminiscing of the good old days.Angie's last week on this earth was a testament to her impact on her family and their love for her. Nearly one hundred family members and close friends were by her side in her final days, breathing in the essence of her love.Angie will be sadly missed by her children Ed, Jr., (Nancy), and Scott (Dorie) Judy (Marv), Diane, Jo (Jim), Paula (Bob) and Gigi (Kevin) and daughter-in-law Helen, four generations of grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, as well as many friends.