ePodunk - The power of place

San Angelo, Texas

REVIEW
Texas > All counties > Tom Green County > San Angelo City

San Angelo, TX

Contributed by Monumentman, an ePodunk user.

July 6, 2007

 I have been a part of the San Angelo business community since 1978. We have many of the advantages of city living without the traffic jam's. The arts are becoming an important part of our community along with good old West Texas living. San Angelo is a sportsman's dream, hunting, fishing along with any outdoor type recreation one can desire. The cost of living, great weather, award winning schools, shopping and some of the best steaks in the world makes Angelo a great city to work and retire. I'm new at this blogging but from a person who has been in and around Angelo for nearly 30 years I invite all to experience the friendly open arms policy of the San Angelo, Tom Green County people. My wife and I own a monument co. that has been here since 1899 serving most of Texas and were proud to call San Angelo our home town. Graniteman


· Blog about San Angelo
PLACE SEARCH
Community name:

State:


Include former names
Advanced search
Cemetery search
LOCAL GUIDES
More info about San Angelo:
Community profile
Ancestry & family history
Business
Demographics
Disability access
Health
Housing
Political info
Sports & rec
BLOGS & REVIEWS
User blogs
User reviews
Inside ePodunk blog
EPODUNK EXTRAS
Americanisms
Ancestry maps
Claims to fame
Festivals
Imaginary places
Multimedia
Place names
Post cards
Literary quotes
Top 10 lists
FEEDBACK
Send us your corrections and additions

CITIES | COUNTIES | AIRPORTS | CEMETERIES | COLLEGES | LIBRARIES | MUSEUMS | NEWSPAPERS


Powered by ePodunk (tm)
Copyright © 2007 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.

ePodunk is not affiliated with any entity represented in its databases. ePodunk also provides links to Web sites presented by government agencies, newspapers, ski areas, inns and other enterprises. The company is not affiliated with these sites, nor is it responsible for their content.
Post cards are vintage images from the early 1900s. They are not intended to depict current views. ePodunk does not sell electronic or paper copies of post cards appearing on this site, nor does it keep high-resolution copies of these images.