"We love you moma, But God love you more! Rest in peace mama. We love and will miss you," Angela captioned the photos.
On Monday, Angela posted her mother's obituary on Instagram and wrote alongside it, "Thank you all for the Messages and prayers."
According to the obituary, Glenda from Hazlehurst, GA, died on Saturday, February 8 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville, FL.
Glenda, born on November 25, 1942 in Okeechobee, FL, was a homemaker and of Baptist faith.
"She is preceded in death by her husband, Marcene Standridge. Survivors include her daughter, Angela Deem, and son-in-law Michael Ilesanmi of Hazlehurst" as well as two sisters, two granddaughters, and six great-grandchildren, reads the obituary.
Visitation and funeral services were held Tuesday, February 11 in the Chapel of Wainright-Parlor Funeral Home. Visitation began at 10AM, followed by the funeral service one hour later.
Glenda's burial took place at Hazlehurst Memorial Cemetery.
Angela appeared very close to her mother, as shown on multiple seasons of the 90 Day Fiance franchise. In fact, Glenda lived with Angela prior to her death.
Prior to the current season, Angela from Georgia and Michael from Nigeria starred on Season 2 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days followed by Season 3 of the TLC spinoff.
Angela, a divorced grandmother, fell hard and fast for Michael, whose formal name is Kehinde Ilesanmi, after they met on Facebook.
Angela and Michael got to know each other over the phone for several months, and then Angela decided to travel to Nigeria to meet Michael in person for the first time -- despite having received warnings from friends and family that he might be scamming her.
Angela did discover some red flags with Michael in Nigeria, but she wanted to give her relationship a chance and needed more time to get to know Michael and his intentions better.
As their romance continued, Angela developed trust issues and constantly accused Michael of lying to her about his social-media activity, partying and other alleged women in his life.
Angela and Michael therefore seemed to fight more than they were happy together, but they always reconciled and resumed their relationship in the face of adversity.
Another point of contention was that Michael's friends didn't approve of Angela, whom they called controlling and trashy, much to Michael's dismay.
The main problem for Angela and Michael, however, is that Michael wants to have a baby so his family name will continue on. Given Angela's age, there isn't much hope she can carry a baby herself.
"I would be lying if I tell her I can be happy without a child," Michael confessed to cameras during the third season of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days.
Regardless, Angela and Michael wanted to get married, so Michael applied for a K-1 visa and went into his interview very prepared and confident.
"If Michael fails this interview, I told him, 'We're probably done'... I don't have the strength. I'm not getting any younger. It's either the K-1 or K-done," Angela told the cameras on 90 Day Fiance's seventh season.
But Michael was ultimately denied the visa, and he and Angela got angry and emotional over the blow to their hearts.
Angela and Michael exchanged professions of love, however, and promised to stay together in these difficult times.
Angela was ready to "fight like hell" to get Michael over to the United States. The main reason she wanted to marry Michael in America was because of her sick mother, whom Angela desperately wanted at her wedding.
After figuring out their options, Angela visited Michael in Nigeria again, and with the support from Michael's family, she came around to the idea of marrying her love in Nigeria so he could obtain a K-3 spousal visa to come to America.
Based on advice from lawyers, a Nigerian wedding would speed the process along rather than submitting an appeal for Michael's K-1 visa denial.
"I came on this trip thinking, 'I am not getting married here in Nigeria,' but I'm going to give it a chance and be open-minded and discuss the spousal visa," Angela said in a confessional.
However, Angela learned she would need a witness at the wedding, and she wasn't sure she could convince a family member to travel to Nigeria with her.
"The compromise me and Michael have come to is plan the wedding here in Nigeria, but if the K-1 letter comes in and it's good news from our lawyer, the Nigerian wedding is off and we're getting married in America," Angela explained. "We're going to do it either way."
To read spoilers on Angela and Michael's relationship and whether Angela agreed to marry in Nigeria, click here.