Angela "Ta’tas’stl’witt" Solomon Martin

November 28, 1955 - May 30, 2020
Bellingham, Washington

Angela "Ta’tas’stl’witt" Solomon Martin

November 28, 1955 - May 30, 2020
Bellingham, Washington


Angela Marie Solomon Martin, age 64, of Bellingham, passed away on May 30, 2020. Angela was born on November 28, 1955 in Bellingham, Washington to Henry and Alice Solomon. A woman her spent her whole life caring for and protecting others; first as an at home caregiver and when she retired as an environmental, indigenous, and human rights activist. She never failed to show her love for her friends, family, and community. We have never met anyone with a more loving heart than her, and she will always be our warrior, caregiver, protector, and a perpetual light in our lives. On her behalf we ask every one of our friends to continue standing up for what is right and showing compassion to others as she always has. We love you so much; your legacy will live on in the changes you’ve helped fight for and the hearts you’ve touched.  Angela is survived by her daughter Rosa Solomon; son Gordon Martin; granddaughter Fern Beach; brother Edward Jones and sister Diane Dixon. There will be an immediate family viewing at Moles Farewell Tributes on Wednesday, June 3.

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10 responses to Angela "Ta’tas’stl’witt" Solomon Martin

  1. I will surely miss you Cuzin Angie. We shared many families information, memories, and cheered each other on …you were an inspiration to me and others. Your laughter, sense of humor, all your food recipes and ideas….I learned so much. Have a safe journey crossing over and til we meet again, ….take care and I am sure all our relatives are awaiting your arrival. Love you much cousin.

  2. Ron Adams says:

    Rest In Heaven beautiful Lady

  3. I’m grateful to have known you. I know that at every vigil, march and oceans edge you will be close by. I carry you in my heart. B

  4. Diana Dixon says:

    Sweet Angie, my baby sister. I love you Sister Cub, always in my heart and always in my prayers. You left me with wonderful memories; the ferris wheel at Mission Beach, the wind storm that blew us over, all the happiness you gave with a smile. I will cherish your memory the rest of my days. I dedicate this song to you. The Wind Beneath My Wings. . . “You, never knew that you’re my Hero, everything I wish I could be. You flew higher than an eagle, you were the wind beneath my wings.. . . . Love, hugs SisterCub. . . . Till we meet again.

  5. My Dear Aunite I will keep your love and kindness in my heart. Love you Gordon and Rosa, wish I could be there for you all.

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