Jeffrey Stephen Angelos, 55, after a long battle with diabetes, left this earth to find peace in a better place and succumbed to the disease on September 25, 2021 at Good Samaritan Medical Center with family by his side. Jeffrey, the third son of Beverly (Kaspar) Angelos and the late William J. Angelos, was a lifetime resident of Stoughton. When Jeff was a youngster, he played Stoyac Baseball and Stoughton Ice Hockey. He appeared on TV on mini one-on-one with his hockey team. They earned that privilege because he and his teammates were District Three champs. Jeffrey, nicknamed "ACE", attended Stoughton Public Schools and the Southeastern Regional High School, graduating in 1984. He successfully completed the plumbing course and was also a member of the varsity ice hockey team all through high school.
On September 18th, 1994, Jeffrey married Lisa Rosenberg of Brockton and later became father to his daughter, Tiffany. Jeff worked hard for many years as a plumber in the family's plumbing business, Dinolo & Angelos & Sons, Inc. Jeffrey took karate lessons and was a heavy weightlifter. He also loved to snowmobile in New Hampshire with his family. He enjoyed working on automobiles in his spare time. His favorite was his Mustang that he remodeled. He possessed a gift of gab and had an electrifying smile for everyone. Jeff had a good nature and sense of humor. Everyone loved him. It was a pleasure to know him. Many thanks to all those who prayed for Jeffrey especially Father Rick, chaplain Rachel Treat, Deacon Fred - all members of the Spiritual Development Dept. at the Good Samaritan Medical Center.
Jeffrey will be greatly missed by his wife, Lisa, his daughter Tiffany of North Attleboro and granddaughter Dakota Rose Forshee. His mother, Beverly, brothers- Scott (and his wife Mary) and Mark. Sister, Kimberly Keramati (and husband Shayan) all of Stoughton. He was also loved by his nieces, Jacqueline Angelos-Sweny, Jessica Angelos and nephew, Tristan Keramati, aunts, uncles and cousins and his dog Salara. A Memorial service to celebrate Jeff's life will be held later. Donations can be made to The Joslin Clinic in Boston or a charity of your choice.