Message from John Garcia
June 29, 2020 8:33 PM
It’s a brighter day in heaven now that you are there. God gave you time here to spread your love. As a wife, mother, daughter, niece, cousin, and friend your time in life was short. You gave us joy , laughter, kindness, love, and great memories. I will never forget you. Always in my heart.
A Blooming Plants was ordered on June 29, 2020
A Warm Smile was ordered on June 29, 2020
A Spathiphyllum was ordered on June 29, 2020
A Green Plants was sent by BJ and Vanessa Salyers on June 28, 2020
Message from Cynthia Mitchell
June 27, 2020 10:22 PM
I am so saddened and sorry to hear of Evelyn’s passing. I regret not staying in contact throughout the years, but loved her and always thought she was so sweet. She was my first cousin, as our fathers were brothers. She is the same age as my sister, Julia, who passed away 8 months ago. We all played together as children. ❤️
A Spathiphyllum was sent by Bob and Mary (Widding) & Tom (Lites) on June 27, 2020
Message from Robert and Pam Redinger
June 27, 2020 11:40 AM
Debbie, we were so sorry to hear about your mom. I know how proud she was of you. She dreamed of only the best in life for you and your family. We are praying for all of you at this time and know all of you will have wonderful memories of your mom.
Message from Karen and Jim Hepler
June 27, 2020 11:18 AM
Please know that we are praying for all of you and lifting everyone in prayers of comfort and peace. There are really no ideal words at this time, but we hope and pray that you each know how loved you are and how many of us are here for you!!!
Message from Debbie hunt
June 27, 2020 9:42 AM
I am so sorry for your loss. I have worked with Deb for nearly 10 years and she always spoke so lovingly of her mother. As her mother’s illness worsened, Deb spoke more of the special instances their family shared. She spoke of gardening and wanting to share that interest despite the covid quarantine so the family planted outside her mother’s window in order for Evelyn to watch and enjoy. Deb often mentioned her father’s heroic efforts to keep her mom comfortable in their home. I know she will be sorely missed.